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The Columbus Dispatch
Nationwide Children’s doctors face 100-mile non-compete ban Health Headlines During the past decade, doctors in Ohio and across the coun
Nationwide Children’s doctors face 100-mile non-compete ban
The Columbus Dispatch / Posted 13 hours ago
Health Headlines During the past decade, doctors in Ohio and across the country have left independent practice in droves in favor of the dependability of employment, often with... Read more
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FOX News
Simple test offers quick diagnosis of potentially deadly prenatal conditionResearchers have discovered a simple test used for Alzheimer’s diagnosis is eff
Simple test offers quick diagnosis of potentially deadly prenatal condition
FOX News / Posted 3 days ago
Researchers have discovered a simple test used for Alzheimer’s diagnosis is effective at detecting one of the world’s deadliest pregnancy-related conditions, which experts say could have a major impact on worldwide health. In research presented... Read more
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The Columbus Dispatch
Researchers create test that might help doctors quickly diagnose preeclampsia Health Headlines Elizabeth Rodabaugh's problems began last month with spikin
Researchers create test that might help doctors quickly diagnose preeclampsia
The Columbus Dispatch / Posted 3 days ago
Health Headlines Elizabeth Rodabaugh's problems began last month with spiking blood pressure and a splitting headache, and before long there was vomiting, hospitalization... Read more
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FOX News
Future of fertility treatment: 7 ways baby-making could changeMore than three decades ago, researchers successfully combined sperm and egg in
Future of fertility treatment: 7 ways baby-making could change
FOX News / Posted 4 days ago
More than three decades ago, researchers successfully combined sperm and egg in a lab dish to produce the first children born from in vitro fertilization (IVF), sometimes referred to as "test tube babies." Although the technique seemed futuristic at... Read more
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The Daily Jeffersonian
Five for Tuesday: Five stories to look for in the Feb. 2 issue of The Daily Jeffersonian Published: February 2, 2016 7:00 AM 1) LUCKY SUSPECT His cargo: Ruptured 'met
Five for Tuesday: Five stories to look for in the Feb. 2 issue of The Daily Jeffersonian
The Daily Jeffersonian / Posted 5 days ago
Published: February 2, 2016 7:00 AM 1) LUCKY SUSPECT His cargo: Ruptured 'meth lab' Guernsey County sheriff's deputies conducting a traffic stop on Weedon... Read more
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WFMZ Eastern Pennsylvania and Western New Jersey
3-D models test outcomes before surgeryResearchers say roughly 30 percent of adults in the U.S. suffer from some form
3-D models test outcomes before surgery
WFMZ Eastern Pennsylvania and Western New Jersey / Posted 5 days ago
Researchers say roughly 30 percent of adults in the U.S. suffer from some form of chronic sinusitis, and that translates to a healthcare expenditure of nearly $6 billion. The common, yet complex disease obstructs airflow in the nose making it... Read more
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The Columbus Dispatch
Charity care shrinking at central Ohio’s nonprofit hospitals View Larger Health Headlines Central Ohio’s nonprofit hospitals receive hundr
Charity care shrinking at central Ohio’s nonprofit hospitals
The Columbus Dispatch / Posted 7 days ago
View Larger Health Headlines Central Ohio’s nonprofit hospitals receive hundreds of millions of dollars in tax breaks each year. But the traditional justification for those exemptions is... Read more
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The Daily Jeffersonian
5 for Sunday: Five stories to look for in the Jan. 31 issue of The Daily Jeffersonian Published: January 30, 2016 8:58 PM 1) Fire destroys residence near Kipling
5 for Sunday: Five stories to look for in the Jan. 31 issue of The Daily Jeffersonian
The Daily Jeffersonian / Posted 7 days ago
Published: January 30, 2016 8:58 PM 1) Fire destroys residence near Kipling The cause of a fire that destroyed the home of an elderly man Friday evening remained... Read more
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The Columbus Dispatch
Experts recommend depression screening for new mothers Health Headlines Sarah Swanton couldn't sleep. She felt like vomiting. Earli
Experts recommend depression screening for new mothers
The Columbus Dispatch / Posted 9 days ago
Health Headlines Sarah Swanton couldn't sleep. She felt like vomiting. Earlier in the day, she had delivered the daughter she and her husband so desperately wanted, and now a sinister thought... Read more
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The Columbus Dispatch
Ohio State University plans to add beds to hospital tower Education databases Less than 14 months after Ohio State University's 21-sto
Ohio State University plans to add beds to hospital tower
The Columbus Dispatch / Posted 9 days ago
Education databases Less than 14 months after Ohio State University's 21-story cancer and critical care tower opened to patients, officials plan to spend about $60 million to finish 1 1/2... Read more
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The Columbus Dispatch
Despite complaints, parking deal results in millions for Ohio State Education databases Three and a half years after Ohio State University turne
Despite complaints, parking deal results in millions for Ohio State
The Columbus Dispatch / Posted 9 days ago
Education databases Three and a half years after Ohio State University turned its parking operations over to a private contractor, customers haven't gotten any happier but the deal... Read more
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Psych Central
Bariatric Surgery May Harm Marital and Family RelationshipsNew research findings suggest for some, being married might actually work again
Bariatric Surgery May Harm Marital and Family Relationships
Psych Central / Posted 11 days ago
New research findings suggest for some, being married might actually work against patients’ quest to keep weight off, say investigators from Ohio State University. The researchers, led by Megan Ferriby, a graduate student in human sciences,... Read more
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News-Medical-Net
Spouses could play key role in helping patients lose weightSpouses ideally could play a key role in helping patients lose pounds and keep
Spouses could play key role in helping patients lose weight
News-Medical-Net / Posted 11 days ago
Spouses ideally could play a key role in helping patients lose pounds and keep them off after weight-loss surgery, but being married might actually work against patients, researchers from The Ohio State University have found. The researchers, led by... Read more
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The Columbus Dispatch
Experts: Calm, quick thinking can reduce injuries from kitchen fires Health Headlines Joseph Williams was making stuffed mozzarella yucca balls o
Experts: Calm, quick thinking can reduce injuries from kitchen fires
The Columbus Dispatch / Posted 12 days ago
Health Headlines Joseph Williams was making stuffed mozzarella yucca balls on his stove when the grease in his pan caught fire. The Columbus Arts & Technology Academy Spanish... Read more
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Science Daily
Being married might hurt your chances of weight loss after surgeryThe researchers, led by Megan Ferriby, a graduate student in human sciences, co
Being married might hurt your chances of weight loss after surgery
Science Daily / Posted 12 days ago
The researchers, led by Megan Ferriby, a graduate student in human sciences, concluded that the impact of weight-loss surgery extends to his or her romantic relationships and likely to the entire family. The Ohio State team reviewed 13 studies on... Read more
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The Intelligencer and Wheeling News-Register
EORH Sterile Processing Certifications PassedOVMC employees Maxine Bertrand and Brittany Boyer and EORH employees Shari Sedi
EORH Sterile Processing Certifications Passed
The Intelligencer and Wheeling News-Register / Posted 14 days ago
OVMC employees Maxine Bertrand and Brittany Boyer and EORH employees Shari Sedilko, Crystal Brown and Patty Ray all received passing scores through the Certification Board for Sterile Processing and Distribution Inc. The nonprofit certification... Read more
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WBNS-10TV Columbus
Proposed Bill Could Give Terminally Ill Patients A Chance At Life Tim Paulus stood courageously before Ohio legislators in the Statehouse and s
Proposed Bill Could Give Terminally Ill Patients A Chance At Life
WBNS-10TV Columbus / Posted 18 days ago
Tim Paulus stood courageously before Ohio legislators in the Statehouse and spoke painful words: “I have stage 4 pancreatic cancer.” Paulus is a grandfather who used to be able to... Read more
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The Columbus Dispatch
Death at Mirror Lake was accidental; involved alcohol and marijuana View LargerOhio State University photoAustin Singletary A final autopsy repor
Death at Mirror Lake was accidental; involved alcohol and marijuana
The Columbus Dispatch / Posted 19 days ago
View LargerOhio State University photoAustin Singletary A final autopsy report confirms that the death of an Ohio State University student in the annual Mirror Lake jump was... Read more
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FOX News
Quick pen-paper test can spot signs of dementiaResults of a pen-and-paper test can alert older adults to a need to be evaluate
Quick pen-paper test can spot signs of dementia
FOX News / Posted 23 days ago
Results of a pen-and-paper test can alert older adults to a need to be evaluated for dementia, according to a new study. The self-administered test, which requires about 10 to 15 minutes to complete, is designed to be a quick screening tool for... Read more
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The Columbus Dispatch
Local Government Insider: Columbus’ ethics officer can tickle the ivories, too Read Lori Kurtzman and Holly Zachariah’s Local Government Insider column on T
Local Government Insider: Columbus’ ethics officer can tickle the ivories, too
The Columbus Dispatch / Posted 24 days ago
Read Lori Kurtzman and Holly Zachariah’s Local Government Insider column on Thursdays. The Daily Briefing The Dispatch public affairs team talks politics and tackles... Read more
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The Columbus Dispatch
Wexner Medical Center gets new leaderOhio State’s David P. McQuaid has been tapped to serve as the next chief oper
Wexner Medical Center gets new leader
The Columbus Dispatch / Posted 26 days ago
Ohio State’s David P. McQuaid has been tapped to serve as the next chief operating officer of Ohio State University’s Wexner Medical Center, pending approval by university trustees. McQuaid also is to be chief... Read more
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WAGT 26 Augusta
New treatment targets cancel cells without surgeryBreast cancer (credit: WCNH) COLUMBUS, Ohio – (WCMH) Breast cancer is a devast
New treatment targets cancel cells without surgery
WAGT 26 Augusta / Posted 30 days ago
Breast cancer (credit: WCNH) COLUMBUS, Ohio – (WCMH) Breast cancer is a devastating diagnosis, but nothing about the disease is “one size fits all.” Patients are being diagnosed and treated unlike ever before. You’d never know Annie Duane was... Read more
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The Columbus Dispatch
2 men wounded sitting in a car in parking lotLocal crime | North Side Crime & Safety Headlines A man was in life-threateni
2 men wounded sitting in a car in parking lot
The Columbus Dispatch / Posted 30 days ago
Local crime | North Side Crime & Safety Headlines A man was in life-threatening condition on Thursday night and another man was seriously injured after a gunman fired more than 10 shots into their car as... Read more
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The Columbus Dispatch
New dietary guidelines sour on sugar, lighten up cholesterol Go ahead and eat your eggs and guzzle your coffee, but think twice before rea
New dietary guidelines sour on sugar, lighten up cholesterol
The Columbus Dispatch / Posted a month ago
Go ahead and eat your eggs and guzzle your coffee, but think twice before reaching for that donut. New federal dietary guidelines have eased up on cholesterol, but they say Americans are... Read more
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Chicago Tribune
Cardiologists recommend wider use of statin drugsDramatically escalating the fight against heart attacks and strokes, the nation
Cardiologists recommend wider use of statin drugs
Chicago Tribune / Posted a month ago
Dramatically escalating the fight against heart attacks and strokes, the nation's cardiologists have rewritten the guidebook on how Americans should be treated with statins and unveiled a plan that could double the number of patients taking the... Read more
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Orlando Sentinel
Cardiologists recommend wider use of statin drugsDramatically escalating the fight against heart attacks and strokes, the nation
Cardiologists recommend wider use of statin drugs
Orlando Sentinel / Posted a month ago
Dramatically escalating the fight against heart attacks and strokes, the nation's cardiologists have rewritten the guidebook on how Americans should be treated with statins and unveiled a plan that could double the number of patients taking the... Read more
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The Columbus Dispatch
Two men shot on Near East Side E. 5th and Peters ave Columbus, OhioView Larger Map Crime & Safety Headlines
Two men shot on Near East Side
The Columbus Dispatch / Posted a month ago
E. 5th and Peters ave Columbus, OhioView Larger Map Crime & Safety Headlines Two men were critically injured in a shooting this morning at E. 5th and Peters avenues. The shooting was reported about 10:30 a.m. in the... Read more
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The Columbus Dispatch
Competing emergency centers in the works for Delaware County View Larger As health-care competition heats up in southern Delaware County,
Competing emergency centers in the works for Delaware County
The Columbus Dispatch / Posted a month ago
View Larger As health-care competition heats up in southern Delaware County, OhioHealth and Nationwide Children’s Hospital want to morph the outpatient center they’re building together to... Read more

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