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UC studies how sickle cell disease affects neurological conditions

Hyacinth I. Hyacinth, Ph.D., M.BBS, studies racial health disparities in neurological conditions at the University of Cincinnati and is currently…

What Parents Should Know About RSV, A Respiratory Virus

By Frederick Kuo As RSV cases continue to spike across parts of the U.S. — with some areas nearing seasonal peak levels…

COVID-19 takes backseat to RSV during triple threat

With all the current focus on other respiratory viruses one might again get the impression that COVID-19 is through with…

UC research finds link between poor health, low breast milk production

New research from UC shows that poor metabolic health parameters are linked to low breast milk production. The study was…

City leaders join Equitas Health to debut Mobile Outreach Vehicle at City Hall

Mayor Aftab Pureval, alongside Equitas Health officials, announced a new Mobile Outreach Vehicle (MOVe) to serve Cincinnati and surrounding areas.

Care Corner: Care scare

The care services are in crisis. There has been an alarming loss of caregivers in the industry since COVID-19.

Going Behind the Startling High – and Low – Mental Illness Statistics in America

Mental Health America has continued to work to address and reverse the numbers, including advocating for improvements to policy and…

Sickle Cell Disease Association holds 50th annual national convention virtually

The Sickle Cell Disease Association of America just held its 50th annual national convention virtually this year from Tuesday, Oct.…

Period product dispensers provided by County in its public restrooms

72 Dispensers are installed in all County-owned administrative buildings in public women and gender-neutral bathrooms.

Is the COVID-19 pandemic REALLY over?

In a Sunday night national television appearance two weeks ago, President Joe Biden referred to the COVID-19 pandemic being over.