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Cincinnati takes an innovative approach to getting fit. The city is home to the leading wellness website Sparkpeople and health initiatives like Go Vibrant, designed to get downtown workers moving during the work day. And through its Empowering Communities Strategy, Interact for Health, a catalyst for health and wellness, awards Thriving Community grants to help organizations in the Cincinnati region transform their neighborhoods to support well-being and make healthy choices easy and affordable. Cincinnati and Northern Kentucky are also blessed with extensive urban park systems with miles of hiking, biking and blading trails that helped us earn a top ranking in Outside Magazine. And with self-help centers like Main Street's Yoga Row and the rise of locally sourced foods and restaurants, you'll find plenty of ways to stay healthy here.

Health + Wellness Features

Miracle Cure: How one nonprofit is tackling Cincinnati physician shortages

To address the physician gap, Cincinnati MD Jobs is attracting health care professionals not only by highlighting job openings, but also by showcasing the Queen City's treasure trove of assets, from restaurants to green space to a variety of living options.

For startups, money changes everything

Making Cincinnati a place where entrepreneurial dreams are realized is the goal of seed-stage funders like CincyTech, the Brandery and Cintrifuse when they match startups with crucial investment dollars. Financial backing and venture capital hookups from these organizations helped local startup Ahalogy become a wildly successful Pinterest marketing agency.

New meal delivery company brings organic and gluten-free food to your doorstep

HealthSavor, Cincinnati’s only organic, gluten-free, vegan-optional meal delivery company, wants to heal its city by tapping into the power of healthy food.

Speaking for the trees: Campaign aims to avert canopy-loss crisis

The Taking Root campaign is an eight-county effort to educate the community about the crises affecting our trees. The end goal is to restore our tree canopy by 2020 by planting 2 million trees.

#GivingTuesday: How to join in today's national celebration locally

There were more days than ever to kick off the holiday shopping season this year, but there’s another movement at work—#GivingTuesday—which encourages individuals to take the same fervor they have for Black Friday, and apply it to giving.  
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Health + Wellness Videos

Cincinnati Children's Hospital Spreads 'Good Feeling'

This Cincinnati Children's lip dub video of Flo Rida's "Good Feeling" has been making its rounds on the web, but we wanted to continue to spread the good vibes this holiday season. Cincinnati is blessed to have such a world-class facility in our city, and this video celebrates the people behind it.

OneSight Vision Center provides help for students with vision deficits

The OneSight Vision Center at Oyler School in Lower Price Hill is an example of a new whole-child approach to education in Cincinnati Public Schools.

Random Snacks of Kindness

Every summer, ArtWorks Cincinnati unleases a fleet of young art apprentices into the city—they build murals, create theater scenery and spread public art across the region. This year's projects include Random Snacks of Kindness, a new kind of entrepreneurial training program that quite literally feeds the work of non-profits. Video courtesy Golden Hour Moving Pictures.

Transforming lives

FOCAS — the Foundation of Compassionate American Samaritans — has been a bedrock of support and hope in OTR since 1993, when it opened the Lord’s Gym, where men can lift weights and their spirits. Photos and audio courtesy Keith Bowers, the University of Cincinnati's New Media Bureau.

Epi-ventures' Cincinnati deConstructed: Karen Kahle, Findlay Market

Six businesses that started in Findlay Market last year have already expanded to second locations outside of the historic space. Findlay's resource development director Karen Kahle explains the beauty of Market economics and its nurturing culture. Video courtesy Epi-Venture's Courtney Tsitouris.
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