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The reason Americans are obese To the editor: It seems to me that America has become a nation of obesity. If you don’t believe me just sit in a large shopping mall and watch the parade go by. You can stop anyone you choose, and that person will...
Tags: Physical Conditions, Philosophy, Gallbladder, Health, Obesity
County coronerMy wife showed me an advertisement recently that she thought might be a great reminder for people that relates to personal health and well-being. I couldn’t agree more and decided to pass it along through this column. After all, anything that...
Tags: Conjunctivitis, Eyes and Vision, Flu, Health, Diarrhea
Our new bedroom is small by comparison to our bedroom on the hill in Kentucky. For one thing, our new furniture is quite large. Finally, we even have a queen size bed, but then I bought a large cherry double chest and a huge glass-front curio chest in...
Tags: Lungs and Airways, Vehicles, Kentucky
Nursing supervisorWomen, 50 years old and older, represent 75 percent of all diagnosed cases of breast cancer. The average number of Kentucky women who die of breast cancer each year is 600. That is too many. Although many women get breast cancer, it is not a common cause...
Yeast football camp returns to YMCA Wilderness Trace Family YMCA in Harrodsburg will host the fourth annual Craig Yeast Elite Skills Football Camp 9 a.m.-1 p.m. July 18-19. The camp will be held at Alvis Johnson Football Field (old Harrodsburg High...
Governor Steve Beshear's running mate for this November's gubernatorial contest, Jerry E. Abramson, visited with two dozen Democrats at Stanford's Depot Restaurant Monday afternoon to introduce himself and to update party members on what to expect in...
Field to Fork volunteers needed Friday is the deadline to apply for free admission — a savings of $35 per person — to the Field to Fork Festival in Garrard County. Volunteers can attend up to eight of the hands-on workshops free and feast...
The Winchester SunThe American Cancer Society is at least $43,000 closer to finding a cure for cancer, thanks to the 19 teams participating in the Clark County Relay for Life. The annual event began at 7 p.m. Friday at the George Rogers Clark High School track with food,...
Tags: Breast Cancer, Human Interest, Blood, Mike Wilson, Andy Griffith
The Winchester SunThis is the first in a three-part series on Relay for Life. Clark Family Court Judge Jeff Walson is just carryin’ on like an old friend taught him. As Relay for Life approaches, Walson, the keynote speaker, remembers last year’s event. His...
The Winchester SunOne day before of her wedding in August 2008, Allison Schrader Totty found a reason to fight back. Her mother, Beverly Schrader, was first diagnosed with breast cancer in 1994 and was considered in remission until a 2006 doctor’s appointment....
Have you ever experienced any rules, policies, protocols and regulations with regards to your pets? Most of us are used to certain rules and regulations, such as no pets allowed in a particular hotel or pets must be on a leash in a recreational park....
Tags: Pets, Symptoms, Coughing, Health, Diseases and Illnesses
Since 1939, June has been the month to celebrate the dairy industry. Dairy products provide calcium, an important mineral, to our diet. Calcium, which is 99 percent of what is stored in your bones and teeth, performs multiple functions in the body. Some...
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