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Understanding How COVID-19 Affects Your Lungs

COVID-19 can have a lasting impact on your lungs. B105's Chelsie talks to pulmonology specialist Dr. Vishal Jivan about how long the effects can last and returning to normal activity. Read More

Posted November 24, 2022 | By Chelsie, B105 radio personality, and Vishal Jivan, MD, The Christ Hospital Physicians - Pulmonary Medicine
Yes, Your Spine is Connected to Your (Cigarette) Butt

Smoking, and nicotine in general, is a back-breaker. Dr. Jared Crasto explains how tobacco affects your spine and why kicking the tobacco habit can speed your healing. Read More

Posted November 17, 2022 | With Jared A. Crasto, MD, The Christ Hospital Physicians - Spine Surgery
Things I Wish I Knew When I Was Pregnant

Pregnancy is a beautiful experience, but the truth is it’s not nine months of living in a Hallmark movie. Sometimes, you just have to expect the unexpected. Q102’s Jennifer Fritsch and OB-GYN Dr. Lindsay Wardle share some knowledge every new mom should kn Read More

Posted November 16, 2022 | By Jennifer Fritsch, Q102 radio personality; and Lindsay Wardle, DO, The Christ Hospital Physicians - Obstetrics & Gynecology
Lung Cancer Awareness Month - 2022

Lung cancer is one of the leading causes of cancer deaths in Ohio and Kentucky. Learn how a quick, non-invasive screening can increase your odds for survival and other ways to keep your lungs healthy for years to come. Read More

Posted November 01, 2022
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What's Happening Around the Network

MD Insider: The Christ Hospital Heart Transplant Program

The Christ Hospital Heart & Vascular Institute, a global leader in clinical cardiovascular research, is taking a significant step forward in the care of patients with heart failure by launching a long-anticipated heart transplant program. Read More

Posted October 10, 2022 | By MD Insider Staff
MD Insider: HeartFlow Gives Sharper View of Blockages in Arteries to the Heart

A first in the Tristate, HeartFlow technology at The Christ Hospital gives incredible views around the heart to show the severity of blockages and can reduce the need for invasive testing. Read More

Posted July 21, 2022 | By MD Insider Staff
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