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Larry Davis at his drawing desk and card at right.
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WOSU's Letters from Home collects stories about day-to-day lives during the coronavirus pandemic. This week, we heard from Ohioans who shared their experiences and stories.

Erica Watkins is now a regular at TITLE Boxing Club in Indianapolis.
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It’s a Friday evening and a dozen or so people – men, women, teenagers, little kids – are gathered at TITLE Boxing Club. It’s an upscale boxing studio near a largely vacant shopping mall on Indianapolis' north side.

Wellness Wednesday: AI & Healthcare

Oct 30, 2019

Artificial intelligence could transform the healthcare industry, addressing issues as disparate as physician burnout and underserved rural medicine. AI also could change the approach from curing diseases to staying healthy.

Without public trust, however, AI can’t help.

Today on Wellness Wednesday on All Sides with Ann Fisher: The role of artificial intelligence in healthcare, and more.

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The last few weeks have been difficult for first responders around Cincinnati. Five local law enforcement officers have died. A Clermont County sheriff's detective will be laid to rest Friday. Bill Brewer was killed last weekend in a Pierce Township standoff.

Wellness Wednesday: Rising Cost Of Insulin

Feb 6, 2019
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The cost of insulin for Type 1 diabetes nearly doubled over the past five years in the United States.  That’s according to a recent report from the Health Care Cost Institute. Those costs are compounded by the multiple vials that diabetics need to survive each month Today on All Sides Wellness Wednesday, rising insulin prices and more.