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May
15,
2018

Columbus Dispatch: Traumatic Brain Injury Masks

Patients Design Masks To Allow Others To See What Is Happening Inside

When you suffer a traumatic brain injury, your life as you know it changes.  It can impact the way you speak, the way you walk, and the way you interact daily with friends and family. All too
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May
14,
2018
The numbers don't lie. Franklin County’s overall infant mortality rate has barely changed in 15 years, likely due to factors that include poor prenatal care, nutrition, lead contamination and chronic stress. A recent story in Columbus Business
May
09,
2018
Earlier this month, Deepa Halaharvi, DO, an OhioHealth breast cancer surgeon, gave the keynote address at the graduation ceremony of her medical school – Kansas City University of Medicine and Biosciences.  She also received an honorary
May
07,
2018

OhioHealth HOOFit & 10TV: Making Time for Self-Care

Doctors Say Taking Care Of Yourself Has To Be Priority Number One

When it comes to the health of those in your family, where does your own health fit into the equation? If you have children, the answer is probably pretty far down the list.  But doctors say

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April
20,
2018
Blankets may keep you warm. But, quilts… quilts tell a story. That is certainly true for this quilt. The story behind this quilt goes back more than ten years. That’s when Karen Leidel, MS, RD,
April
02,
2018
Each day, the management team at OhioHealth Dublin Methodist Hospital heads to work. But on this day, these hospital leaders turned their ID badges into work at radio stations, banks, grocery stores
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March
23,
2018
In 1989, Linda Kenyon and her husband, Chris, flew all the way from Los Angeles, CA, to Columbus in hopes for a successful laser treatment for Linda’s cancer. They ended up at OhioHealth Grant
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March
13,
2018
We know that when trauma strikes, seconds count. Dealing with one patient in a pressure-packed situation can be a real challenge, depending on the severity of the case. That challenge can intensify