The Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS) released its draft decision on coverage for monoclonal antibodies targeting amyloid for the treatment of Alzheimer’s disease. As you’ll recall, the first of these treatments — aducanumab or Aduhuelm — was approved by the FDA last June. A press release from CMS regarding today’s draft decision can be found here. Today’s announcement from CMS is shocking discrimination against everyone with Alzheimer’s disease, especially those who are already
Cuándo Domingo 12 de Diciembre 11 am a 3 pm Dónde Cincinnati Children's Hospital de Liberty Township 7777 Yankee Road Quiénes Jóvenes y adultos de 5 años de edad en adelante Habrá personal que habla español disponible para ayudarTodos los niños menores de 18 años deben estar acompañados por su padre, madre o persona autorizada para dar consentimiento.No se requiere identificaciónOfrecemos primeras, segundas y dosis de refuerzo de la vacuna Pfizer Puede acudir sin cita o llamar al 513.517.4652
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE September 30, 2021 CONTACT: Christy Cauley Santa Maria Community ServicesChristy.Cauley@santamaria-cincy.org (513) 557-7297 Santa Maria Community Services Hosts Fall Health Fair on October 9, 2021 CINCINNATI, OH – Santa Maria Community Services, Inc. is pleased to announce its fall health fair. The free health fair will take place on Saturday, October 9,
This month we launch our new Health Know-How campaign, a monthly spotlight that goes in-depth on a current health topic to help you understand and act. First up: Lead poisoning in kids. In 2020 during the pandemic, lead poisoning screenings were down as fewer children had their well-child checkups. Children also spent more time indoors at home where they might be exposed to lead in paint chips and dust. Learn more about lead poisoning.
Museums partnering with TriHealth to help vaccinate community In an effort to protect our community and combat COVID-19, the National Underground Railroad Freedom Center and Cincinnati Museum Center (CMC) will host COVID-19 vaccine clinics courtesy of TriHealth. Eligible individuals can walk in to receive their vaccine for free on May 22 at the Freedom Center and May 29 at CMC. TriHealth will be administering free Johnson & Johnson vaccines at the Freedom Center from noon to 3 p.m. on Saturday, May 22 and
Oak Street Health (2429 Harrison Ave) is offering vaccine appointments in Westwood. They are very interested in offering appointments for those in the neighborhood. If you are eligible and still needs an appointment, please reach out to Natavia Howell. Make your appointment by email (email@example.com) or call at 317-760-9935, and she can help with the scheduling.For Health Care Center in Ohio directory click here!