PNS Daily Newscast - July 9, 2020 

VP Pence backs Trump on getting kids back to school as U.S. coronavirus top 3 million: state lawmakers call for a "just" economic recovery.

2020Talks - July 9, 2020 

The Green Party nominating convention begins today. The Supreme Court is making its final rulings this week; today, they rule on whether Trump's tax returns will be released.

Public News Service - OH: Women's

CINCINNATI - Stemming the epidemic of childhood obesity is no easy task, but some experts say early intervention is a good place to start. Ohio now ranks 15th in the country for having the highest rate of obese children, a rate that has tripled over the past 25 years. Physician Meg Zeller, associa

COLUMBUS, Ohio - In Ohio and across the country, far more men have lost jobs during the current recession than have women, and that's reversing the role of family breadwinner in some homes. Dr. Ira Wolfe, a work force trends expert and author of the book, "The Perfect Labor Storm," says we're now s

Columbus, OH – During tough economic times, money can become scarce for public health programs, even when they can show and quantify positive results. That's why work is underway in Ohio to maintain state funding for "Help Me Grow," the system that supports nurses' home visitation for at-risk

Columbus, OH – It's National Colorectal Cancer Awareness Month, and more than 130 volunteers are gathered in Columbus today to spread an important message - that more Ohioans should have life-saving colorectal cancer screenings, and they would if their health insurance policies covered the pro

Columbus, OH - With federal funds shrinking, many social advocacy groups are looking to lawmakers for innovative ways to stem cuts to important programs in the coming year. When Congress reconvenes next week to finalize the 2009 budget, some suggest priorities should focus on ways to stop robbing on

Columbus, OH - It's report card time for Ohio's babies. An Annie E. Casey Foundation study released today tracks statistics related to the health of infants and finds 97 percent of Ohio moms get timely prenatal care. Ohio Kids Count project director Barbara Turpin says that improves the likelihood o

Columbus, OH - Women across Ohio are being encouraged to "GO RUN" - for political office. The White House Project, a nonprofit women's political support group, is holding a three-day workshop to do just that, starting today in Columbus. Even with high profile names like Hillary Clinton, Nancy Pelos

Columbus, OH – Most Ohio baby boomers are not prepared to care for their aging parents, according to a new survey from the American Association of Retired Persons. The national AARP survey finds that, while more families are talking about living arrangements for aging parents, only 40 percent

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