(COLUMBUS, Ohio) - If you’re cheering in the stands or watching on TV, you know how a close game can really get your heart pounding. While sporting events usually provide only a healthy dose of adrenaline, occasionally the worst can happen: a fan can suffer from a heart attack in the stands. Luckily, the team of medics at Ohio State University’s storied Ohio Stadium are better. . . read more
(COLUMBUS, Ohio) - One of the largest studies ever conducted on burn injuries in kids is out from experts at Nationwide Children’s Hospital and the results are mixed: while overall injuries are down, there are some kids who are still at serious risk. Results from the study are being released online October 5 and will appear in the November issue of Pediatrics.
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Today another 400 women, on average, will learn they’ve developed diabetes during their pregnancy.* It happens more than 135,000 times every year in the U.S. and the numbers are on the rise. Doctors still aren’t sure what causes women to develop gestational diabetes, but a study in The New England Journal of Medicine now says controlling it may be easier and more important than. . . read more