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Contributing WriterNot long ago, our town lost an excellent surgeon and doctor, and one of the best-liked men around. When he retired, I told him I wished he had waited until he had removed another cyst from my head before giving up his practice. Yes, like several in my...
email@example.comHealth care professionals and religious leaders joined forces with a visiting minister from California to speak out against abortion at a rally Saturday in front of the Boyle County Courthouse. Rives Grogan, who along with parishioner Frank Cruz was...
The Winchester SunI went to the doctor earlier this week for a problem I’ve been having with my legs. The official diagnosis — acid reflux. Oh, and the ear, nose and throat specialist/dentist who examined also discovered that I┐have a cross bite. A good...
Contributing writerIt is vitally important to teach our children the importance of cavity prevention at an early age. Along with proper nutrition and regular visits to the dentist, children can learn the importance of dental hygiene and oral health. Dental hygiene: Most...
Tags: Tooth Decay, Nutrition, Fluoride, Teeth, Family
First of all, there are hundreds of different kinds of cancer. Cancer is a disorder of cell growth. The abnormal growth of these cells usually results in a mass of tissue, or tumor. However, not all tumors or growths are considered to be cancer. Cancer is...
Last October I wrote about a stray dog that was brought into our clinic after being hit by a car. It didn’t take long before one of our staff members had decided to name her Alice. Prior to coming to our clinic, I had envisioned Alice’s...
Tags: Broken Bones, Music, Concerts, Hospitals and Clinics, Legs
May is National Pet Month so I pulled up the Purina web site to see how they suggested honoring this month. I found about 10 or 12 possibilities listed and selected giving your pet a massage as a good option to discuss. Retrieving my copy of the “...
Tags: Arthritis, Fingers, Personal Service, Hands, Animals
The Winchester SunNearly 70 percent of Clark County residents are registered organ donors, the highest percentage of any community in the state, according to Clark Circuit Clerk Paula Joslin. April is National Donate Life Month, and the Clark Circuit Clerk’s...
Tags: Hepatitis, Genes and Chromosomes, Human Interest, Cancer, Health
When I was just a young boy growing up in the mountains of eastern Kentucky, it was customary in our house after dinner, to scrape your dinner plate off into a pot on the stove. From a very early age, it was one of my many chores to take the pot from...
Contributing columnistThe coughing and wheezing of asthma can affect anyone — in fact, nearly 10 percent of all Olympic athletes have been diagnosed with Exercise-Induced Asthma (EIA). Almost 15 percent of children are affected by asthma, and about 90 percent of those...
With the Winchester Weigh Down in full swing, many of you are up and moving, and that means on your feet. Did you know the human foot contains 26 bones, 33 joints, 100 tendons, muscles and ligaments, 250,000 sweat glands and hundreds of thousands of miles...
The Winchester SunAn effort by a group of local dentists to improve the oral health of Clark County children has received a statewide honor. The Clark County Dental Health Initiative was the winner of the Group Award presented by the Kentucky Health Association as the...
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