HealthScene Ohio December 2018

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Gwendolyn Zaczepinski

Introducing the new HealthScene Ohio, all the great editorial you know and love just a new approach. Read more


Even if you're afraid of needles, learn why getting a flu shot is important. Read about some statistics and facts, and how the flu affects Ohio and beyond. Read more


Akron Children’s Hospital professional speaks on what medical treatment is like for the youngest members of our families at their most difficult times. Read more

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As the leading cause of long-term disability in the United States, nearly 800,000 people suffer from stroke each year. Dr. Syed Zaidi, medical director of Toledo-based hospital, is at the forefront of an advancement to save patients from strokes. Read more


Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease (COPD) affects the lives of tens of thousands of Ohioans. The CDC reported 44.6 to 49.7 deaths per 100,000 people in Ohio during 2014. Thus, you should know your facts. Learn more here. Read more

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It’s well-understood that checking one’s phone in bed can affect sleep. More serious side effects can include heart attack, diabetes, depression and more. HealthScene Ohio sat down with Dr. Matthew Kunar of OhioHealth to discuss this topic. Read more

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Dr. Andrew Dittenhofer lives by an age-old principle: treat others the way you want to be treated. Specializing in general surgery and Robotic-Assisted da Vinci surgery at Holzer Health System, the golden rule takes on a new meaning. Read more



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Local health departments play a key role in achieving national health security. Dr. Steven Englender, director of the Center for Public Health Preparedness in Cincinnati, provides insight preparing for the worst while hoping for the best. Read more

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The holiday season typically means family members joining together. Learn how you can take this time as an opportunity, or any family gathering, to learn about family health. Plus, discover amenities for active seniors. Read more

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Learn about some of the hottest news and discover some phone apps perfect for the New Year. Read more


Publicly, Dr. Neil Cherian refers to himself as a closet musician. While it’s true his daily work focuses less on music and more on clinical practice and research, he’s managed to sync his career in neurology with his passion for sound and music. Read more


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