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It was a day like any other for Matthew Treglia and his 12-year-old daughter. While riding to school, she noticed a box sitting between them. “Daddy, what’s in the box?” she asked. Treglia opened the box, pulled out the contents he would use later that day in an anti-drug presentation he was… More >>Resurgent Opioid Crisis Increases Importance of West Central Ohio Crime Task Force

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Every year, according to the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, one in four Americans aged 65 and over, falls. Unfortunately, one tumble or misstep might lead to an emergency room visit where, sadly, every 19 minutes an older adult dies from their injuries. More >>5 Steps For Preventing Falls

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When you or your loved one are diagnosed with a medical condition such as cancer, heart disease or Parkinson’s, there is a lot to deal with, including multiple doctors’ appointments, medical treatments, and pain management. Wouldn’t it be great to have one dependable medical team in your cor… More >>Putnam County HomeCare & Hospice’s Palliative Care can help anyone with a chronic life-altering illness

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It freezes and thaws, it expands and contracts, and if not mixed correctly it will first develop small cracks and later begin to fall apart. Concrete is everywhere — in the buildings we work in, in the bridges we drive over, in the sidewalks under our feet. And for all its firmness, it can be a delicate creature, demanding the right levels of knowledge and expertise to keep it stable and strong. More >>Ensuring Quality Control: Rhodes State Grads Keep Concrete Industry on Solid Ground