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HealthScene Ohio Spring 2017

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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Care and Options: Dr. Mohi Mitiek of Mercy Health Anderson Hospital in Cincinnati brings the latest techniques in robotic surgery to the Cincinnati region. Read more

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A head for headaches: Dr. Bahman Guyuron, a Cleveland plastic surgeon associated with the American Migraine Center and a pioneer in the surgical treatment of migraines, offered HealthScene Ohio his expertise on this fearsome class of headache. Read more

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Preventing Polyps and Sinusitis: Dealing with nasal polyps is just one part of the job for doctors who specialize in issues surrounding the ear, nose, and throat, though the scope is much wider. Read more

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A true visionary | From Olentangy Eye & Laser Associates in Columbus, J. Geoffrey Allen, M.D. clears up some questions about cataracts, retinal tears and detachments, and also gives his expert opinion on how to keep optic health optimal. Read more

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Know your moles | TriHealth dermatology division director Dr. LeAnna Lane spoke with HealthScene Ohio about proper care and treatment of moles, and shared advice on how to safely enjoy the sunshine. Read more

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Racing to recovery: Jim Abbott was always fairly active: a multi-sport coach and referee, he was far from a couch potato. No one would have thought he'd have a serious heart attack. Read more

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