• Secret Lives : A former FBI agent, Harley Davidson trainer and a basketball coach

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    May
    2016
    Crime fighter extraordinaire Harry Trombitas, system vice president of security operations, can tell you more true-crime stories than you’ll ever see on “America’s Most Wanted.” That’s ... Read more
  • Could Spuds Be Bad for Blood Pressure?

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    May
    2016
    Potatoes are a popular staple of the American diet, but eating too many -- whether boiled, baked, mashed or fried -- may raise the risk for high blood pressure, a new study suggests. Consuming ... Read more
  • It doesn’t just take a village — it takes a system

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    May
    2016
    When she entered the room, her husband was happy to finally see her after so long. They had both been through a lot the last few years. As she got closer, and his hand was placed in hers, he closed ... Read more
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May
26,
2016

Height, Weight and Life Success

Is being short or overweight a real disadvantage when it comes to career and income?

Video Transcript:  Do your height, weight and other genetic factors influence your success in life? A new study looked at genetic variants and how they affect socio-economic status. Researchers ...
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May
25,
2016
After months of planning, Kacey Chamberlin's dream wedding to Jose Martinez was set to happen on May 14. But the night before the wedding, Kacey became ill and a few hours later was rushed to OhioHealth Grant Medical Center.   Kacey has two ...
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May
24,
2016

Late Dinners Won't Doom Kids to Obesity

Study found eating after 8 p.m. was not linked to increased risk for weight gain

Late suppers may not be a recipe for childhood obesity, a new study shows. Some previous research has suggested that the timing of meals could affect the risk of being overweight or obese, the ...
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May
20,
2016
Breast cancer is not just a woman's disease. Cases in men make up roughly 1 percent of diagnoses each year, which is about 2,600 new cases yearly.  OhioHealth patient Philip Hartung was one of those men fighting the battle this year.  He ...
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March
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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May
23,
2016
Crime fighter extraordinaire Harry Trombitas, system vice president of security operations, can tell you more true-crime stories than you’ll ever see on “America’s Most Wanted.” That’s because before joining OhioHealth in 2012, Harry ...
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May
12,
2016
When she entered the room, her husband was happy to finally see her after so long. They had both been through a lot the last few years. As she got closer, and his hand was placed in hers, he closed his eyes. For the first time in months, he felt ...
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April
28,
2016
Tara Legar, MPT, director of therapy services at OhioHealth O’Bleness Hospital, was apprehensive about the birth of her third child. Yes, she’d been through the process before with her other children, Kate and Cole, at hospitals in Florida. ...
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April
07,
2016
Matt Maxwell, RN, OhioHealth Mansfield Hospital, doesn’t remember his accident, but he’ll never forget the circumstances that led up to it. Matt had built a go-kart for his 10-year-old son and decided to upgrade from a 5.5 to 9.5 horsepower ...
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