UC Health's acupuncture treatments may help cancer patients cope with the side effects of chemotherapy.
The Countryside YMCA's new "Motion Zone" is an active space for youth 7 and older that combines video games with exercise.
The Cincinnati Museum Center hopes it can empower visitors to save lives.
According to UC Health officials, coloring has become a popular practice among patients undergoing chemotherapy.
According to Dr. Matthew Flaherty, professor of Neurology at the University of Cincinnati Academic Health Center, traditional brain imaging…
Participants in the study receive hand and arm therapy with an occupational therapist in addition to the real or placebo treatments…
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Acupunturists and body modification specialists claim that migraine relief could be as simple as the prick of a needle.
Two and a half years ago John Thorp, 45, was enjoying dinner with his wife when suddenly he entered cardiac arrest. What saved his life?…
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.
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