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Sleep Medicine Is Here to Help You Get a Good Night’s Rest

“Sleeping well is the most important thing on this earth.” Samir Ataya, M.D., on a common problem that sometimes has a simple solution.

Maternal-Fetal Medicine Treats Both Baby and Mother

“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.

How Advances in Hematology and Oncology Have Made Treating Blood Diseases Easier

Irfan Firdaus, D.O., on advances in the fields of hematology and oncology that have helped with everything from anemia to leukemia.

Sports Dermatology Is More Than a Skins Game

Brian Adams, M.D., shares how he helped create a new field of study by blending his interests in athletics and dermatology.

Endocrinology Aims to Understand How Hormones Work in Our Bodies

“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.

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HOW WE DID IT

The professionals listed herein—active physicians in Hamilton, Butler, Warren, and Clermont counties in Ohio; Boone, Kenton, and Campbell counties in Kentucky; and Dearborn County in Indiana—were selected by their peers in a survey asking them which physicians they’d turn to for care conducted by Professional Research Services Company of Troy, Michigan. Professionals may be screened and selected through the verification of licensing and review of any infractions through various applicable boards, agencies, and rating services. For further information visit www.prscom.com or email PRS at sshevin@hour-media.com. This list does not, of course, include every caring, knowledgeable, and responsible physician in Greater Cincinnati. Some physicians appear in more than one specialty. Not all listed physicians are accepting new patients.

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Three Cutting-Edge Medical Innovations Advancing Cincinnati in 2019

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...

In a Family Way

A new birthing center helps The Christ Hospital welcome babies in comfort for the whole family.

Advanced PAD Goes From Deadly to Incidental With This New Therapy

Shockwave lithotripsy, a tried-and-true kidney stone treatment, will also help patients with advanced Peripheral Artery Disease

Air Apparent

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.

Silencing a Silent Killer

Kidney cancer doesn’t make a lot of headlines. New drugs and immunotherapy treatments aim to keep it that way.

Can a “Vaccine Strategy” Cure Cancer?

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.

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Finding New Ways to Keep Hearts Pumping

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.

Cracking the Cancer Cure Through Data Collection

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.

Searching Beneath the Brain’s Surface To Fight Seizures

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.

One Local Surgeon is Reinventing Shoulder Replacements

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.

Good Samaritan Hospital is Helping Addicted Moms Meet Their Goals

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.

Need a Kidney? Go To University of Cincinnati Medical Center

Kidney transplant patients are more likely to receive a life-saving kidney at UC Medical Center than anywhere else in the state.