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Taxpayers should speak up Dear Editor, Since when did it become the responsibility of the taxpayers to pay for 138 city employees to get flu shots? When did it become the taxpayer's responsibility to pay for coffee, boots, T-shirts, coats and employees...
email@example.comFall means shorter days, brighter colored trees and foliage. Fall also signals the kickoff of the flu-shot season, and the Jessamine County Health Department is urging residents to get the shot. “If you get a flu shot, it lasts for about a year,&...
Tags: Vaccines, Chills, Nursing Homes, Fever, General Practitioners
Boyle County Health Department will give flu shots during a clinic from 3 to 7 p.m. Tuesday at Calvary Baptist Church on Waveland Avenue. The cost is $20. Adults and children age 4 and up can receive the vaccine at the clinic. Children under age 4 must go...
The Winchester SunIn an effort to try to boost daily average attendance, Clark County Public Schools began a “Focus on Attendance” initiative this year. The program recognizes the school with the highest attendance figures for each 20-school-day-month, and...
Could this be the first day of your life without tobacco or cigarettes? Are you thinking about becoming a nonsmoker, but don’t know when to start? The American Cancer Society is marking the 36th annual Great American Smokeout on Nov. 17 by...
Tags: Cancer, Health, Heart Attack, Mayo Clinic, Health Treatments
The Winchester SunThe Winchester-Clark County Parks Board selected a committee Monday to take a close look at all its lease agreements with groups renting parks facilities to ensure costs are being covered. Board member Bob Jackson made the motion to form the committee...
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firstname.lastname@example.orgThe colder weather is moving into Jessamine County, and so are the germs. The Kentucky Department for Public Health announced Wednesday that Jessamine County was home to the season’s first “lab-confirmed case of influenza” in the state....
Journal ColumnistI tend to be a homebody. Not much truly exciting ever happens to me, and I usually like it that way. This past Saturday’s trip to Lexington was a treat, and I looked forward to a day “on the town.” One stop was at a clinic giving free...
Tags: Vaccines, Flu Vaccine, Preventative Medicine, Health, Swine Flu
email@example.comSenate Bill 110, which would allow optometrists to perform some uncomplicated medical procedures currently reserved for ophthalmologists, officially becomes law on Wednesday, June 8. The new law will allow optometrists to perform a variety of simple...
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The gavel has fallen on another session of the General Assembly as we adjourned last week. Although the issue of a shortfall in Kentucky’s Medicaid budget remains, we still passed nearly 100 pieces of legislation during the 2011 session. A number of...
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The Clark County Health Department has received some free injectable flu vaccine doses for persons 4 years of age and older. These will be given on Friday, Feb. 4, at the Health Department between 8:30 a.m. and noon or until the supply is depleted....
Church giving away winter coats Church the Head Missionary Church at 845 E. Main St., Danville, will provide warm coats for anyone needing one. The coats will be given away from 12:30 p.m. to 1:30 p.m. every Monday at the church. Flu mist available at...
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