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Cincinnati Children's participating in an ambitious effort to track youth mental health outcomes over time
Researchers hope a new project could someday predict mental health risks for young people before they become serious.
A group of doctors and advocates are pushing to change Ohio's laws around HIV
A group of doctors and advocates says Ohio should follow the lead of nine other states and modernize its laws about HIV disclosure.
Before beer became king, Cincinnati had a vibrant wine industry. A new book explores that little-known history
The Queen City gets its nickname from a Longfellow poem celebrating its once-famous Catawba wine. But Cincinnati's wine history goes much deeper, local author Dann Woellert explains.
How to pick a health insurance plan that's right for you
What you need to know about insurers changing their COVID coverage options.
CAC exhibit showcases contemporary artists working throughout the Midwest
'The Regional' showcases more than 20 artists working across painting, photography, installation and performance.
Expert warns of rising suicide rates among Black children
Arielle Sheftall Ph.D., sees the sharpest rise among Black girls.
Michael Monks prime quality
It is so clear Michael Monks has his thumb on Cincinnati’s pulse. From his thoughtful questioning that stays engaged to acknowledge the often complex answers solicited, to his distinctive voice and palpable concern for and knowledge of the most relevant and interesting aspects of Cincy, we all get to explore her civic and cultural life.
My only fear is that he will be picked off for a national show like The One A. My hope is that he will bring national notoriety to our region as Terry Gross has done with Fresh Air. He has that potential if the metroplex can recognize it and parlay it into a show to meet his caliber.
Using Technology for Good instead of Evil
Finally! And easy way to learn about what’s going on in the city and hear the voices of those involved. Thank you so much for what you do.
Dan Hurley is fantastic
I enjoy every show. Dan’s breath of local knowledge and his insightful questions make the shows so educational.