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UC Health’s Arrhythmia Center Helps Heart Patients Stay Active

Baron Youn, 58, of West Chester, had slipped into a gym hot tub to relax when the trouble with his […]

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Researcher Receives $300,000 Pancreatic Cancer Action Network Grant

Researchers from the University of Cincinnati College of Medicine will be able to evaluate a new therapeutic approach in treating […]

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Diet Soda Associated with Increase in Dementia and Stroke, Study Finds

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Cheng Named Chair of Neurosurgery at UC

Joseph Cheng, MD, professor and vice chair of neurosurgery at the Yale School of Medicine, has been named professor and […]

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Hoxworth Blood Center Director Named ACCA President-Elect

Ronald Sacher, MD, director of Hoxworth Blood Center, has been named the 2018 president-elect of the American Clinical and Climatological […]

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UC Epilepsy Center Receives Nation’s Highest Care Designation

The Epilepsy Center at the University of Cincinnati Gardner Neuroscience Institute has once again been designated a Level 4 Epilepsy […]

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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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Scholarvision Episode 13: Alter-G: Space Age Technology Applied to Heart Disease

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