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Don’t blame your tree for holiday allergies

Just when you thought you were done with seasonal allergies, the holidays roll around and you find yourself coughing, sniffling […]

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World AIDS Day: Unite in the fight against HIV/AIDS

World AIDS Day, held on December 1st each year, is a day set aside to remember those who have lost […]

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3 Things You Can Do this Holiday Season to Avoid Weight Gain

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UC Medical Center Recertified as Advanced Stroke Care Center

  UC Medical Center is in a select group of healthcare institutions that focus on highly specialized stroke care. They […]

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UC Center for Integrative Health gets grant for pilot program

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UC Waddell Center Named Comprehensive Care Center by National MS Society

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West Chester Hospital Certified as Primary Stroke Center

UC Health’s West Chester Hospital has received certification from the Joint Commission identifying it as a Primary Stroke Center. This […]

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UC Health Transplant Program Celebrates 50th Anniversary

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UC Health Kidney Transplant Program Reaches New Milestone

  CINCINNATI (Dec. 7, 2017) — Fifty years ago, University of Cincinnati Medical Center surgeons pioneered transplantation in Greater Cincinnati […]

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Mom, baby get best possible start with UC Health maternal-fetal medicine team

By Dama Ewbank dama.ewbank@uchealth.com In 2015, and halfway through her pregnancy, Jill Seger and her husband Justin weren’t sure what […]

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Seeking Adventure: Photographer learns to walk, ski again following spinal surgery

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Ashley’s Story: A Powerful Tool for Transformative Weight Loss

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Striking Back at Stroke

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Heart Transplant Patient Owns the Lanes and Her Heart Health

Glenda Grady suffered for many years with heart problems, having 3 heart attacks, a triple bypass, a pacemaker, and an LVAD artificial heart before finally receiving a full heart transplant. Now she’s enjoying her life as an avid bowler, and her surgeon and cardiac therapist join her for a celebratory game of bowling!

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Obesity Research The Topic of WMKV’s Healthscope

Stephen Benoit, PhD, MA, LPC, discussed obesity and weight loss on Healthscope, a weekly radio show about health and wellness […]

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