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email@example.comIt’s no secret that smoking is the number-one cause of lung cancer in America, according to the Center for Disease Control and Prevention. The second-leading cause, according to the CDC, is something that can affect people without them even...
County coronerSince I wrote about the harmful effects of smoking in April, I thought this would be a great time to cover the facts about secondhand smoke. Many people think this is just a political issue about who had the right to smoke, and who has the right to a...
Tags: Leukemia, Ear Infection, Pneumonia, Asthma, Politics
County coronerWe make hundreds of choices every day; some are important, and some not so important. If given the choice for a long, healthy life rather than a short, unhealthy one, obviously we would say this is a “no-brainer.” However, in order for us to...
firstname.lastname@example.orgThe Kentucky Department for Public Health is encouraging residents to start the year by testing their homes for radon. Radon is a colorless, odorless, tasteless gas that can enter homes through cracks in the floor or spaces around utility pipes and...
Shelter seeks young artists LANCASTER — Central Kentucky Regional Humane Society announces “Paws for Love,” a program that seeks to partner with youth artists, specifically elementary through high school ages, for 12 months....
Contributing writerLast month, National Breast Cancer Awareness Month was observed locally and nationally with appropriate fanfare and enthusiasm. November is Lung Cancer Awareness Month. I would venture that few of us, even in the healthcare professions, know of any recent...
Sun Sports EditorWinning and losing football games is one thing. Life is another. That’s the message Kentucky coach Joker Phillips has been preaching to his team since receiving a text from a former unidentified player battling liver and lung cancer last week. The...
Tags: Football, Cancer, Sports, Kentucky Wildcats
Sun Sports EditorIt was Christmas Day in 1986 when I learned a lot about Joe Paterno and the football program at The Pennsylvania State University. Tucked under the Christmas tree was a shiny Sports Illustrated magazine, featuring Paterno, who was named Sportsman of the...
email@example.comMore than 25 Jessamine County residents have signed up for an opportunity to participate in an upcoming historic study that has the potential to change the face of cancer for future generations. And now, one week away from the event, others are urged to...
HARRODSBURG — Leroy B. Wessling, 82, loving husband of LaVerne E. Wessling for 57 years, died Friday at his home on Ashley Camp Road in Harrodsburg after a battle with lung cancer. He was born in Louisville on March 11, 1930. He served in the...
firstname.lastname@example.orgThe Kentucky House has passed legislation that limits the quantity of popular over-the-counter cold and allergy medications — again, only more so. According to published reports, the measure passed now to the Senate for approval would allow folks...
email@example.comThe sun is shining, the birds are singing and there’s not a cloud in the sky. It’s a good day to dust off the boom box and go outside to pull a few weeds and just enjoy being alive except ... the radio keeps asking me if my home has radon....
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