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Heat waves in the U.S. kill more people in their homes than...

July 12, 2024

Tasha Turner-Bicknell, an associate professor in the UC College of Nursing, spoke with the Cincinnati Enquirer for a story about heat-related deaths. Many people are dying within their homes during periods of excessive heat and lack of air conditioning is a factor.

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Ohio board rejects medical marijuana for autism

July 12, 2024

Cleveland.com highlighted decisions from the State Medical Board of Ohio rejecting autism and female orgasmic difficulty disorder as conditions for its medical marijuana program, following testimony from experts including the University of Cincinnati's Craig Erickson.

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Shedding light on post-incarceration syndrome

July 12, 2024

University of Cincinnati researcher Rachael Nolan and justice advocate Chazidy Robinson are collaborating to learn more about post-incarceration syndrome and implementing programs to help those experiencing its effects.

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Heat waves in the U.S. kill more people in their homes than...

July 12, 2024

Tasha Turner-Bicknell, an associate professor in the UC College of Nursing, spoke with the Cincinnati Enquirer for a story about heat-related deaths. Many people are dying within their homes during periods of excessive heat and lack of air conditioning is a factor.

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Ohio board rejects medical marijuana for autism

July 12, 2024

Cleveland.com highlighted decisions from the State Medical Board of Ohio rejecting autism and female orgasmic difficulty disorder as conditions for its medical marijuana program, following testimony from experts including the University of Cincinnati's Craig Erickson.

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Shedding light on post-incarceration syndrome

July 12, 2024

University of Cincinnati researcher Rachael Nolan and justice advocate Chazidy Robinson are collaborating to learn more about post-incarceration syndrome and implementing programs to help those experiencing its effects.

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‘Even worse than fentanyl’: Dangerous new drug takes lives in...

July 11, 2024

Tasha Turner-Bicknell, associate professor in the UC College of Nursing, spoke with Local 12 News and The Cincinnati Enquirer for stories about the dangers of nitazenes, strong synthetic opioids developed as alternatives to morphine, but never released to the public due to the high potential for overdose.

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UC study: Brain organ plays key role in adult neurogenesis

July 2, 2024

The University of Cincinnati has published research in the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences that found the choroid plexus and cerebrospinal fluid play a key role in maintaining a pool of newly born neurons to repair the adult brain after injury.

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Put down that beer; it's not a tanning lotion

July 1, 2024

The University of Cincinnati's Kelly Dobos joined WVXU's Cincinnati Edition to discuss what's fact and what's myth when it comes to sunscreen use, different kinds of sunscreen and a social media recommendation to use beer on your skin to help get a tan.

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Cincinnati researchers want to know if MRIs can work better

June 28, 2024

WVXU and the Cincinnati Business Courier highlighted a new collaboration between the University of Cincinnati College of Medicine, UC Health GE HealthCare, JobsOhio, REDI Cincinnati and Cincinnati Children’s to create an MRI Research and Development Center of Excellence located on UC’s medical campus.

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UC opens Blood Cancer Healing Center

June 28, 2024

Media outlets including WLWT, Local 12, Spectrum News, the Cincinnati Enquirer and Cleveland.com highlighted the opening of the University of Cincinnati Cancer Center's Blood Cancer Healing Center.

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University of Cincinnati, UC Health collaborate with GE...

June 26, 2024

The University of Cincinnati and UC Health are collaborating with GE HealthCare, JobsOhio, REDI Cincinnati and Cincinnati Children’s to create an MRI Research and Development Center of Excellence located on UC’s medical campus.

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