Shockwave lithotripsy, a tried-and-true kidney stone treatment, will also help patients with advanced Peripheral Artery Disease
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.
Kidney cancer doesn’t make a lot of headlines. New drugs and immunotherapy treatments aim to keep it that way.
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.
Three words: Yoga With Goats.
Ease into a two-wheeled world, with a little nature thrown in.
If you know only a short stretch, you’re missing out. Now is the time to get acquainted with some favorite stops along the way.
After setting up shop on the south side of Route 50, close proximity to the Little Miami River and its cherished bike trail—along with an unquenchable entrepreneurial spirit—encouraged 50 West co-founder Bobby Slattery to expand into outdoor activities.
Dance, bike, and stretch your way to your summer fitness goals.
Female drinking has been normalized and, for the most part, celebrated. But what do you do when drinking to unwind morphs into drinking to function?