“Sleeping well is the most important thing on this earth.” Samir Ataya, M.D., on a common problem that sometimes has a simple solution.
“We have an ability to change the outcome drastically.” Kristin Coppage, M.D., and Sammy Tabbah, M.D., on the collaborative efforts of the Cincinnati Fetal Center.
Irfan Firdaus, D.O., on advances in the fields of hematology and oncology that have helped with everything from anemia to leukemia.
Brian Adams, M.D., shares how he helped create a new field of study by blending his interests in athletics and dermatology.
“I think of it as a puzzle, finding the needle in the haystack.” Shannon Haggerty, M.D., on the challenges of studying hormones—and how that affects our bones.
Swift Movement in Spring Grove Village can school you in the fine art of jumping around.
A Cincinnati Children’s Hospital Medical Center research program uses AI to help troubled students get treatment faster.
In the United States, mental illness is undertreated and care is underfunded. The Lindner Center of HOPE wants that to change.
It took centuries for medical science to figure out how allergies worked, much less how to alleviate their symptoms.
The medical field is always evolving. Here's how three local medical institutions are pushing boundaries to keep patients healthy this year.The Eye in the...