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If your medicine cabinet is overflowing with old or unused medications, you now have a place to dispose of them safely.  Kentucky now has almost 150 permanent prescription drug disposal locations in the state. 

Procter & Gamble / Provided

Procter & Gamble is voluntarily recalling some of its dry dog and cat foods. The company says they may be contaminated with Salmonella. The affected brands include various types of Iams and Eukanuba.

In a release, P&G says:

These lots were distributed in the United States and represent roughly one-tenth of one percent (0.1%) of annual production. No Salmonella-related illnesses have been reported to date in association with these product lots.

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Teen Prescription Drug Abuse

Jul 16, 2013

Mental Health in Greater Cincinnati

Jul 2, 2013

Surveys show one in five people in the US suffers from some form of mental illness, and many of those mental health problems go undiagnosed. On today’s Cincinnati Edition we’ll be taking a look at mental health issues in Greater Cincinnati.

First Steps to Getting Healthy in 2013

Jan 4, 2013

Now that it’s 2013, have you, like many others, made a resolution to get in shape, lose weight, exercise more, etc.? Before you decide to take off on a 3 mile run after many sedentary years, take a listen to The Front Row with Betsy Ross as she talks with Athletic Trainer Brad Wagner of Oxford Physical Therapy about how to safely start an exercise regimen that will succeed.


Girls on the Run - Cincinnati

Nov 2, 2012

Erin Hamilton, executive director and local founder of Girls on the Run - Cincinnati, is in The Front Row with Betsy Ross to talk about this year’s

5K run/walk on November 17, concluding 12 weeks of training for thousands of local girls (grades 3 through 8), instilling better health habits including exercise and smart eating.

Queen City Bike

Oct 5, 2012

Biking in Cincinnati is exploding as a way of saving on gas, protecting the environment and getting exercise. Nern Ostendorf, the director of Queen City Bike, a non-profit organization that promotes safe biking for a healthier environment and healthier citizens, discuss his organization and biking in Cincinnati with Mark Perzel.

Researchers from several universities, including UC, say a new study shows men are at a greater risk of depression than women following a stroke.

Assistant professor of social work Michael McCarthy theorizes there's a connection between depression and mens' beliefs about their familial roles.

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