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Do you remember when we used to think some things were impossible? Modern technology has taught us to never say never or impossible. I think about the 1970s and 1980s growing up without cell phones, computers and many of the electronically advanced...
Each and every one of us has to make choices throughout the normal day-to-day living. Every once in a while we are faced with a very difficult decision that may even affect the lives of many people around us. Certainly, as veterinarians, many of our...
The Winchester SunClark County lies within the area of the state with the highest potential for radon according to the Environmental Protection Agency, and local health department and emergency management officials are urging community members to test their homes....
One of the best ways to boost beef cattle profits is to use genetics to improve the efficiency of your herd. Prioritize traits to meet the goals of your operation. This will provide as many pounds of beef as possible off of every available acre at a...
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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...
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...
A couple of months ago I wrote about dogs with the ability to sniff out strange objects, such as box turtles. These special animals help protect the turtles that need to be transferred to a safer place when new roads are built. The other day, I came upon...
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Wildflower walk on Saturday Central Kentucky Wildlife Refuge will host the second of two spring wildflower walks 10 a.m. Saturday. The walk will be on the Martha B. Clay Wildflower Trail, which begins near the North Rolling Fork, just past the bridge...
Each year, about 200,000 people in the United States are told they have lung cancer and more than 150,000 people die from this disease. Deaths from lung cancer represent about one out of every six deaths from cancer in the U.S., according to statistics...
email@example.comLEXINGTON — A Lincoln County man is in critical condition again after two weeks of steady progress recovering from injuries suffered in a fall from a tree stand while deer hunting. Rita Noe said her husband, Kinney, underwent two surgeries this...
firstname.lastname@example.orgLIBERTY — Students and school staff are mourning the loss of a beloved classmate who died over the weekend from an apparent case of viral meningitis. Olivia Shugars, 17, would have been a senior at Casey County High School this year, but she never...
Outdoor activity during the next few weeks can bring people in contact with clusters of hungry lone star tick larvae, also called seed ticks or turkey mites. The tiny six-legged larvae, about the size of a freckle, climb vegetation to sit with...
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