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Schwab, who has served as President/CEO of Interact for Health since 2011, announced today that he will retire at the end of 2016, following decades of service to the Greater Cincinnati community.
For a full update on the restoration process, please click here or visit My Union Terminal.Survey results: Most Ohioans favor increasing age for tobacco purchase; 2 in 10 have used e-cigarettes November 1, 20 Ohio Health Issues Poll (OHIP) has found that most Ohio adults favor increasing the minimum age for tobacco purchases to 21, and that most support the creation of outdoor smoke-free environments.About 1 in 3 said making a change to improve their health would be "very easy" or "easy," similar to statewide results.Lower income adults in Greater Cincinnati face many health challenges May 17, 20 Greater Cincinnati Community Health Status Survey (CHSS) found that, across a large majority of health measures, adults with income at 100% of poverty or below fared worse than higher income groups – from self-rated health to hypertension to access to healthy foods and many others.OHIP also found that most adults continue to be insured by their employer. O’dell Moreno Owens Named President/CEO of Interact for Health September 15, 2016 The Board of Directors of Interact for Health announced today that it has named O’dell Moreno Owens, MD, MPH as its next President/CEO. Schwab, who will retire in October after more than five years leading the Tristate region’s largest health-focused foundation.
Northern Kentuckians more likely to report being healthy than rest of state June 8, 2016 According to the 2015 Kentucky Health Issues Poll, more Northern Kentucky respondents described their health status as “excellent” or “very good” than respondents in the state as a whole (54 percent versus 43 percent).