Kidney transplant patients are more likely to receive a life-saving kidney at UC Medical Center than anywhere else in the state.
The HOPE Program aims to get opioid-addicted pregnant women the help they need to get clean—and to be good moms once they are.
Glance out the window of a downtown office building or high-rise apartment, and you may glimpse a family of peregrine falcons living next door. How they got there was no accident.
Traditional shoulder replacement for those suffering from severe arthritis is a common, painful surgery with a long recovery time. But one local surgeon has devised a new approach that’s delivering promising results.
When seizures won’t go away, it can be difficult to know how to treat young patients. A less invasive surgical option helps doctors see deep into the brain so they can find the best way to help.
Oncology Hematology Care is working to change the way we diagnose, treat, and even think about cancer by contributing to a national study called GRAIL. The goal: an outright cure.
While heart transplants are the ultimate fix for many patients struggling with advanced heart failure, a new alternative is finding success at The Christ Hospital Health Network.
It might be a bit shabby and hard to find, but Go Bananas is hallowed ground in the Cincinnati standup scene.
Leave your phone and your worries in a locker downstairs, get a key card from the front desk to enter, and shhh.
Why does Wikipedia give Cincinnati such prominence in oyster crackers?
People’s Liberty talks humble beginnings, impact on the city, fighting dismal messages, and phase two—and beyond.
The series follows the life and times of Filipino sewer worker Lilliput and her coworkers as they use science to battle whatever’s waiting for them in the darkness.
Cincy’s astronomer-in-chief is here to take you from “Ooh, shiny!” to “My, the Pleiades are looking fine tonight.”
The graphic novel version of Kissing’s memoir about a childhood spent wrestling with epilepsy is due out early this year.
One man’s ‘gram showcases his favorite records and his newest cat adoptions.
We’ve scoured the wide world of podcasting to bring you the best of the best, all based on your tried-and-true favorites. Bonus: they’re all local.
This 10-acre estate was once home to a mid-1800s farmhouse before becoming the “millionaire energy magnate” it is today.
With a side of coffee.
In basically every category of clothing I have one true, statement leopard piece, and I pull in those pieces when I have an otherwise more basic outfit.
The skiing, spa, and off-grid opportunities abound.
The big question to be answered in 2018 is whether the collective stress we’re feeling will lead to positive or negative change.
It’s a little piece of old-timey nostalgia in a gleaming new suburban storefront: No screens, just hungry kids, busy bakers, and the eternally awesome promise of treats.
People change, but sisters will always be sisters.
Every Saturday morning I walk to Coffee Exchange in Pleasant Ridge to pick up coffee, which is great, and coffee cake, which is the greatest.
Chrissy Antenucci has worked in some major big city restaurants, but her favorite is The Wheel Oakley, a pop up dinner spot now offering carryout.
When Reda Ouahidy opened downtown’s Café de Paris seven-odd years ago, he decided to create the kind of place where he’d like to go: Somewhere to sit and have “a proper cup” of coffee, as he describes it (that is, not in paper and not to-go).
The word, a colloquialism in Argentina along the lines of bro or sup, perfectly summarizes the restaurant’s setting.