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The following list contains news articles about the UC Academic Health Center, published by a variety of print, broadcast and electronic media outlets. Please click on the title to view the entire story (you will be redirected to that media outletís website).

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04/16/15
How Much Do Bone Cancer Survivors Exercise? Study Hopes to Learn More
WCPO.com
A new study will examine how the lack of physical activity in bone cancer survivors may affect their health later.

04/15/15
UC Names New College of Medicine Dean
The Cincinnati Enquirer
Dr. William Ball was named Wednesday by the University of Cincinnatiís trustees as the new dean of UCís College of Medicine and UCís senior vice president for health affairs.

04/09/15
West Chester Hospital's New Maternity Unit by the Numbers
Journal-News
West Chester Hospital held a ribbon cutting to show off its new maternity services, which hospital officials say allow for newborn deliveries with hotel-like amenities.

04/07/15
Ten Nursing Master's Programs With the Highest Enrollment
U.S. News & World Report
Some institutions stand out for having high enrollment numbers for students seeking a master's degree in nursing.

04/07/15
Check out UC Health's $10M Expansion
Cincinnati Business Courier
UC Healthís West Chester Hospital hired 46 registered nurses and 20 other people to staff its $10 million maternity ward, which is due to open this month. The maternity ward will include eight delivery suites, two Caesarean section operating rooms, triage rooms and nurseries.

04/07/15
Heart Transplant Program Restarting at UC
The Cincinnati Enquirer
Since 2008, heart transplants have been absent from the medical services menu in Greater Cincinnati. But transplants will soon be available again locally as part of a broadened heart medicine strategy launched at University of Cincinnati Medical Center, the UC College of Medicine and UC Health.

03/31/15
UC Health Acquires One of Cincinnati's Top Medical Groups
Cincinnati Business Courier
UC Health has purchased Cincinnati Arthritis Associates, a six-doctor medical group said to be the largest of its kind locally to focus on treating musculoskeletal disorders such as arthritis and connective tissue diseases.

03/31/15
The Growing Use and Benefits of Telehealth
WVXU, 91.7 FM
Thanks to high-definition cameras, monitors and advances in communications technology, telehealth is quickly growing in use and popularity.

03/30/15
Cronin Returns to Coaching Duties at UC
Cincinnati Business Courier
University of Cincinnati head menís basketball coach Mick Cronin will be back on the court with his team soon. He had been sidelined for most of the season while dealing with a non-life threatening vascular condition called arterial dissection.  >> Associated experts: Norberto Andaluz, MD; Todd Abruzzo, MD

03/17/15
UC Gets Big Assist From Dunnhumby on Cancer Research
Cincinnati Business Courier
Data analysts at Dunnhumbyís U.S. headquarters in Cincinnati specialize in figuring out consumer preferences for companies such as Kroger, Procter & Gamble and Macy's, but they recently crunched numbers for the UC Cancer Institute in a project that could help cancer patients decide on treatment.  >> Associated expert: William Barrett, MD

03/17/15
UC Hires Slew of New Surgeons, Scientists
Cincinnati Business Courier
The University of Cincinnati has bolstered its Heart, Lung and Vascular Institute in recent months by hiring heart surgeons and scientists to fill seven new positions.


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