Health

Study: Time-outs won’t cause long-term problems

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A recent study by the Cleveland Clinic looked at whether taking a ‘time-out’ has any negative long-term effects on children.Read more

Simple strategies to keep yourself healthy

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People using the month of February to re-start a commitment to heart health may love the advice to keep it simple.Read more

Fore! Playing golf could help seniors live longer, study says

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Playing golf once a month can lower the risk of death among older adults, according to preliminary research.Read more

Wexner Medical Center students perform cardiac simulation

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Medical school students are now able to experience through a simulation lab what it’s like to perform heart surgeries.Read more

Commit to be Fit challenge: Eat the Rainbow

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Have you ever heard of a 'sad desk lunch?' It's something you may be guilty of, yourself. Find out what the City of Dublin is doing to cut back on them:Read more

U.S. Embassy: 60-year-old U.S. citizen diagnosed with novel coronavirus dies in China

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The number of confirmed cases of the new virus has risen again in China while fatalities increased to 722.Read more

Metro Parks trails prove healing for local man with heart condition

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"They're here, they're free and they're for everyone." Find out how one local man turned to the Metro Park's trails as a form of medicine.Read more

Officials say 2 potential Ohio cases tested negative for coronavirus

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The two potential cases of coronavirus in Ohio at Miami University have tested negative, state health officials said Sunday.Read more

FDA approves first treatment for kids with peanut allergy

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The first treatment for peanut allergies is about to hit the market, a big step toward better care for all kinds of food allergies — but still a long way from a cure.Read more

What you need to know about the Wuhan coronavirus

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Coronaviruses are a large family of viruses, some of which cause the common cold. Symptoms of the new virus include fever, cough and shortness of breath.Read more

Embracing the joy of missing out over the fear of missing out

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Social media is supposed to keep us connected, but sometimes, it can be isolating. A local psychiatrist explains how you can say "yes" to better mental health by saying...Read more

Exercising on the mend: approaching fitness despite the flu

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When is it okay to start? How much is too much? 10TV talked with community health leaders about working out and the flu.Read more

FDA warns Purell to stop claiming its hand sanitizers can stop flu, Ebola

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The FDA is telling the makers of Purell hand sanitizers to stop claiming that their products can help eliminate viruses like the flu, norovirus, MRSA and even Ebola.Read more

The first steps to rekindling your new year's goals

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You’re not alone and if you’ve lost your resolve by mid-January, there are some strategies to reboot your resolutions.Read more

What's Going Around: Flu complications

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In Ohio, there are at least 672 flu-associated hospitalizations.Read more