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The need for clinics to treat long COVID, which bring complex circumstances for patients, is growing.
How local college faculty turned the past year’s crazy school schedules and disrupted routines into life lessons for their students.
Research eventually leads to treatments and cures, but it takes dedication—and time. Marc Rothenberg, M.D, from Cincinnati Children's shares his decades-long work involving allergic reactions.
Infertility affects one in eight couples. There’s no single solution. Luckily, UC Health offers a full spectrum of options.
After a “pseudo-religious moment” gazing at stars in his twenties, Dean Regas charted a new course, helping to revive the 175-year-old Cincinnati Observatory.
“Sleeping well is the most important thing on this earth.” Samir Ataya, M.D., on a common problem that sometimes has a simple solution.
Preserved by nuns and documented by a renowned scientist, St. Anne Woods and Wetlands finds a new life in partnership with Northern Kentucky University.
The Museum of Natural History & Science will unveil its long-awaited Dinosaur Hall, featuring a rich collection of fossils from giant marquee dinosaurs like Galeamopus to the minuscule plants, clams, and lizard-like animals that were also important to the era.