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Don’t Snooze on Getting Sleep Apnea Checked

Live in a home where you can hear someone snoring through the walls? Or maybe it's you? Q102's Jennifer Fritsch talks with ENT specialist Matthew Hensler, MD, about the causes of sleep apnea and ways to treat it. Read More

Posted November 20, 2023 | By Jennifer Fritsch, Q102 radio personality; and Matthew Hensler, MD, The Christ Hospital Physicians - Ear, Nose & Throat
Clearing the Air on Lung Cancer Detection and Treatment

Kentucky, Ohio, and Indiana outpace the nation in new lung cancer cases and deaths - and many people may not show symptoms until it's in advanced stages. Learn how lung cancer is being caught earlier while it's most treatable. Read More

Posted November 17, 2023 | With Julian Guitron, MD; David Long, MD; and Brian Mannion, MD
The Lung Cancer Screening Saving Tristate Lives

Ohio, Kentucky and Indiana outpace national averages for both new lung cancer cases and deaths. Dr. Julian Guitron explains how a simple 10-second scan for current and former smokers is improving the odds for recovery and survival. Read More

Posted November 13, 2023 | With Julian Guitron, MD, The Christ Hospital Physicians
The Maternity Journey: Women's Health and Pregnancy

First-time mom or adding to the family? Our women's health experts share what to consider when trying to get pregnant and what to expect trimester-by-trimester. Read More

Posted November 13, 2023 | By Healthspirations Staff
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What's Happening Around the Network

MD Insider: Cardiac Electrophysiology

Cardiac electrophysiology or “EP” is a rapidly evolving sub-specialty in cardiology involving abnormal heart rhythms as well as medical devices. Read More

Posted August 07, 2023 | MD Insider Staff
MD Insider: Chronic Total Occlusion

One in five Americans have a completely blocked artery, called a chronic total occlusion—or CTO. The Christ Hospital CTO program offers exceptional care, leading-edge research, and a level of expertise found at only a handful of centers in the country. Read More

Posted July 25, 2023 | MD Insider Staff
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