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No one wants to talk about it, but menopause is essential to the conversation about women's health and wellness Read more

Expert Insight

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The history of heart surgery is a history of development, dating way back to 1899 when the first procedure was ever proposed Read more

Everything Health

24 million people struggle with the symptoms of cataracts - but now surgery has become a more viable option Read more

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As the days get warmer, many of us can’t wait to go outdoors - don't be scared back inside by annoying ticks Read more

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Photographer: Keith Berr

How technological advancements have changed orthopedic surgery Read more

Expert Insight

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While humans have been drinking cow’s milk for thousands of years, it wasn’t until the early 1900s that modern dairy farming actually began. Read more

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The Epilepsy Foundation of Greater Cincinnati and Columbus has changed its name to Epilepsy Alliance Ohio Read more

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What is a Nash Bar and why we think it’s going to be the next big thing Read more

Dining Reviews

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Sarah Stier

Art At The Arnold features three days of drawing, painting, sculpting and other artistic media using athletes and models as the subjects and the Arnold Sports Festival as the backdrop. The contest will be held March 1-3, 2019. Read more

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Telemedicine is an ever-more-common reality Read more

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The average American adult sits 8-9 hours a day. There are significant health risks associated with too much sitting, including poor circulation, obesity and assorted aches and pains. Read more

Fitness

Have you been in an exercise class and heard the instructor say, “Engage your core?” Read more

Fitness

Mobile apps offer easy to use services and can travel with you anywhere. Read more

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A Bicycle Built for 2 (Million)

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Even in the cold of winter, residents in and around Columbus are sure to notice a lot more bodies on bikes than there were even a few years ago. There are any number of reasons for the uptick: an increase in advocacy groups... Read more

Arts + Entertainment

Time Out

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With so many things pulling us in so many directions, how do we decide where to invest our time? Rather than letting the “shoulds” and “oughtas” dictate our schedules, discovering what we would enjoy doing helps us ascertain... Read more

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Stress Busters

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There is so much emphasis these days on stress management. No surprise there; managing stress has been linked to all types of physical and mental health benefits. Even the prevention of cancer has been linked to good stress management. Beware... Read more

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Don’t Get Burned

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It’s 2 p.m. and you managed to dilly-dally an hour after lunch before returning to your office. You look at your Fitbit and wonder how the heck you are going to last for another three hours and make it to quitting time. Read more

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Dental Care, Facial Rejuvenation, Partial Knee Replacement and Skin Care Tips Read more

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Happy Pets, Healthy Life

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Having a lovable, faithful companion around the house can improve your health. According to an article on WebMD, researchers have noted that pet owners often have lower cholesterol than non-pet owners, and it suggests that... Read more

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There’s not much evidence to suggest stress can outright cause cancer, but it can certainly exacerbate risks and symptoms. For one thing, some of the unhealthy ways of coping with stress... Read more

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