Our sports psychologist created the acronym P.E.R.F.E.C.T. for steps that help athletes manage excessive stress and put the fun back into sports and life.

The P.E.R.F.E.C.T. way to help young athletes reduce stress

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Heart disease is the world’s #1 killer of women, causing 1 in 3 deaths each year. Prioritize your heart health today with these tips from our expert. #BuckeyeHearts

Women: Be selfish! Your heart comes first

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A new treatment may allow some patients with allergies to replace weekly injections with a few liquid drops.

Under the Tongue Allergy Treatment

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This #OSUWexMed dietitian-approved snack will satisfy your craving for something crunchy. #BuckeyeBites

#BuckeyeBites: Crunchy spiced chickpeas

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Do you have a cold, allergies or a sinus infection? Our experts explain how you can tell the difference.

Do I have allergies or a sinus infection?

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“It’s not all sad, there are amazing stories of survivorship. However, when the unfortunate time comes that a patient becomes end-of-life, it is a surprisingly rewarding experience for the bedside nurse. I enjoy end-of-life care because I view it as an honor to help someone die peacefully. It also empowers the family members and allows you to be grateful for the little sentimental things.” –...
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When it comes to coffee, too much of a good thing can be bad for your body. Start your day with this eye-opening info from our experts.

9 Surprising Things That Happen To Your Body If You Have More Than 2 Cups Of Coffee In A Day

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Whether you’re watching hours of March Madness, having a movie marathon or binging on a TV series, it's easy it is to get caught up and lose track of how much food you’ve eaten.

Strategies to stop overeating while binge-watching

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Sun safety matters whether you're at the beach or hitting the slopes.

Here's how to stay sun safe on Spring Break

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Our doctors make a difference in the lives of our patients. Honor a doctor today or comment below to tell your favorite #OSUWexMed doctor 'thank you!'

National Doctors Day

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Our expert wants to ease your concerns about the most common fears that she hears from women who have had a miscarriage or who are worried about the possibility.

Miscarriage Myths and Risks

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Are you expecting snow this week? Here's how to keep your heart safe while shoveling.

How to protect your heart when shoveling snow

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A new clinical trial seeking patients who need a heart valve replacement aims to expand the use of a minimally invasive valve procedure developed for elderly and very ill patients who don’t have many options.

How medical care progresses: A look at one heart valve trial

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"I have been a surgical tech for 20 years. In our field, we learn new things everyday. I wanted to come to the Ross and be part of a team that is dedicated to great patient care. From open heart, vascular, endovascular and thoracic surgeries, our surgeons and team are committed to good outcomes. Being a preceptor in a career that I enjoy has allowed me to pass on the knowledge I have obtained...
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Traveling this Spring Break? These 5 tips can help you stick to your healthy eating habits while you're on the go.

5 tips for eating healthy while traveling

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The Scarlet and Gray MS Education Day is a free event for patients and families. We will cover the latest information on new MS medications, focusing on stem cells and the new emergent medications for multiple sclerosis. In addition, we will present new strategies for patients and families to avoid progression of the disease. Attendees will have the opportunity to interact with the faculty in...
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Scarlet & Gray MS Education Day

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We may be losing an hour of sleep as we spring forward this weekend, but these sleep tips from our expert will keep you feeling well rested.

7 practical sleep tips you're not trying

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Join us for our annual pinwheel planting and ceremony in honor of Donate Life month. This year we will plant 8,500 pinwheels on the plaza of OSU Wexner Medical Center, representing every organ transplant performed at #OSUWexMed since 1967.

The ceremony and planting will take place on the outdoor green space in front of the Wexner Medical Center. Please dress comfortably and appropriately for...
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Pinwheel Planting & Ceremony

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Our expert debunks the 5 most popular myths about eating with diabetes.

Top 5 myths about eating with diabetes

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