Terry DeMio, Enquirer

Terry DeMio


Loveland, OH, United States

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Recent articles by Terry:

'It's a huge, huge problem': Moms in urban neighborhoods hunt for baby formula solutions

Agencies helping moms and babies are calling the formula shortage a crisis for women of lower income, Black, Latino people and donations are welcome. → Read More

From alarm to shock to hope and a new normal: Family battles toddler's rare disease

Cincinnati Children's used gene sequencing and learned this toddler had a disease so rare that only 31 people in the world had been diagnosed with it. → Read More

Opioid epidemic's frontline workers to join Mount Washington Drug Take Back Day

You can get Narcan to add to your first- aid kit or chat with harm-reduction workers at Mount Washington's Drug Take Back Day event. → Read More

More doctors charged with illegally prescribing pain pills in multistate effort by feds

Federal authorities have now charged about 100 medical professionals in multiple states, including Ohio and Kentucky. → Read More

Impacting lives 'cradle to grave,' Dr. O'dell Owens wins Red Cross humanitarian award

Making a difference with and without his stethoscope, Dr. O'dell Owens will be given the first Clara Barton humanitarian service award in the region. → Read More

'A really scary moment': Young people's overdose deaths jumped in 2020, so, what now?

Opioid deaths 2021: More than a million years in family, work, community life were lost for the young who died from drug overdose in five years. → Read More

As region lags in COVID-19 vaccines, should you, older family members get a second booster?

A handful of local counties have low rates of boosters even as there's a chance for a second for some. We got advice: how, whether, where to do it. → Read More

Recovery center leader who created Black Support Group, AfterWars for veterans dies

Roger Zellars, who led men into sobriety with his work at Prospect House in East Price Hill, was in recovery for more than 38 years when he died. → Read More

Doctor-lawyer advocacy gives Cincinnati area kids better health outcomes, study shows

The advocates take on poor housing conditions, special needs in schools, evictions that leave kids homeless and more to help children's health. → Read More

Russia's war on Ukraine hits home for Northern Kentucky police who trained officers there

Retired Northern Kentucky police chiefs Mike Ward and Bryan Carter taught 400 officers in Ukraine. Now they watch for officers' texts and hope for peace. → Read More

The COVID-19 virus isn't gone, but rules have been relaxed. So, doc, what do I do now?

Local physicians are more relaxed about what they or their families would do in the face of the pandemic. An exception: They still favor vaccinations. → Read More

Pandemic isolation left young children behind on social skills. How one Cincinnati provider is catching them up

The emotional weight of the novel coronavirus pandemic has hit children hard. Best Point is treating more kids with behavioral health therapy needs. → Read More

HIV testing bolstered, syringe exchange encouraged as Butler County sees cluster of cases

HIV new case numbers are low, but the percentage increase is great and requires a public health response, the Butler County health commissioner said. → Read More

'She was so brave': Woman who survived domestic violence shooting by estranged husband dies

Alisha Waters, rendered quadriplegic by shooting in 2013, fought for domestic violence laws in Kentucky; called an "angel" by officer who found her. → Read More

Poison centers in U.S., Ohio sound alarm on chemical in some COVID-19 at-home tests

Cincinnati Children's Poison and Drug Information Center sees toxicity in children and adults, offers safety tips for families. → Read More

Chronic pain: Would changes in prescribing CDC guidelines help those who have it?

"I have tried just about any alternative to treating my pain, especially since 2016," says a Fort Thomas woman who suffers from chronic pain. → Read More

Reaching out: Cincinnati Children's, city schools bring vaccines to diverse neighborhood

Cincinnati Children's, CPS are coordinating elementary school-based vaccine clinics. First up: Rees Price Academy in East Price Hill. → Read More

Will Pfefferman, who spent years aiding other NKY residents with addiction, dead at age 56

Will Pfefferman's death jarred others in recovery. "I’m scared," said a friend. “For him to fall, it’s so powerful. I am afraid for everybody.” → Read More

Cincinnati area hospitals reschedule surgeries delayed by COVID-19 as omicron wave wanes

One in four people in the Cincinnati region's 40 hospitals continues to be positive for COVID-19. The rate of new cases has been cut in half in a week. → Read More

What is thirdhand smoke? Cincinnati Children's study finds children may be at risk from it

Even researchers were surprised to find that many children of nonsmokers had nicotine particles on their hands. Nicotine brings health problems. → Read More