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Depression and Suicide: Shedding Light on Darkness
The News Record
The death of actor and comedian Robin Williams had an entire nation in mourning and put a spotlight on issues that arenít typically in the media: depression and suicide.  >> Associated expert: Cheryl McCullumsmith, MD, PhD

Cleaner Air Boosts Fertility Rates at UC Health in West Chester
WVXU, 91.7 FM
Doctors say it is something in the air that's helping infertile couples conceive at the UC Health Center for Reproductive Health in West Chester.

UC Spending $37M to Renovate, Replace Health Buildings
The Cincinnati Enquirer
The University of Cincinnati's board of trustees approved spending $37 million Tuesday for three building projects on the medical campus.

Cincinnati Neurologist: Parkinsonís Disease, Depression Often Go Hand in Hand
WCPO-TV, Channel 9
Robin Williams was grappling with severe depression when he committed suicide, authorities say. But we learned Thursday he was also in the early stages of Parkinson's disease. In an interview, a local neurologist talked about how the disease can often go hand in hand with depression.  >> Associated expert: Alberto Espay, MD

Tennis Elbow Is Not Just for Tennis Players
WKRC-TV, Channel 12
Tennis elbow is a common condition. What might surprise you is how little that condition has to do with tennis.

Brain Stimulation Studied for Stroke Recovery
WVXU, 91.7 FM
Clinical trials are underway in Cincinnati and nationwide that could prove brain stimulation is beneficial to stroke victims.

Lead Exposure Study to Focus on Black Women in Cincinnati
Diverse: Issues in Higher Education
With support from the National Institute for Environmental Health Sciences, University of Cincinnati researchers are launching a study of African-American women to determine whether childhood lead exposure has affected bone and muscle health as the women who will be studied have matured into their early- to mid-30s.  >> Associated experts: Amit Bhattacharya, PhD, CPE; Kim Dietrich, PhD

UC Cancer Institute Names New Top Medical Exec
Cincinnati Business Courier
Dr. Thomas Herzog has been appointed clinical director of the University of Cincinnati Cancer Institute, effective Aug. 1.

Feeling Down in Summer? It Happens
WCPO-TV, Channel 9
Studies show that some people actually become more depressed during the summer months.  >> Associated expert: Cal Adler, MD

New UC Health primary Care Centers Opening Soon
The Cincinnati Enquirer
UC Health plans to open six primary and specialty care practices this year and already tabbed one to be developed in 2015.

UC Studies Epileptic Moms-to-Be
The Cincinnati Enquirer
Better understanding the risks that some epileptic women and their children face is the goal of a major, decade-long national study now underway at 20 medical centers, including the University of Cincinnati.

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