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Dr. Francois Bethoux from the Cleveland Clinic talks about his research on integrating art and music into the world of medician and how it can have lasting effects on patients. Read more

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Dr. Andre U Aguillon, a physician based in Toledo, talks about the benefits of restful sleep and how sleep disorders can affect all health aspects. Read more

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The American Cancer Society updated colorectal cancer screenings to 45 years old. Dr. Darrell Gray II with OSU Comprehensive Cancer Center talks about how this change will be met with controversy but how it will have lasting benefits. Read more

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Paul S. Kingma, with the Cincinnati Children's NICU, talks about his work and In utero surgery, which can help babies even before their first breath. Read more

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Anita M. Steinbergh, DO, retires from the State Medical Board of Ohio after more than 250 monthly meetings and making an impact on the medical community. Read more

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Students benefiting from the knowledge of Dr. Chad Garven are learning from someone who, for a long time, didn’t want to go into medicine – and, now that he’s practicing it, can speak in-depth on the appeal and importance of helping people. Read more

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Dr. John Pigott’s pioneering work in vascular surgery is reaping dividends, and not just for his patients. Read more

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When Jack O’Handley was passing his time doing manual labor as a Trappist monk in Kentucky, he became inspired to study medicine. Today, O’Handley, MD, serves as medical director for Mount Carmel Health System’s Community Outreach. Read more

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Through the Helping Opiate-addicted Pregnant women Evolve (HOPE) program, TriHealth strives to provide safe and non-judgmental care to chemically dependent women in the Cincinnati area. Read more

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Clinical Compassion: For many, including Dr. Teresa Wurst, medicine is about giving back to the people in the community who need it the most. Read more

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Hurricane Force: When the federal government needs to get immediate medical relief to an area affected by a large-scale disaster, it calls people like Alisa Roberts, DO. Read more

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Learning to Teach: Health literacy is the ability to understand health information, most often the information that a doctor gives to a patient, in order to make effective health care decisions. Read more

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Head of the Class: From performing a precise surgery to lending a helping hand, Dr. Joseph Cheng is guided by his drive to be supportive for patients. Read more

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When Dr. Joan Papp began to see more overdoses, as well as more patients using opioids coming into the MetroHealth Emergency Department in Cleveland, the Brunswick native found a cause that hit close to home. Read more

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Dr. Matt Roth, who combined his love for sports and helping people into what he practices today: sports medicine. Read more

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Dr. Randall Wroble, an orthopedic surgeon for Orthopedic ONE in central Ohio, shares his career story with HealthScene Ohio. Read more

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Dr. Russell Vester, a cardiovascular and thoracic surgeon at Mercy Health, has been an active board member with Southwest Ohio chapter of the Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation since his daughter, Hannah, was diagnose with Type 1 diabetes. Read more

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Both sides of the story: Dr. Rachel Nebelsick, a pediatric medical resident at Akron Children’s Hospital, was 23 weeks pregnant with her first child, Westin, when she received shocking news. Read more

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Thinking Globally: Teaching at The University of Toledo College of Medicine and Life Science, Dr. Kristopher Brickman found his students were not satisfied with learning medicine on a small scale. Read more

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An ounce of prevention: Cancer is a major target for medical professionals of all stripes, and Dr. Robert Baiocchi has his sights set on viruses that may lead to it. Read more

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