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The News Outlet and The Akron Beacon Journal team up for Columbus Exchange: Politics in Question – a periodic feature that asks Ohio state legislators one question on a topic of current interest. The first question, asking who owns charter school assets, was given to 77 legislators and candidates in Northeast Ohio.
The Drug Enforcement Administration is tightening rules for doctors and patients regarding hydrocodone-based medicines, such as Vicodin and Norco.
As more parents and school officials become aware of concussion safety, the more athletic trainers can be seen on sidelines at sporting events.
Suzanne Wilcox of Hubbard will tell you head injuries are nothing to scoff at. She should know. She was sent to two hospitals after a riding accident that resulted in a month of rehabilitation and a continuing battle to overcome mental fears.
At 18, Steven D. Novicky was well on his way to playing college football. Then a freak accident changed the course of his life forever. He hurt his back while bending to pick up a football after practice. That injury set him on a path leading to the creation of a device to prevent head injuries in football players.