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Physical And Behavioral Care Should Be Integrated

From mental health care to addiction treatment, TriHealth’s Behavioral Health Services team breaks down barriers to treat a subset of illnesses that affect about one in four adults.

Genetic Testing Is the Future of Cancer Care

St. Elizabeth’s new blood test can detect cancer early in at-risk patients.

Show Them the Money: $martPath Uses Puppets to Teach Kids Financial Literacy

A rapping puppet, a public TV station, and a UC economist team up to teach children about financial literacy and making good choices.

Two UC Health Physicians Lead Region’s First Clinic for COVID Long Haulers

The need for clinics to treat long COVID, which bring complex circumstances for patients, is growing.

What Colleges, Faculty, and Students Learned From the Pandemic

How local college faculty turned the past year’s crazy school schedules and disrupted routines into life lessons for their students.

How Experts at Cincinnati Children’s Hospital Medical Center Are Combatting Allergic Reactions

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.

How UC Health Is Facing Fertility Challenges Head On

Infertility affects one in eight couples. There’s no single solution. Luckily, UC Health offers a full spectrum of options.

Chris Anderson Is a Local Science Star

In his YouTube series Science Around Cincy, Chris Anderson shares his wide-eyed enthusiasm and flowery shirts with a new generation of science fans.

How Dean Regas Became One of the Nation’s Best-Known Astronomers

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.

Vascular Surgery Clears a Path in the Veins

“The goal of everything is to allow the patients to return to their lives.” Kevin D. Martin, M.D., on controlling the turbulence of blood and how his profession has changed.