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Three Creative Queen City Cupcakeries You Won’t Be Able to Resist

  Cupcakes are no longer confined to your run-of-the-mill vanilla or chocolate varieties. Here are three local bakeries that take their cupcake creativity to the next level. Fashion Sweet Cupcakes Local boss ladies Brandy Goss and Steph...

Five International Bakeries Worth Checking Out Now

Want to diversify your list of baked good go-tos? Check out the ethnic offerings at these five Greater Cincinnati multicultural mainstays.   Chako Bakery Café In December, Hisako “Chako” Okawa moved her Pike Street café to MainStrasse,...

Three Classic Queen City Bakeries That Will Never Go Out of Style

Few Cincinnati bakeries survive generations without losing their iconic spark of sweetness. These three classic stops have done just that—and earned the legacy of city staples. Busken Bakery Last summer, Busken celebrated its 90th birthday. Quite...

These Six Local Shops Offer the Doughnuts of Your Dreams

F  ruity Pebbles, bacon, pineapple, and sour cream—what do these fixings have in common? They're popular ingredients at Cincinnati's favorite doughnut shops. Here are six spots to grab a dozen delicious ring-shaped pastries:   Gadabout Doughnuts Sour cream...

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In a Family Way

A new birthing center helps The Christ Hospital welcome babies in comfort for the whole family.

Advanced PAD Goes From Deadly to Incidental With This New Therapy

Shockwave lithotripsy, a tried-and-true kidney stone treatment, will also help patients with advanced Peripheral Artery Disease

Air Apparent

Cincinnati Children’s Hospital Medical Center’s world-renowned team approach to treating pediatric airway disorders flourishes as the program founder gets ready to retire.

Silencing a Silent Killer

Kidney cancer doesn’t make a lot of headlines. New drugs and immunotherapy treatments aim to keep it that way.

Can a “Vaccine Strategy” Cure Cancer?

University of Cincinnati cancer researchers are testing a promising alternative to traditional cancer treatments: a new immuno-oncology drug. Right now there’s just one person in the world who has received it.
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