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July
19,
2019
| 03:00 PM Europe/Amsterdam
We’ve officially reached the dog days of summer and this weekend is going to be the hottest one yet as a heat wave makes its way through Ohio. Heat indices (the “feels like” temperature that factors in air temperature plus relative humidity) are
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July
10,
2019
| 03:00 PM Europe/Amsterdam
With a total population of 48 million people, Kenya, one of the Africa’s most heavily populated countries, has only 20 neurosurgeons, creating limited access to proper medical care. An OhioHealth neurosurgeon set out to solve this issue in the
July
09,
2019
| 03:00 PM Europe/Amsterdam
For many, there’s nothing quite like a round of golf on a relaxing, summer day. Fore Hope, an adaptive golf program, has been helping those with neurological conditions continue to do that for 30 years. Acquired by OhioHealth in 2017, this
July
03,
2019
| 04:00 PM Europe/Amsterdam
Almost everyone struggles with overcoming an injury at some point in their lives. The road to recovery can be long and challenging, yet the process becomes even more crucial as people age. 10TV reporter Molly Brewer recently spoke with Tim

Medical Minutes

June
27,
2019
| 04:00 PM Europe/Amsterdam
What a month it has been for Pride in central Ohio with parades and support every step of the way. For the Columbus Pride parade, OhioHealth had quite a showing with more than 900 assocaites and family members registered for the special
June
25,
2019
| 04:00 PM Europe/Amsterdam
A few weeks ago, Dr. Jacqueline Nicholas of the OhioHealth Neuroscience team was the first in the county to give a new multiple sclerosis medication to a patient.  The drug is called Mayzent. Here is more from Dr. Nicholas. Multiple-Sclerosis
June
13,
2019
| 02:33 AM Europe/Amsterdam
We are always looking for ways to improve our physical health. But how much do we know, and how much are we paying attention to our mental health?  Mental disorders remain one of the leading causes of disability and ill-health around the world,
April
02,
2019
| 02:00 PM Europe/Amsterdam
Preventing falls is one way to help seniors maintain their independence and help them live a long, active life. Falls are the leading cause of death among people over the age of 65 – a quarter of seniors who break a hip in a fall die within six