To Your Health: OSU Researches How Losing One Human Sense Impacts Other 4 Senses

To Your Health: OSU Researches How Losing One Human Sense Impacts Other 4 Senses

If one of our five senses is impacted, does that always mean the other four will be heightened? Researchers at Ohio State University discovered how losing one of those senses altered the way we learn by using our other senses.

WTAP Noon - Hemp bill passed

A bill was passed in Ohio that will allow farmers to grow industrial hemp

WTAP Noon - DeWine signs budget

Ohio Governor Mike DeWine signs the new Ohio budget, and vetoed several provisions.

WTAP 11 - Man hurt in Route 7 crash

Accident happened Wednesday morning south of New Matamoras

WTAP 11 - Child porn plea

A man pleads not guilty to several charges against him related to child pornography.

WTAP 11 - Man pleads not guilty to child-porn charges

Richard Adams of Athens held on $1 million bond

WTAP 11 - Sheetz robbery sentence

A man has been sentenced for a Parkersburg Sheetz robbery last spring.


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