• ER Doctor offers tips on keeping cool and staying safe in the summer heat

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    July
    2016
    As the late summer days begin to heat up, there are two things you should do to prevent a heat-related illness, according to Ryan Squier, MD, emergency medicine physician at OhioHealth Riverside ... Read more
  • Secret Lives: From rehab to rehearsal

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    July
    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 rehab ... Read more
  • Seven OhioHealth hospitals named 2016 Most Wired

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    July
    2016
    OhioHealth’s Doctors Hospital, Dublin Methodist Hospital, Grady Memorial Hospital, Grant Medical Center, Mansfield Hospital, Shelby Hospital and Riverside Methodist Hospital have been named Most ... Read more
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July
19,
2016

Even High-Fat Mediterranean Diet Good for You: Review

Still protected against diabetes, heart disease and breast cancer

Even a high-fat Mediterranean diet may protect against breast cancer, diabetes and heart disease, a new review finds. "If you adhere to a Mediterranean diet, you will probably have fewer heart ...
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July
18,
2016

Eat Better to Sleep Better

Eating a high-fat diet may lead to a poor night’s sleep, new study finds.

Video Transcript: Want a better night’s sleep? Eating a healthy diet may help, according to a new study. Researchers tracked the eating and sleep habits of more than 780 men for about a year ...
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July
15,
2016

If 1st Baby's Early, 2nd Will Be Too: Study

Chances just as high for women who go into labor naturally as those who are induced

Women who give birth to their first child even a couple of weeks early are up to three times more likely to deliver their next baby prematurely, new research suggests. "The magnitude of the ...
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July
12,
2016

Pokemon Go: The key to an active summer break?

OhioHealth experts weigh in on a new app that's inspiring the young and old to get moving outside

It’s a little app that’s causing a big buzz: Pokemon Go. The augmented reality game was released last week and uses real world landmarks and google maps to build a “real world gaming platform ...
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  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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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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June
09,
2016
Thinking like an innovator doesn’t come naturally to every associate, especially when there is work to be done, patients to be cared for and little time to ponder the “what if” scenarios that ...
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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 ...
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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 ...
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