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Brian McEnnis didn't get the chance to participate in anything like the North Central District Science Day or Marion Area Science & Engineering Fair.
Last month, I attended the Summit County Master Gardener Saturday Gardening Series in Green, and it was indeed a "green" experience.
Akron-based Signet Enterprises LLC plans to add jobs for the Columbus software company formed with data analytics software licensed from Ohio State.
Popular pre-moistened toiletry wipes are causing an increased number of allergic reactions in Americans using them, according to doctors at the Ohio State University.
Up to 11 Ohio State University students may have the Mumps. Nine cases are confirmed and two more are suspected.
In the wake of the Target data breach late last year, retailers and financial institutions are scrambling for answers.
In past years, Tim Lyden has acted as Master of Ceremonies and has presented plaques to Honorary Members of the Logan County Sheep Improvement Association at its annual banquet.
Results from a randomized, phase 3 clinical trial conducted by the Radiation Therapy Oncology Group have shown that adding bevacizumab, a drug that inhibits the growth of blood vessels, to the treatment of glioblastoma does not improve patient survival.
Columbus Public Health is investigating an outbreak of mumps among Ohio State University students.
Q. What is sundown syndrome and who does it affect? Sundown syndrome, which is also called sundowning, is a symptom that affects people with dementia.
Dr.Charles H. Shaw, MD, and Susan K. Baker, CNP, have joined Avita Health System.
Faces in the dark dome illuminated as animation sprang to life and sound spiraled around the audience Wednesday at the Tempe campus.
Baby Milk Action is among several breast milk advocates to criticize reporting of a study that suggests the benefits of breastfeeding on child health and wellbeing may be "overstated."
A poster warning against sexual harassment at Ohio State University led a national group to conclude that the school "substantially restricts freedom of speech."
Haidet, who grew up in Rocky River, is a 2009 graduate of Ohio State University.
OHIO STATE ECONOMIST: EXTREME COLD CONDITIONS COULD MEAN EVEN HIGHER BEEF COSTS LATER Mar. 5, 2014 Source: Ohio State University news release The record-breaking arctic cold experienced throughout the region this winter could mean less productive breeding among beef cattle this spring.