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Conditions in central Ohio tonight will allow people to again view  the so-called 'supermoon',  the biggest full moon in nearly 70 years. 

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Former First Daughter Chelsea Clinton will be making campaign appearances for her mother in Columbus, Cleveland and Cincinnati on Wednesday.

The Pickerington Schools are pushing the start time for high school students back by 30 minutes to 7:55 a.m..

Ohio Department of Health officials and other medical professionals are urging people to take steps to avoid heat-related illness this week.

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For the first time in nearly three decades, there's a new treatment option for people who have an advanced form of the most common type of bladder cancer called Urothelial. 

Federal and state health experts are pushing swimming pool cleanliness and safety this summer, noting that many accidental deaths of American children are caused by drowning.

Cleveland Clinic Now Says Uterus Transplant Was A Failure

Mar 10, 2016

The Cleveland Clinic says the nation's first uterus transplant has failed.

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A  team of Cleveland Clinic surgeons met with reporters yesterday to discuss the first uterus transplant performed in the U.S.

The Ohio Emergency Management Agency is urging people to take preventive actions as frigid cold hits this week.

The Cleveland Clinic and other Ohio hospitals are advising residents to tell their doctors if they've traveled to West Africa, where the Ebola virus is believed to have killed thousands of people.

Nearly 700 Cleveland Clinic employees are taking early retirement as part of the hospital's 330-million-dollars worth of budget cuts.

Cleveland Clinic physician Joe Austerman says a new study shows fewer kids with Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder and other mood disorders are being treated with medication.

A biotech company owned by the Cleveland Clinic has developed a vaccine for breast cancer.

Cleveland Clinic To Cut Jobs

Sep 19, 2013

Cleveland Clinic officials say they will eliminate hundreds of jobs next year as part of a cost-cutting move.

The U.S Occupational Safety and Health Administration is reminding Ohioans who work outdoors to take precautions during this week's heat wave.

Study Shows Brain Injuries Go Beyond Concussions

Mar 7, 2013

Evidence is mounting that brain injuries in football players go beyond concussions.