Anne Saker, Enquirer

Anne Saker


Cincinnati, OH, United States

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Past articles by Anne:

Your doctor's prescription for a healthy 2022: Stop delaying health care

If you've been putting off seeing a physician because of the pandemic, Cincinnati-area doctors urge you to make a new year's resolution to do so. → Read More

How Santa Claus visits the patients at Cincinnati Children's Hospital Medical Center

His audience loves his routine, which includes a report on mischievous elves at the North Pole eating their face masks made of chocolate. → Read More

Flu season and COVID-19 are adding to stresses at Cincinnati Children's

Ohio’s most recent weekly flu report finds that while still low compared to 2020 and 2019, hospitalizations had jumped more than 20% in a week. → Read More

Cincinnati area hospitals, already full, facing 'dire situation' ahead of holidays

If our already overcrowded hospitals get more patients due to COVID-19 and the flu, some elective surgeries may be deferred to save bed space. → Read More

COVID-19: In Hamilton County, hospitalizations rise again and officials plead anew for vaccination

The omicron variant hasn't been detected in Greater Cincinnati yet. It's the delta version causing a rise in case counts and hospitalizations. → Read More

COVID-19 in Ohio: What we know so far about the newest 'variant of concern,' called omicron

The omicron variant was detected Nov. 9 in South Africa and has spread rapidly enough for new travel bans in an effort to control the contagion. → Read More

Anxiety drove a Kings Mills woman to live outside for 5 months. Now she is urging others to get help, too.

'Anxiety made me think I was doing something right, and I wasn’t,' says Amy Miller, who spent 5 months living outside her Kings MIlls house last winter. → Read More

Watch live: Enquirer hosts conversation on domestic violence

The Enquirer hosts a Facebook Live event to discuss adverse childhood experiences and violence prevention to bring down the rate of domestic violence → Read More

Coroner's office: One of three Jane Does has been identified

The body of a woman found on Eslin Street in University Heights was identified but information is still sought on two other Jane Does. → Read More

Who are the 3 women whose bodies were found in Hamilton County? Authorities ask for help

None of the bodies carried identification or mobile phones, and exhaustive investigation of other clues has not yet found names for the Jane Does. → Read More

Leadership shifts again at Cincinnati Children's, UC Health doctor returning as COO

Dr. Evaline Alessandrini will be Cincinnati Children’s next operating boss, shouldering the task that opened when Dr. Steve Davis rose to CEO → Read More

Leadership shifts again at Cincinnati Children's, UC Health doctor returning as COO

Dr. Evaline Alessandrini will be Cincinnati Children’s next operating boss, shouldering the task that opened when Dr. Steve Davis rose to CEO → Read More

COVID-19: As fourth surge ebbs, Ohio health officials feel relief but worry winter is near

Vaccinating younger children will close an access gate for the virus to spread, offering hope of further flattening the pandemic. → Read More

Multiple myeloma: Hope that Colin Powell's death will encourage vaccination in Cincinnati

For a Silverton woman, what’s at stake in living with the blood cancer multiple myeloma amid the new coronavirus pandemic: 'hope they're vaccinated' → Read More

Ex-Bengals Anthony Muñoz, Solomon Wilcots want you to get vaccinated against COVID-19

"I'm not an expert on medicine," says Hall of Famer Muñoz, but, "My message is pretty clear. Educate yourself, and you make the decision." → Read More

Women of the Year 2021: Deborah Hayes, chief executive officer, Christ Hospital Health Network

In more than 30 years as a nurse, information scientist and operations boss, Hayes has touched nearly every corner of the 132-year-old hospital. → Read More

COVID-19: 'Long way to go' in Hamilton County, but fourth surge looks to be ebbing

Eight library branches have restocked free coronavirus rapid test kits: Anderson Covedale, downtown, Groesbeck, Harrison, Reading, Symmes Township. → Read More

Domestic violence: Murders in Ohio up 62% through the pandemic; record 15 children killed

At least 20 perpetrators had previous arrests or convictions for domestic violence. Two offenders were under court order to stay away from victims. → Read More

Mercy Health-Clermont responds with 'Code SOS' to stop violence in emergency department

A "significant staff assault" in June got Mercy Health-Clermont to develop a way to get ahead of a patient's agitation before it turns violent. → Read More

Cincinnati Childrens' new $600 million critical care tower: Five things to know

The $600 million expansion adds 249 beds and triples the emergency department. It's the region's biggest building project since Paul Brown Stadium. → Read More