Meet artist Amanda Louise Spayd, a sculptor who crafts endearing doll sized creatures.
Gov. John Kasich has filed paperwork with the federal government to require insurers cover autism treatment for Ohio children.
Some Ohio businesses are pinning their hopes to a new federal program that matches companies with potential partners overseas.
The fight against the emerald ash borer in the Midwest is nearing its 10th anniversary. Scientists and tree experts have tried many ways to stop the infestation. But it has spread from Southern Michigan throughout Ohio, threatening the state’s 4 billion ash trees. WOSU has an update on the fight and possible signs of hope.
There’s one thing all Americans share at birth. It’s the experience of having a heel stick, a jab that draws blood used for all types of screening. How much can doctors learn from a few drops of blood squeezed from the heel?
Researchers say a drug already approved to treat lymphoma has shown an ability to remove the plague associated with Alzheimer’s disease.
A new report says the state should transfer mentally ill juvenile inmates to psychiatric facilities as soon as possible and find money for treatment.
Every few months, there’s a new proposal in the Ohio legislature to crack down on sex offenders who’ve already served their prison time. One idea is to require them to use special green license plates on their cars. Another idea is to force them to live in treatment centers. The latest idea is to make it a crime for them to be in schools.
It’s been called Return of the Green Slime. Gobs of algae have become more abundant over the past ten years in the Great Lakes, and especially in Lake Erie. But these algal blooms aren’t just a nuisance. They disrupt the ecosystem, hurt local economies, and can pose a serious health risk.