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April
10,
2019
In October 2018, the FDA approved the HPV vaccine for women and men between the ages of 27 and 45. Previously, the vaccine was only approved to be given between the ages of 9 through 26. “I think it’s exciting because there were a whole group of
April
09,
2019

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OhioHealth Learning Teams With Ohio University And First Responders For Year Three

If practice truly makes perfect, then medical students from the Ohio University College of Osteopathic Medicine are on their way thanks to a partnership with OhioHealth and first
April
08,
2019
Recently, Hilaria Baldwin, the wife of actor Alec Baldwin, shared on her Instagram page that she thought she was having a miscarriage. The post went viral and opened up a nationwide discussion about miscarriages and just how common they
April
02,
2019
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
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April
18,
2019
​Ten years ago, OhioHealth leaders took a close look at the medical staff and saw an opportunity to better reflect the diversity of the communities we serve. This realization led them to create the Physician Diversity Scholars program, which has
March
28,
2019
March is Multiple Sclerosis Awareness Month.  According to National MS Society, Multiple Sclerosis is an unpredictable and potentially disabling disease of the central nervous system, which interrupts the flow of information within the brain, and
March
22,
2019
March Madness is here and we often hear about the flocks of men who schedule vasectomies in March so they can recover at home in front of a stream of basketball games. But does this really happen? OhioHealth Urologist Dr. Greg Lowe says yes!
March
21,
2019
The death of actor Luke Perry earlier this month was a huge shock for so many fans. Perry was just 52 years old and suffered a massive stroke.  For many, this served as a reminder that stroke can hit at any time, and get impact people of all ages.