Cognitive processing therapy expands options for PTSD patients.
For two decades, Dr. Timothy Kremchek has kept the Cincinnati Reds in the game while building a local sports-medicine empire, one busted arm at a time.
We talked to Christ Hospital Orthopaedic Surgeon Glenn Reinhart, M.D. about giving knee implant patient a truly custom fit.
“There’s something lovely in the families knowing that there’s still this one thing we can do.”
If everything you know about guns, dogs, and wild animals comes from rolling through Bass Pro and loading up on Duck Dynasty swag, meet the small but hardy group of sportsmen in the Ruffed Grouse Society.
A Covington-based researcher develops a drug that targets cells in brain tumors.
“Our patients have cerebral palsy, spinal muscular atrophy, spina bifida—an adaptive piece of equipment to help them stay upright and walk.”
For our January 2015 Top Doctors issue, we spoke with University of Cincinnati Neurological Surgery Resident Benjamin Bixenmann about finding a better way to diagnose concussions.
The citizens of Hamilton County resoundingly voted to rescue Union Terminal, but the structure’s salvation is still a ways off.
In 1867, The Sanborn Map Company began charting North American cities and towns—including Cincinnati, starting in 1887.
Boxing legend Mike Tyson brings his honest and eccentric one-man show Mike Tyson: Undisputed Truth to Horseshoe Casino on Jan 16.
She joins the Pops for a weekend of collaboration.
The Archdiocese of Cincinnati relocates 170 years’-worth of archival materials.
If you could assemble a dream career for a writer, it might look something like Bob Shacochis’s.
No Goetta For St. Louis, Jerry Springer Sings, and Speeding in Cincinnati.
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It’s tough to walk very far in Covington without stumbling upon something named after Amos Shinkle.
A real human skull originally donated to a medical school, a vintage Coco Chanel beaded necklace, a guest chair from Queen Elizabeth’s coronation—there seem to be no limits to the shake-your-head amazing items you can buy, or just browse, on ebth.com.
All the trappings of a fun night in.
Frameri lets you have your frames and lenses too.
Indisputably, there’s a bond between New Orleans and Cincinnati.
From Italianate to Victorian: Covington houses for sale.
Nature is a place of discovery. Not that that’s necessarily a good thing.
Raw, plant-based dishes can help the body heal and soothe autoimmune issues.
Huit’s signature eight-spice blend (huit is French for eight) includes cinnamon, fennel, caraway, and cumin, and crusts both the baby back pork ribs and tofu slices.
King for the day!
Vik Silberberg, Chef/owner at Zula—also a native of the Middle East—likes to sprinkle the seeds in his salad for color and texture but also to balance salty nuts and cheese.
The flagship location of our beef baron’s empire needs a little of its magic back.
A neutral color palette was a wise choice by color-engineer-turned-restaurant-owner InHwan Oh.
If your significant other offers to pick up dinner from A Forkable Feast, “Surprise me” is your ideal directive.
This neon-lit temple to smoked meat is a well-researched paean to pork and soulful side dishes.
Avril-Bleh & Sons Meat Market has been a Cincinnati staple since 1894.
Plus: A recipe for the best Sidecar you’ve ever had.