Ohio State study offers hope for brain-injury victims

You’re going down the road when another driver decides to pass you. For a split second your brain considers two options — slow down or speed up. You slow down to avoid a crash, right? “You feel impulsive, you feel angry, irritable, but in our day-to-day lives ... we’re able to regulate and control it,” …

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Anonymous donor sends 1,200 barbecue meals to Columbus police

The only thing that came with the City Barbeque delivered to Columbus police headquarters Thursday was a bright blue card that read: “Thank you for keeping Columbus safe. May God bless you and keep you safe." Police spokeswoman Denise Alex-Bouzounis made sure to show the note to every officer who stopped by to pick up …

Girl with progressive neurological disease benefits from Children’s clinical trial

Maria Graham shuffled through videos on her Facebook page, eventually stopping on one from 2014. In it, 3-year-old Layla smiled, dashed around the living room and told her mother that she wanted to listen to one of her favorite songs. Graham closed the video and scrolled to another one made of her daughter a few …

Politically incorrect: Animals rose from the dead and the British left, again

Presidential hopefuls congregated in the Short North on Monday to celebrate what some say makes America great: the Doo Dah Parade. No, Democrat Hillary Clinton and Republican Donald Trump weren't visiting Columbus Monday. But the parade did have Jesus, the Pope, a slice of bacon and a dog named Meatball making their presidential cases to …