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Contributing WriterLIBERTY — Mildred Durham received an early Christmas present. It wasn’t anything that money could buy, and it wasn’t anything that was homemade. She walked. While that is something that most people take for granted every day of their...
firstname.lastname@example.orgLEXINGTON — In July, University of Kentucky cheerleader Dylan Smith fell 44 feet and suffered a dislocated hip, fractured pelvis, and laceration to his spleen, and both his lungs collapsed. In January, he was in Orlando with the UK squad when it won...
Clark County Health DepartmentBy Amy Williams Health Department Let this month draw your attention to birth defect prevention. The most common birth defects are heart defects, cleft lip, cleft palate, Down Syndrome and spina bifida. Sure, we know they exist, but did you know that...
email@example.comEven though he had already been through three knee surgeries in the last four years, Kentucky guard Sam Malone has struggled a bit with his recovery from surgery last week to repair his latest knee injury. Malone, a freshman walk-on, underwent surgery...
For Food on the TableMashed, topped with butter, or plain, cauliflower is a favorite vegetable for many. This nutty tasting vegetable is common year round, but is most fresh and plentiful from October through April; making it the perfect veggie for meal planning in the winter...
firstname.lastname@example.orgLung cancer kills thousands of Americans every year. Smoking, radon, and secondhand smoke are the leading causes of lung cancer. Although lung cancer can be treated, the survival rate is one of the lowest for those with cancer. In many cases, lung...
Goode in Frankfort Main Street Perryville Executive Director Vicki Goode attended the 2012 Kentucky Main Street Conference in Frankfort last week, where Main Street Perryville and its EDP Partner the Heart of Danville were both named “designated&...
Recently, Cardinal-designateEdwin F. O'Brienwrote a stirring letter to all those who worship in the Baltimore Archdiocese, calling on their help to "regain our religious freedom." The impassioned call to arms suggests the federal government has dealt a...
Only 20% of the antibiotics sold in the U.S. are given to people who are sick with bacterial infections, such as ear and urinary tract infections and pneumonia. Most of the penicillin, tetracycline and other antibiotic drugs used in this country are given...
Every woman will experience menopause, some in the normal course of aging and some before. It can bring on a host of symptoms in addition to hot flashes. But there are things that women can do, from improving their diet and exercising to finding the right...
Many people pick quitting smoking as their New Year's resolution. But if quitting smoking was easy, most smokers would have already done it. Tobacco is highly addictive and the process isn't easy, but quitting is possible for those who really are ready...
The Baltimore SunLast year Baltimore got to know a new movement pushing for the humane treatment of animals. Called "Show Your Soft Side," the campaign featured well-known, tough role models cuddling the pets they love and saying, "Only a punk would hurt a dog or cat."...
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