A new report by the Ohio Health Department reveals that the infant mortality rate rose slightly in 2016 when compared to the previous year. In 2016, 1,024 babies died within their first year of life: That’s 19 more than in 2015. Continue reading “The Rise In Infant Mortality Rate In Ohio”
In recent months, several tragedies claimed countless lives and caused devastating consequences for hundreds of thousands of victims. For the individuals and families affected by these catastrophic events, the long road to recovery is just beginning. Read on to learn how you can lend a hand to those in need. Continue reading “Lend a helping hand: how you can support victims of recent tragedies”
If you have run a credit report in the past in the U.S., there is a chance that your information may have been exposed during the Equifax data breach. Up to 143 million Americans have been affected.
Distracted driving is a threat to all motorists. In Ohio, distracted driving caused or contributed to 14,000 accidents in 2016. But despite the known dangers, many people continue to use a phone and otherwise multitask while they are driving.
Amendments to Michael Louis Palumbo, Jr. Act go into effect
As of Sept. 29, an Ohio law honoring a local hero has been expanded to allow firefighters diagnosed with cancer to collect compensation for working wage loss. Continue reading “Ohio law expands to allow firefighters to collect working wage loss for cancer”