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The sun doesn't just damage your skin, it can also harm your eyes, no matter what time of year. Learn some tips on how to better protect your eyes from sunshine and hear from a local pro. more

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With the #MeToo Movement, the medical world is making positive changes to better understanding and listening to patients needs. Learn how this movement is also helping trauma-informed care. more

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Empathy and technical skills are vital in the professional world of anesthesiology, and these two resources can then help patients who are going through painful procedures. Learn more about the topic here from a local pro. more

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Everyone eats, and many know about healthy choices, but is it enough to just know which foods are good for you? Christopher A. Taylor with The Ohio State University’s Medical Dietetics Division/Family Medicine gets to the core of what this means. more

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What happens when health care providers violate boundaries set by laws and ethics standards? It is the mission of the State Medical Board of Ohio to protect the health and safety of the public through effective medical regulation. more

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A simple inhale gives life, something we don’t notice until it becomes a problem. But Ohio’s respiratory care professionals have made it their life’s work to make sure that patients get the critical care they need. more

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Staying the Course to Better Health: Three years ago, at 345 pounds, Leroy Owens found himself falling asleep a lot more

Ancient Medicine, Modern Practice: Traditional Chinese Medicinemedicine, also referred to as Oriental Medicine, dates back more than 2,500 years more

The country is facing an opioid overdose epidemic, and although rates are not as high as in some other states, Ohio is far from immune to this public health emergency. more

While unvaccinated children can present substantial risks, both to themselves and others, rarely does the conversation include the importance of adult immunizations. more

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As the population continues to age, skilled nursing care facilities are training health care providers in the prevention and treatment of often life-threatening infections. more

From fixing a broken bone to fighting disease to helping battle addiction, physicians are often our first line of defense. But who’s there to help them? more

Bhoomi Manjunatha was born with cerebral palsy and in November 2016, she underwent a rare, life-changing surgery in an attempt to decrease her pain, increase her range of movement and ultimately help her walk. more

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When people think of medical imaging, many will think of X-rays. But there’s much more to the field than that. more

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Shutting down sepsis: By the end of 2018, the Ohio Hospital Association hopes to see a 30 percent reduction in sepsis mortality. more

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Hair razers: cosmetic therapy is a growing industry in the state of Ohio, and it is the only profession in the state through which licensed professionals can permanently remove hair more

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Prescribing personal records: new studies may sway the more couch-inclined to exercise not only for physical benefits, but for mental benefits as well. more

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Understanding Sepsis: On June 11, 2016, Nalani McFarland gave birth to her son, Drew Jr. But even through the joy of bringing a new life into the world, she knew something was wrong more

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Lending a Helping Hand: Physician assistants, now critical members of healthcare teams, did not exist 50 years ago more

On the Record: With the advent of more advanced and secure technologies, physicians face changing recordkeeping criteria more

Digital Subscribe Summer 2016