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Top tips for toddler pool safety

We shared this story last summer, but as many pools are opening this weekend, we wanted to remind parents and guardians of simple ways to keep kids safe this summer. You installed a fence and a gate. But, that’s only the first step in keeping tiny ones safe near a backyard pool. Who really trusts  

Have your vacation (and enjoy it, too!)

Memorial Day, the unofficial start to summer, is upon us and it’s time to take a break from  

Get your grill ready for the summer

Happy Memorial Day! Since today is the unofficial kick-off of summer, that means it’s officially grilling season. While  

3 tips for a healthier trip to Taste of Cincinnati

If you’re like us, Memorial Day weekend means Taste of Cincinnati. From Oreo Cheesecake to the spinach and Ham Souffle  

LOL: Assistance needed! [Video]

The baby boy in the video below is having a rough day. First of all, we assume it  

Learning Oma’s ABCs

She lived to be just shy of 99, so it’s not surprising that Oma* was right on how  

Know how to respond to stroke FAST

In treating stroke, speed is critical. By knowing the warning signs of stroke you can help yourself and  

2 things to know about cervical cancer

Cervical cancer is not a cancer Dr. Amanda Von Hoene, an OB-GYN in St. Elizabeth Physicians’ Cold Spring office, would consider common, but it is a cancer that can prove deadly if not caught early. According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, cervical cancer occurs most frequently in women over age 30. Each  

“Ultra-processed foods” make up more than half of the American diet

Most people know to eat food in moderation, especially processed foods. Nutritionists have been saying this for years.  

FDA, cities take aim against smokeless tobacco

Call it chew, chaw, dip, snus, plug or anything else. By any name, smokeless tobacco is a health hazard and the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) and several municipalities are working to curb its use. Last month, the FDA expanded its campaign to educate rural, white male teenagers about the health hazards associated with  

Is there a healthy fast food breakfast sandwich?

Let’s face it: Sometimes the mornings are so rushed, or you have to get kids out the door,  

Should I be worried about RSV?

If your child is diagnosed with RSV and you’re worried about what that means, take a deep breath – RSV, or respiratory syncytial virus – is actually the most common cause of lower respiratory tract infections in children, and most children will have had RSV by age 2. But that doesn’t mean it can’t be  

Ice? Heat? The debate settled

Hang around sports teams long enough – especially those without professional trainers or medical staff – and you’ll get an idea how mixed prevailing thought on how to treat sports injuries. It’s the age-old debate: Do you use cold or heat in the wake of an on-field injury? Will cold stall the healing process? Will  

18 warning signs of hypoglycemia

Most people associate diabetes with blood sugar levels that are too high. Over the long haul, high blood  

Recipe: Zucchini noodle salad [Video]

Looking for a great addition to your Memorial Day menu? Try this summery salad filled with fresh tomatoes, cabbage, basil, corn, and, of course, zucchini noodles (or, as we affectionately call them, “zoodles”). The recipe is below or here’s a printable version: Zucchini Noodle Salad.     Zucchini Noodle Salad Ingredients: 2 tablespoons of olive oil  


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