Kaitlin Schroeder, Dayton Daily News

Kaitlin Schroeder

Dayton Daily News

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Recent articles by Kaitlin:

Local governments set up systems for opioid settlement money

Ohio and the opioid distributors had struck a $808 million settlement in 2021. → Read More

More new Ohio moms can get Medicaid coverage for a year postpartum

About half of births in Ohio are covered by Medicaid. → Read More

Counties concerned, frustrated about estimated cost of extra primary

Ohio legislative races are not on the current primary ballot, because new maps aren't drawn yet. → Read More

Big COVID testing sites to close amid decreased demand

The drive-thru COVID-19 testing site at Atrium Medical Center will be open for the last time Saturday due to declining demand. CompuNet will expand testing at several sites, including in West Chester Twp. and Lebanon. → Read More

Pungent, blooming tree to be banned in Ohio next year

The prolific trees are an invasive species and have been crowding out native plants. → Read More

Dayton health center to get major expansion

The center is home to Kettering Health Dayton’s osteopathic family medicine residency. → Read More

Massive setup underway for new 988 suicide hotline

The easier to remember number should save lies, experts say. But first, infrastructure needs to get in place. → Read More

Massive setup underway for new 988 suicide hotline

The easier to remember number should save lies, experts say. But first, infrastructure needs to get in place. → Read More

Medical students learn their future at Wright State Match Day 2022

There were 118 Wright State students who matched into a medical residency Friday. → Read More

Montgomery County lab moving to downtown Dayton

The move makes financial sense and will be a convenient location. → Read More

Sharing leftover cancer drugs helps some patients afford meds

Cancer drug costs are high, but some leftovers go to waste. This new program could help. → Read More

CareSource wins Indiana Medicaid bid

CareSource was again awarded its contract to keep managing Indiana Medicaid plans. → Read More

Sharing leftover cancer drugs helps some patients afford meds

Cancer drug costs are high, but some leftovers go to waste. This new program could help. → Read More

Online tool lets public explore Miami Valley health, income, education data

People can sort through data and use interactive maps and infographics. → Read More

Judge grants Dayton abortion clinic’s request to temporarily block rule enforcement

The state is temporarily blocked from enforcing a law that could potentially close the Dayton-area abortion clinic. → Read More

Judge grants Dayton abortion clinic’s request to temporarily block rule enforcement

The state is temporarily blocked from enforcing a law that could potentially close the Dayton-area abortion clinic. → Read More

Local chef, Dayton leaders say restaurant traffic increasing

With COVID cases down, restaurant diners are coming back. → Read More

Ronald McDonald House is short on space, fundraising for new building

Some families are being turned away because there aren't enough rooms. → Read More

Family caregivers can get help making a plan

It can be tough to make a plan with family on how to care for a loved one, but this family meeting guide can help. → Read More

CareSource nears downtown return to office work

After pandemic delays, the health insurer said employees will soon be returning to downtown Dayton offices. → Read More