Health + Wellness

Development News “The Beauty of Peace” mural spans three walls that face Minot and Brownway streets.

A peaceful scene grows in Oakley


Development News Under the shade of the many beech trees on the site, it came to be known as Beech Acres, and later, Beech Acres Parenting Center.

Beech Acres moves back to the urban core


Cincy In The News Main intersection in Madeira.

Pedestrian safety across Ohio


Feature Story Closeup Chris Carr and Wade Johnston

The Queen City receives her CROWN


Cincinnati takes an innovative approach to getting fit and staying well. The city is home to the leading wellness website Sparkpeople and health initiatives like Go Vibrant, with programs that use our extensive urban park systems and network of urban walking routes. Interact for Health has extensive community health data to help organizations in the Cincinnati region transform their neighborhoods to support well-being and make healthy choices easy and affordable. And with terrific Y locations and neighborhood recreation centers all over town plus many farmers markets, restaurants, and supermarkets that feature locally sourced foods, you'll find plenty of ways to stay healthy here. Thank you to our first-responder healthcare workers for their knowledge, care, kindness, and support during the pandemic.