We can prevent cancer and someday we will even be able to cure it. To get to this point, it is important that we learn more about cancer and how we can defeat it. We can begin by uncovering some cancer myths:
COLUMBUS — Ohio Attorney General Mike DeWine is warning Ohioans with the arrival of spring to be wary of solicitors who offer roofing, driveway paving, or tree trimming services and demand upfront payment.
NEW YORK (AP) — The newest weapon in the breakfast wars is a biscuit shaped like a taco.
Backyard chickens, a mainstay of the family farm, are steadily moving into new neighborhoods and joining communities nationwide, according to recent findings by Tractor Supply Company.
WASHINGTON, D.C. — In recognition for his work on behalf of Ohio agriculture, U.S. Sen. Sherrod Brown (D-OH) — the first Ohioan to serve on the Senate Agriculture Committee in more than 40 years — received the Ohio Farm...
Exercise is one of the most effective ways to lower blood pressure. Regular exercise can lower blood pressure and reduce the need for medications to treat blood pressure.
Madison Health is delivering a new birth experience.
Cigarette smoking increases the risk for serious health problems, diseases and death. Tobacco smoke contains a poisonous mix of more than 7,000 chemicals. Many of them are toxic and about 70 of them are known to cause cancer.
COLUMBUS — In recognition of the first annual Ohio Maple Syrup Month, Ohio Secretary of State Jon Husted announced that March's Ohio Business Profile honors the state's maple industry.
Madison Health has welcomed a new neurologist.
The Madison County Shrine Club recently presented Madison Health with a $1,000 donation.
Diabetes is one of the major causes of early illnesses and deaths in the United States. Studies show that 8 to 9 percent of Americans are affected by diabetes and almost a third of this percentage remains undiagnosed.