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Terry DeMio


Loveland, OH, United States

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Recent articles by Terry:

What some black parents tell their children to keep them alive

'To have him learn that being a young black man could be detrimental to his life," one mother said, "that's a hard conversation.' → Read More

Coroner investigates: Has a new designer opioid caused overdose deaths in Hamilton County?

The new opioid isn't a kind of fentanyl. It's never been detected here. But the Hamilton County coroner plans to test for it soon. → Read More

What happens when an ongoing epidemic collides with a pandemic? Some who want to get well falter

An epidemic that was difficult for most people to appreciate is now an epidemic that's in hiding → Read More

'I wasn't hesitant a bit to try it.' He's alive after plasma treatment for COVID-19

He was admitted the day the clinical trial started, his health failing, and walked out a week later, free of COVID-19, after a convalescent plasma infusion. → Read More

Ask sick kids what zoo animals can do for them. The answer: Plenty

A Cincinnati Zoo program to bring seriously ill kids together with animals seems to boost fthe kids' emotional health and physical well-being. → Read More

Coronavirus in Ohio: Making African Americans aware of health risks as local cases rise

The heavier impact of COVID-19 on communities of color pushed Cincinnati leaders to step up education about social distancing and other defenses. → Read More

Cincinnati agents for U.S. Customs, Border Protection seize 2,000 counterfeit 3M masks at DHL

The masks were destined for Austin, Texas but intercepted by Cincinnati agents. → Read More

Hamilton County overdose death spike prompts alert. Officials say surge may be side effect of COVID-19

Officials say they think people with addiction might be struggling with the isolation caused by the novel coronavirus. → Read More

Behind the ventilator: Specialists provide breaths for COVID-19 patients

'I have not spoken to one respiratory therapist who has said they would rather be somewhere else.' → Read More

Hospitals won't say how many of their workers are sick with COVID-19

More than 1,000 health care workers in Ohio have tested positive for the coronavirus, but state and local officials won't say where they work. → Read More

COVID-19: New details on how Duke Energy Convention Center could be used as a hospital

"It will only be used if we actually need it," said a Health Collaborative spokeswoman "Right now, our hospitals are at a good capacity." → Read More

MDs at Christ Hospital, Hoxworth doctor study new treatment for sickest COVID-19 patients

Two Cincinnati area doctors are working on a plan to provide plasma from recovered COVID-19 patients to help heal others. → Read More

Unions worry over essential workers' safety as COVID-19 hits members

The Ohio AFL-CIO president says the U.S. federal government was unprepared, and now workers are suffering. → Read More

Heart Land: Saving scrubs, Cincinnati area doctor has locally owned business make 'COVID-19 Warrior' shirts

The COVID-19 Warrior shirts helps doc's office save on scrubs, employs local business that in turn pays it forward. → Read More

Hamilton County health lists COVID-19 cases by ZIP code

A map on the county health department site shows that the area with the highest number of cases appears to be Springfield Townhip. → Read More

Cincinnati Children's Hospital employees test positive for COVID-19

The hospital is investigating the cases of COVID-19 but would not specify the roles of the employees who acquired it. → Read More

'Scariest thing I've seen': NKY woman recounts hospital experience for non-COVID-19 emergency

"I am begging people to stay home so you never have to experience what I've been through," says woman with husband who had a non-COVID-19 emergency. → Read More

COVID-19 toll: Are people being tested after suspicious deaths?

Hamilton County Coroner Dr. Lakshmi Sammarco would like to have tests for those who've died at home. → Read More

'We are learning things minute by minute': First responders face new world with COVID-19

'When you pull up to a house for a fall and have an N95 mask and goggles, it's scary for people," says one Northern Kentucky paramedic. → Read More

COVID-19 team at St. Elizabeth: 'Once we got called in, we would be here to stay'

'Everyone is committed to these patients,' says Lee Ann Ernst, coordinator of St. Elizbeth's response team. 'It's what we believe in.' → Read More