A new report shows that one of the biggest health concerns in Ohio is the smoking rate, and if Ohio could cut it down many lives and millions of dollars in healthcare costs could be saved.
The report found that 22 percent of Ohio residents are smokers, ranking Ohio at 43rd in the country, and 1 in 10 children live in a home with tobacco users, ranking Ohio 49th in the country. Today we'll discuss smoking in Ohio, wellbeing in the workplace, and diaper health and accessibility.
- Micah Berman, Assistant Professor, Health Services Management & Policy in the College of Public Health at Ohio State University
- Amy Bush Stevens, Vice President, Prevention and Public Health Policy at the Health Policy Institute of Ohio
- Kenton Beachy, executive director, Mental Health America of Franklin County
- Catie Mehl, owner, Columbus Birth & Parenting