Researchers found poor sleep can cause premature death for people who have high blood pressure, high cholesterol or other metabolic risk…
La Orangette, Cincinnati's first mobile juicery, will be on the streets this summer dispensing seven kinds of fruit and vegetable juice drinks.
By the time 34-year-old Paul Glasser was diagnosed with cancer in 2016, the tumor in his lung was nearly the size of his heart.
Researchers at the University of Cincinnati might have discovered a way to inhibit the growth of a deadly disease: pancreatic cancer.
Father’s Day has been celebrated in the United States since the early 20th century and has been an official national holiday…
Emerging treatments such as regenerative injections are being used to reduce tendon and joint pain and jump-start the healing process.
What's worse: To pay $600 for medicine or to die of an allergic reaction without it?
Doctors see thousands of children with serious ear injuries every year after attempts at self-cleaning gone wrong.
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Cincinnati Children's Dr. von Allmen teamed up with an engineer to create FIND (Fast Intelligent Needle Delivery), a kind of medical…
While Cinco de Mayo is considered a fairly minor holiday in Mexico (it's not Mexican Independence Day, as many Americans believe, but the…
More young people in Cincinnati battle asthma than in other parts of the country, doctors at Cincinnati Children's Hospital Medical…
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