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The Science of Diabetes


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On this edition of Conversations from Studio B, host Jackie Wolf talks with Liz Beverly, an assistant professor in the Department of Social Medicine at Ohio University. Wolf and Beverly discuss the science behind diabetes, the nutritional difference between fresh vs. canned foods, and the effects our modern sedentary lifestyles are having upon our bodies.

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Thompson Square to Perform at OU

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The Ohio University Performing Arts Series will present country music duo Thompson Square on Sunday, Sept. 8 at 7:30 p.m. in Templeton-Blackburn Alumni Memorial Auditorium. Husband-and-wife team Keifer and Shawna Thompson received their first taste of mainstream success with the release of the Grammy-nominated “Are You Gonna Kiss Me Or Not.” The single spent five… Read More

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Blankenship Named To Doak Walker Watch List


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Ohio’s Beau Blankenship earned more preseason recognition Thursday, making his way onto the Doak Walker Award Watch List. The Doak Walker Award is awarded to the nation’s best college running back. Blankenship, Ohio’s leading rusher from a year ago, racked up 1,604 yards and 15 touchdowns in 2012. The redshirt senior from Oklahoma also recently… Read More

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Morning Audio Update

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Another heat adviisory issued for the region with heat index expected above 100; Employees of Foodland in the Plains tied up and robbed at gun point; a sexual assault attempt of a young girl investigated.  More in your audio update.

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Dangerously High Temperatures Again Today

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For the third straight day the National Weather Service has issued a heat advistory cautioning area residents to stay cool. The special weather statement  said temperatures are expected in the 90s but the humidity and other factors will create heat index values around 100 degrees in Athens and surrounding counties.  Some counties to the north… Read More