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email@example.comSarah Shay was a vibrant young girl with a bright future, according to her mother, Dr. Karen Shay, a Morehead dentist. “She was a great girl,” Dr. Shay told students, faculty and local officials during an assembly in the West Jessamine...
100 Years Ago — 1913 For the first time in many years, no church services were held in Hustonville last Sunday and schools in Moreland, McKinney and Hustonville were closed last week due to an epidemic of measles. Hundreds of cases of a very...
March 9, 1963 FRANKFORT (AP) — About 40 Kentuckians died and about 200,000 were stricken by the Asian flu epidemic that blitzed the state, state epidemiologist J. Clifford Todd said. But the epidemic hit its peak last week and likely will decline...
firstname.lastname@example.org“And the Band Played On: Politics, People, and the AIDS Epidemic, 20th-Anniversary Edition.” By Randy Shilts, November 2007, Kindle edition, $13.49, 660 pages, St. Martin’s Griffin, revised edition. After reading “And the...
Contributing WriterAbraham climbed Mount Moriah to offer his son as a sacrifice in obedience to God’s command. Isaac spoke to Abraham his father and said, "My father!" And he said, "Here I am, my son." Then he said, "Look, the fire and the wood, but where is the...
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Contributing columnist“Cinder.” By Marissa Meyer, c.2012, Feiwel and Friends, $17.99/$19.99 Canada, 400 pages. Once upon a time, you loved fairy tales. Once upon a time, you loved princes and princesses, gnomes, and castles with moats and dragons. There was...
Most people today know that smoking is bad for their health and that it’s a hard habit to break. But do people think about the global effects of tobacco? Or how much money tobacco-related diseases cost us? Tuesday was World No Tobacco Day. On May...
There are a number of things Kentucky is known for: great basketball, the best bourbon, the fastest horses, and our state’s incredible natural beauty. But sadly, the commonwealth is becoming known for something far less flattering: prescription pill...
WASHINGTON — Congressman Ben Chandler joined with Clark County Sheriff Berl Perdue and other officials last week to talk with R. Gil Kerlikowske, White House director of national drug control policy. At the Feb. 23 roundtable, Chandler focused...
Tags: White House, Electronics, Ben Chandler, Crimes, Kentucky
Tribune reporterMcDonald's executives fielded a number of questions at the company's annual shareholder meeting Thursday, including its role in the global obesity epidemic, marketing to children and wages for entry-level workers at its restaurants. "We don't sell junk...
Here's a summer reminder: Chipmunks and squirrels can carry infected fleas and plague, a bacterial disease people can contract through close contact with the furry animals, health officials warned. “Plague is naturally present in many parts of...
Tags: Pets, Health Organizations
The U.S. military has faced two epidemics over the last decade of war in Afghanistan and Iraq. One is suicide. The annual rate of military personnel taking their own lives has doubled to about 20 per 100,000. That translated to a record 324 suicides...
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