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2020
Welcome to our continuing media team coverage of COVID-19

In this series, you will find news stories and informational resources featuring OhioHealth physicians, nurses and other clinical ex...

Top OhioHealth Stories

April
09,
2020
| 02:28 PM Europe/Amsterdam
Use of Zoom has skyrocketed in recent weeks as co-workers, friends and families use the video-chat platform to stay in touch. But this increase in use has also led to an increase in instances of what people are calling Zoombombing. Definitely
March
13,
2020
| 07:38 PM Europe/Amsterdam
In a recent interview with ABC6, Krisanna Deppen, MD, addiction medicine physician, talked about opioid addiction – how it is a disease and not a choice. "People develop a physical tolerance, independence and once they stop using they
March
12,
2020
| 06:59 PM Europe/Amsterdam
These school buses are used to being full, but today, they’re not headed to school. They’re headed to the doctor. “We have about 100 athletes coming out today,” said John Esson, Columbus City Schools Special Olympics coordinator. These
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March
05,
2020
| 03:00 PM Europe/Amsterdam
Warning: This story includes content about child abuse and sexual violence that​ some readers may find upsetting. Caroline Palmer’s smile immediately makes you feel welcome. As a patient registration representative for Radiology at OhioHealth

Medical Minutes

March
13,
2020
| 06:51 PM Europe/Amsterdam
The coronavirus has been top of mind for many Ohioans, but this is a global event that has impacted so many around the world. OhioHealth system medical director of infectious diseases, Joe Gastaldo, MD, says that this virus has some of the same
February
28,
2020
| 08:22 PM Europe/Amsterdam
This week marks a huge announcement between OhioHealth and Columbus Crew SC on a multi-year partnership agreement. That includes OhioHealth continuing as the exclusive healthcare provider for the soccer club, as well as sponsor of the future
February
28,
2020
| 03:00 PM Europe/Amsterdam
You may already be familiar with some of the classic signs of a heart attack, like chest pain, sweatiness and nausea. But what about when the symptoms aren’t so obvious? Sharon Roble, MD, a cardiologist at OhioHealth Mansfield Hospital, talks
February
27,
2020
| 10:26 PM Europe/Amsterdam
Heart disease is still the number one cause of death in the U.S., with a toll of close to 650,000 each year. But what many people don’t realize is just how much your diet can affect your heart health. Alyssa Bixler, a registered dietician at the