As more than a half-million people celebrated the end-of-summer ritual of fun, family and friends at Riverfest, they might not know that Western & Southern/WEBN fireworks is also building our community and lending a hand to Cincinnatians who might need a little extra help.
The Christ Hospital Health Network has joined a national clinical trial that could lead to new ways to detect cancer early, making treatment easier and saving lives. First-class medical centers around the nation are collaborating in one of the largest clinical study programs ever pursued in genomic medicine – customized medical care to your body’s unique genetic makeup.
Ohio is filled with exceptional people who believe lifting the lives of others is of greater purpose than elevating oneself. Telhio Credit Union, in partnership with LEAD Magazine, is proud to recognize these influencers; they serve with humility, empowering others to grow.
The Cincinnati Eye Institute Foundation (The CEI Foundation) has added three new members, Melanie Prevost, Bruce Healey, and Robert Wassler, to its board of directors. Their terms are effective in 2017.
When Amanda Tipkemper began working with teenagers and young adults on the autism spectrum at The Children’s Home of Cincinnati in 2012, she was struck by the responses from parents when she asked about their children’s futures.
Though not as sensational as other news stories or as appealing to the pundits on cable TV talk shows, a new federal regulation goes into effect next year concerning the way many receive advice on how to invest their hard-earned money.