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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 outlet’s website).

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Curbing Infant Deaths 'Starts in the Community'
Teams of nurses, doctors and office staff from 28 area medical clinics and hospitals are gathering at the Community Action Agency in Bond Hill to begin a year-long learning collaborative focused on enhancing care for the poorest moms-to-be in the region—starting with their first doctor's appointment.  >> Associated expert: Elizabeth A. Kelly, MD

Rush-Hour Arrival of Cancer Weapon in Butler County
The Cincinnati Enquirer
Huge trucks will be delivering a new cancer-fighting tool to the Liberty Campus of Cincinnati Children’s Hospital Medical Center.

Standing All Day at Work? It May Take Toll on Health
HealthDay News
Desk jobs aren't good for your health, but working on your feet could spell trouble, too, researchers say.

UC Medical Center Among Cincinnati's Top-Rated Hospitals
Cincinnati Business Courier
UC Medical Center was ranked No. 26 nationally among specialties for ear, nose and throat in 2015-16 rankings by U.S. News and World Report. In addition, UC Medical Center was ranked among the Top 5 Greater Cincinnati hospitals.

Is Your Child's Backpack Causing Chronic Back Pain?
Everyday Health
While there’s no doubt that using a backpack makes carrying books easier, there’s some debate about whether a heavy backpack is harmful to a child’s health, potentially causing chronic back pain or back injuries.

Be Well: Lead Poisoning
Lead poisoning and the problems it presents continue to surface in new ways across Rust Belt cities.  >> Associated expert: Kim Dietrich, PhD

Former CEO Tapped for Key Job at UC Health
Cincinnati Business Courier
Ted Inman, who was CEO of OHC Inc.’s cancer care medical practice until last year, has been hired by UC Health as vice president of strategic planning and special projects.

New Weight Loss Drugs, but no Magic Pill
Despite tremendous consumer interest when new diet drugs hit the market, there’s no magic pill to take the pounds away.

Medical Edge: Surviving a Brain Tumor
WKRC-TV, Channel 12
A local woman said a big thank you to a team of experts at the UC Neuroscience Institute after a successful brain surgery.  >> Associated expert: Mario Zuccarello, MD

Cancer Event Seeks Ideas to Find Cure
The Associated Press
The head of the University of Cincinnati’s Cancer Institute will gather specialists in varied fields from across the university this summer for a second straight year to develop new cancer research ideas.  >> Associated expert: William Barrett, MD

Women's Cancer Center at UC Open House
The Cincinnati Enquirer
The UC Health Barrett Cancer Center is hosting an open house Saturday, June 27, for the new Center for Women’s Cancer on the third floor of the center.

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