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    2016
    Video transcript: How hard is it for mothers to continue breastfeeding when they return to work? Pretty hard if they’re working more than part-time, according to a new study. Researchers ... Read more
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    August
    2016
    Video Transcript: If you really need to decompress this weekend, you may want to head to the beach! A new study finds having an ocean view leads to less stress. Researchers surveyed adults about ... Read more
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    August
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    Hard work pays off It may be hard to imagine taking on a volunteer position that on some weeks requires more hours than a job that offers a paycheck. For Dan Sheridan, MS, RPh, a medication ... Read more
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August
29,
2016

'Good Dog' Usually Does the Trick

Heap on the praise, not the food, study suggests

Many dogs prefer praise from their owners over food, researchers report. "We are trying to understand the basis of the dog-human bond and whether it's mainly about food, or about the relationship ...
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August
26,
2016
Pursuing a degree in higher education and trying to gain experience through an internship can be difficult for anyone; but for two students from Rochester Institute of Technology’s National Technical Institute for the Deaf (RIT/NTID) in Rochester ...
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August
24,
2016

Senior Years May Truly Be Golden for Happiness

Researchers find people get less stressed and are more content as they age

In a culture that values youth, aging can seem like a dismal prospect. But a new study suggests that older adults are generally less stressed and happier with their lives than younger people are. ...
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August
23,
2016

Young Football Players Tackle Greatest Concussion Risk at Practice

But experts disagree about whether certain collision drills should be curtailed

Children under the age of 14 who play football are at risk of concussions, and a small study suggests that high-magnitude head impacts are more likely to occur in practices than in games in this age ...
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May
2016
  With the alarming spread of the Zika virus abroad and cases starting to pop up in the U.S., worries about the relatively unknown virus are on the rise. Just this week, the World Health Organiz... Read more from this release
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August
12,
2016
Hard work pays off It may be hard to imagine taking on a volunteer position that on some weeks requires more hours than a job that offers a paycheck. For Dan Sheridan, MS, RPh, a medication ...
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August
09,
2016
Aaron Herron, EMT-B, regularly provides emergency first aid for OhioHealth events at Nationwide Arena. The rest of the time, he works as a firefighter for the City of Columbus out of Fire Station ...
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July
28,
2016
Chris Kite, senior data analyst for the OhioHealth supply chain, is more than just a numbers guy. For almost six years, Chris has been teaching people to jab, sweep and kick their way to better ...
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July
21,
2016
  Kelly Andrews, RRT, RCP, TTS, AE-C, had never been in a play when she auditioned for the musical "Hairspray" at the Historic Marion Palace Theatre in 2011. The then 44-year-old pulmonary ...
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