Anne Saker, Enquirer

Anne Saker

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Cincinnati, OH, United States

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Recent articles by Anne:

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

COVID-19: Less masking may mean 'twindemic' with flu in Cincinnati region

The concern comes as the region's roughly 500 intensive care beds once again are 100% full. → Read More

UC Medical Center is getting a bigger ER. Here are five things to know about the project

A four-story expansion will remake the emergency department, which hasn't been upgraded in 30 years. A second building will hold eight operating rooms. → Read More

Now that COVID-19 vaccine booster is approved, do Ohio, Cincinnati have a rollout plan?

Complete plans on how boosters will roll out in Ohio and in the Cincinnati region remain unfinalized, although some details are available. → Read More

Cincinnati area hospitals boost security against 'violence, vile words,' key leader says

A key leader at the region's hospital trade group wouldn't say which hospitals were involved or what new security steps were being taken. → Read More

Inspired by one brief life, Cincinnati group helps families with the sickest children

"They ask you what you need and how they can help, and if you can’t think of something, they’ll help you think of something.” → Read More

The September 11 attacks' freedom garden in Cincinnati that you didn’t know existed

The Liberty Garden thrives, a space to dwell not only in the day of 9/11 but in the resulting complexities, of who we were then, of who we are now. → Read More

We had an easy flu season last year. Do we now face an 'immunity debt'?

'No matter what, there will be a flu season, and we should prepare as we always have for that,' says Cincinnati Children's infectious disease doctor → Read More

What it means when UCMC is 'at capacity': You can still go there, but you'll wait longer

Last Wednesday was the third time in a month that UCMC, the area's only Level 1 trauma center, had to limit the kinds of patients it could take. → Read More

COVID-19: Ohio cases hit 7-month high; health leaders sound alarm for action

As one Columbus hospital system delays surgeries, Cincinnati hospitals say their staffs are feeling the stress of higher patient numbers. → Read More

Your boss may order a COVID-19 vaccine for your job: What to know about employer mandates

No, you can't quit over a mandate and receive unemployment benefits, in general → Read More

Cincinnati hand surgeon operates on his own hand; procedure a success, patient in good spirits

'All day long, I’m trying to convince people they don’t need surgery.' Dr. Mohab Foad says, but a friend counseled he needs to be healthy, too → Read More

Cincinnati area hospitals to talk about delta variant here

The event occurs as hospitals across Ohio are issuing vaccination mandates to employees. Cincinnati-area hospitals have not imposed that requirement yet, → Read More

Cincinnati area hospitals waiting to require workers to be vaccinated

The Ohio Hospital Association is recommending its members require COVID-19 vaccination among staff. So far, Cincinnati area hospitals aren't. → Read More

'Courageous' Simone Biles eases stigma for everyone, local mental health experts say

Other young well-knowns have spoken this year about the psychological hazards of life powered by high expectations. → Read More