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A central Ohio day care worker sprinkled drugs on snacks to get children in her day care to sleep during the day, according to police charges filed Monday that the woman adamantly denies as a misunderstood joke.
A central Ohio day care worker has been accused of sprinkling drugs on snacks to get children to go to sleep.
If any of my neighbors had seen me ironing my daughter's mattress while wearing a blue shower cap, they undoubtedly would have thought I was nuts.
The headquarters building of Johnson & Johnson stands in New Brunswick in this 2009 file photo.
Eventually he was diagnosed with familial cardiomyopathy, and was told he would need a heart transplant to survive.
Her cystic fibrosis was threatening her life, and her case spurred a debate on how to allocate donor organs.
Women with a heightened risk of breast cancer could benefit from being screened for the disease at a younger age, research suggests.
Pacific Gas & Electric spokesman J.D. Guidi said the leak was caused when a construction crew struck a gas main in the city's South of Market neighborhood early Sunday afternoon.
On July 1, the agency will join the ranks of other hospitals in the region that beat the Medicare payment penalty clock by switching to an electronic records system before 2015.
Steven's father had been diagnosed with cancer. The doctors didn't think he would make it.