Recent outbreaks of mumps and measles in Ohio highlight the debate over vaccinations against such diseases. People choosing not to vaccinate their children are helping diseases once thought eradicated to make a comeback across the United States. Dr. Marilyn Crumpton, director of School and Adolescent Health for the Cincinnati Health Department; Dr.
Thousands of university students from across the country intern and co-op with Greater Cincinnati businesses each year, and retaining this top talent is essential to our region's ongoing economic viability. The Cincinnati Intern Network Connection (CINC) helps these young professionals build personal and professional connections so they are more likely to call Greater Cincinnati home after they graduate.
Studies show that by age six, many girls start to express concerns about their weight or about becoming too fat. Sadly, these concerns can lead to bulimia, anorexia and other eating disorders which affect more than twenty-four million people in the United States, with young women the most at risk. Exposed to media images of thin female models and actresses along with mothers and other role models in their lives who obsess about their weight, young girls quickly develop problems with how they view their own bodies.