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Contributing WriterWith the holidays coming up, I thought of the benefits of owning a dog. I searched the Web and selected an article from www.webMD.com titled “5 Ways Pets Can Improve Your Health,” by Jeanie Lerche Davis. The article starts with the statement:...
County coronerAccording to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, about one out of every three people in the United States will develop shingles, or herpes zoster. While the risk of this disease is greatest in the elderly population, anyone who has had...
Tags: Chickenpox, Shingles, Diseases and Illnesses, Vaccines, Leukemia
I have a whole new appreciation for my daughter and son-in-law after this past weekend. Their lives are to be admired, I don’t care who observes it. Anyone who walked a day in their shoes would know what I’m talking about. This past...
Ephraim McDowell Health Care Foundation recently received funding from the Heart of Kentucky United Way to be used for Hope Clinic and Pharmacy’s projects in 2013. “We are excited and extremely grateful for receiving this funding from the...
FIV, or feline immunodeficiency virus, is a virus specific to cats. It is in the same family of viruses as HIV or human immunodeficiency virus. Make no mistake: The cat FIV virus cannot infect humans and the human HIV virus cannot infect cats. People are...
firstname.lastname@example.orgWhen modern medicine is unsuccessful in curing diseases, some seek alternative treatments. For Pastor Charles Daugherty, that time has come. After a year-long battle with multiple myeloma, during which time he has undergone chemotherapy, radiation and...
Mercer plans Drug Take Back Day HARRODSBURG — The next Mercer County Drug Take Back Day will be 10 a.m.-2 p.m. Saturday at Lions Park Community Center on East Factory Street. Residents are encouraged to bring all their unwanted, unknown or...
THURSDAY, SEPT. 27 — AARP Chapter 632 meeting, Generations Center, 32 Meadow St., 6 p.m. Ruth Chesnut will speak about the Clark County Prescription Drug Assistance Program. FRIDAY, SEPT. 28 — Craft and vendor fair and pancake breakfast,...
In order to have affordable health care, the pool of participants must be expanded. Obamacare does this. By 2014, the following will occur: - Forty-five to 50 million more people will be covered, even those with pre-existing conditions such as cancer,...
Guest ColumnistPoliticians in Frankfort who still believe government edicts can somehow or other deliver the commonwealth from the scourge of prescription drug abuse are once again approaching the issue with a butcher knife instead of a scalpel. Kentucky House Bill 1,...
Contributing columnistA friend and I were chatting over lunch the other day and she mentioned that one of her dogs had canine cognitive dysfunction syndrome. Having seen an article on this subject in a recent dog magazine, I made a mental note to look it up and let my...
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