Top OhioHealth Stories

January
29,
2020
| 07:27 PM Europe/Amsterdam
COLUMBUS, Ohio – Columbus Oncology & Hematology and OhioHealth are thrilled to be working together to develop a collaborative model of care for cancer patients in northwest central Ohio. This integrated approach to cancer care will offer a
January
28,
2020
| 03:00 PM Europe/Amsterdam
In 2019, the OhioHealth Mothers’ Milk Bank distributed over 376,000 ounces of milk to babies in need throughout the United States and Canada – that’s about 3,000 gallons! Just one ounce can feed a premature infant for three days. And it’s
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January
27,
2020
| 03:00 PM Europe/Amsterdam
When a patient is diagnosed with cancer they have many questions about what the future will hold. One of those questions for many is “will I lose my hair?” Hair loss as a side effect from chemotherapy can be devastating for some. And while the hair
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January
24,
2020
| 03:00 PM Europe/Amsterdam
While the winter months can mean staying inside and keeping cozy, they also mean that cold and flu symptoms are on the rise. Every time we turn around, it seems like another person is coughing into their hands or blowing their nose. And the bad

Medical Minutes

January
15,
2020
| 03:00 PM Europe/Amsterdam
Throughout January, OhioHealth, the Columbus Blue Jackets and Panera are partnering together to raise funds for the OhioHealth Foundation. Customers will have the opportunity to round-up their total at the register at the participating Panera
December
19,
2019
| 05:42 PM Europe/Amsterdam
With the holiday season already upon us, it's that time of year again for presents, home-cooked food and spending time with family. Though it can be easy to get wrapped up in the excitement of the festivities, it's also a time of year that
December
19,
2019
| 05:40 PM Europe/Amsterdam
Movement disorders, like Parkinson's disease and dystonia, have been around for years, but as we get older, our risk of being diagnosed with these types of diseases becomes much more real. Movement disorders typically begin in middle to late
December
11,
2019
| 03:00 PM Europe/Amsterdam
Heart and vascular disease is still the leading cause of death in the U.S., and physicians from around the world are constantly challenged with providing new ways of advancing the field of vascular medicine, improving patient care and innovating
Columbus, OH,
26
June
2019
Welcome to “Lives at Stake: Our Opioid Crisis; Stories of loss, hope, and resources to help.” In this series, you will find informational resources along with personal stories and accounts from ...