Meet artist Amanda Louise Spayd, a sculptor who crafts endearing doll sized creatures.
Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney made three Ohio campaign stops Tuesday. In a mid-afternoon address in Zanesville, the presumptive GOP nominee fired up a friendly crowd in a speech that lasted just 13 minutes.
Ohio’s plan to streamline medical care for some of the state’s sickest, most expensive and difficult to treat patients includes changes designed to eliminate unnecessary tests, prevent medication errors and keep patients healthier and out of emergency rooms.
President Obama has proposed a plan to cut into the nation’s budget deficit. It includes a mix of tax increases on the wealthy and cuts to popular programs. What is the correct balance between tax increases and spending cuts? Is it two dollars in cuts for every dollar tax increase? Ten dollars in cuts for every dollar in tax hikes?
A group of Central Ohio Seniors got good news from their Washington representatives Monday – news about changes in Medicare. But some say those changes will not benefit them in the long run.
When the new Medicare prescription drug plan went into effect January 1st, pharmacists were on the front lines of battle. They faced confused consumers and, at times, simply gave those customers the medication they needed free of charge. WOSU’s Christina Morgan reports two local pharmacists say the early confusion is beginning to clear, but it’s been a bumpy several weeks.
Some question whether the new Medicare Prescription drug plan is a benefit or a liability. Those familiar with Plan D see potential for good, but for many others, it remains a mystery. WOSU’s Christina Morgan looks at the plans impact on seniors.
WOSU News has looked at Medicare’s massive new prescription drug plan this week and found that while the adjustment period has been a rough one, Plan D has the potential to help many older Ohioans cope with the cost of medications. But with prescription drugs, cost is only one factor to consider.
The new Medicare drug card program has generated controversy and confusion. Monday federal officials tried to limit both as they held a forum for seniors at Ohio State University.