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Researchers find injured animals have mental barriers to exercise

03
October
2022

A research finding in mice that the drug gabapentin improved rehab compliance after spinal cord injury led scientists to a related, unexpected discovery: Injured mice that didn’t receive gabapent...

Campus

September
22,
2022
| 13:00 PM America/New_York
The Ohio State University College of Medicine has adopted curricula and training procedures designed to help the next generation of physicians identify and redress systemic racism in the medical field.The college has implemented an educational
September
13,
2022
| 12:30 PM America/New_York
The Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration declared the first National Recovery Month in 1989. Following the federal government’s lead, the Collegiate Recovery Community (CRC) at The Ohio State University has hosted a
September
08,
2022
| 12:00 PM America/New_York
Despite the gray day, Ahmed Hosni was excited about the return of football to The Ohio State University last Saturday. Hosni, assistant director of the Student Wellness Center, leads the university’s Collegiate Recovery Community

Science & Medicine

September
30,
2022
| 11:03 AM America/New_York
Researchers have identified enough biological details about a virus endemic in African primates to suggest that this virus, which causes a hemorrhagic fever disease in monkeys, has decent potential to spill over to humans.
September
26,
2022
| 08:03 AM America/New_York
Children have a secret power that helps them avoid a “learning trap” that adults may sometimes fall into: Kids just can’t focus their attention.
September
21,
2022
| 08:07 AM America/New_York
A new study provides the best evidence to date that preferences of white consumers helped drive private businesses to discriminate against Black customers before the Civil Rights Act of 1964.

Arts & Humanities

September
30,
2022
| 12:00 PM America/New_York
“Imagine you’re a moth in this gallery. What piece of art is your favorite?”This is one of the writing prompts that Kari Gunter-Seymour recently gave the student participants in the Wexner Center for the Arts’ Pages program. Pages is a free program
September
09,
2022
| 10:00 AM America/New_York
In 2008, Dana Renga sat down to watch the Super Bowl. Renga, professor of Italian and dean of arts and humanities at The Ohio State University, is “obsessed” with the commercials, she said. That year, one of the ads, for Audi, was an homage to “The
August
31,
2022
| 10:00 AM America/New_York
Marian Moser Jones, associate professor of health services management and policy in the College of Public Health and associate professor in the Department of History, joined The Ohio State University just this year. One of her first projects was

The Conversation

September
22,
2022
| 10:15 AM America/New_York
While devices such as smart thermostats and security systems are widely used in homes today, the commercial use of household robots is still in its infancy.
June
06,
2022
| 15:25 PM America/New_York
Belonging to one or more groups with long-standing social and economic disadvantages increases the risk of cancer diagnoses and death, according to our review of 28 cancer studies published between 2012 and 2021.
May
28,
2022
| 09:02 AM America/New_York
Beginning July 16, 2022, people struggling with mental health crises can call 988, a new number focused on providing lifesaving suicide prevention and crisis services. But 988 is not just a shorter, easier-to-remember replacement for the current

Sports

July
28,
2022
| 10:00 AM America/New_York
Earlier this month, student-athletes from the Big Ten traveled to Alabama for a weekend-long trip. Part of the conference’s Big Life Series, the event took place in Selma and Montgomery, the epicenter of the civil rights movement.
June
23,
2022
| 14:05 PM America/New_York
A year of celebrations of Title IX began at The Ohio State University Thursday when President Kristina M. Johnson and other members of the university’s female athletic community spoke about the role the landmark legislation has played in their
June
01,
2022
| 12:00 PM America/New_York
Carlos Snow read a book cover-to-cover for the first time when he returned to The Ohio State University in the fall of 2019.“Other than the Bible, I mean,” he said. “I was really proud of that.”

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