WCPO: Study Finds Racial Disparities In Dementia Treatment
A report from the Alzheimer's Association says 66% of Black Americans believe it's harder for them to get excellent care.
If your spouse has high blood pressure you probably do too, study says
High blood pressure affects over 122 million people, nearly half of Americans aged 20 and older, and the majority don't know it.
FDA inspecting plant in Ecuador that made lead-tainted fruit pouches
The agency said health officials in Ecuador found that cinnamon from Austrofood's supplier had higher levels of lead than the country allows.
Concerns rise as pediatric pneumonia cases surge in Ohio and abroad
Health officials clarify that the U.S. outbreak is not linked to China, suggesting that Mycoplasma is not spreading between countries.
US considers program to hunt owls to protect other owls
U.S. officials are considering issuing hunting permits to help limit the West Coast population of invasive barred owls.
Woman arrested after pouring gas onto childhood home of MLK Jr.
Good Samaritans caught the woman allegedly pouring gasoline onto the home and attempting to ignite it with a lighter.
Derek Hough reveals wife had to undergo emergency brain surgery
Hayley Erbert, 27, was diagnosed with a cranial hematoma, her husband said in a post on Instagram.