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With so much health information readily available, it’s often hard for the nearly 26 million Americans living with diabetes to separate fact from fiction. Here are some facts you should know if you have diabetes. — Diabetes is a serious...
email@example.comSTANFORD — Local, state and federal health officials have not yet found the source that caused up to three children at Stanford Elementary School to come down with E. coli poisoning. The involved agencies — from the Centers for Disease...
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...
Tags: Chemical Industry, Coughing, Wheezing, Human Body, Symptoms
It is that time of year again. Yes, spring, and all the wonderful things that come along with it are here. This year has certainly been unusual with such a mild winter and an unseasonably early spring. However, don’t jump the gun too soon. I am...
Tags: Nose, Chemical Industry, Pets, Health, Symptoms
Along with World Breastfeeding Week and National Immunization Awareness, the Kentucky Department of Public Health is observing Child Eye Health and Safety Month in September. This is an important health topic for any age, and especially for children....
It is no secret that I talk to animals, or with them, because I believe they talk back to me in their own way. Every morning, before it gets too hot, I take a walk for about an hour. On these walks, I speak to everyone I pass, be it an older person on...
firstname.lastname@example.orgDiscussion about whether to enact a livestock ordinance was abundant at the Wilmore City Council meeting Monday, but after talking for 40 minutes, the council voted to table the discussion until its next meeting. Wilmore city attorney Robert Gullette...
Tags: Real Estate, Agriculture, Elections, Politics, Health
email@example.comWhile the old adage “bald is beautiful” might appeal to some, for 9-year-old Julieta Mae Garcia, if you were to say that to her, she might give you the stink eye. Garcia, a fourth-grade student at Brookside Elementary School, suffers from...
Tags: Human Body, Hair Loss, Human Interest, Health, Hair and Nails
There is something very special about raising an orphaned puppy or kitten before they are able to eat or drink on their own. You develop a very unique bond with the orphaned pet that will likely last for many years. It is an extremely rewarding experience...
Tags: Human Body, Diarrhea, Pets, Diseases and Illnesses, Physiology
firstname.lastname@example.orgJ.B. Holmes started this year’s PGA Tour superbly, but in recent months his play dropped off for reasons that were very obvious to those around him. “It’s hard to put the ball in the hole when you are seeing three of them (holes),&...
When an elderly loved one has a stroke, they commonly suffer from one or more permanent mental or physical disabilities. Things they once did with ease can become extremely difficult or even impossible. When a stroke patient returns home, he or she will...
When I¿was a youngster growing up in the 1970s and 80s, allergies were almost unheard of. Certainly, if one of your classmates in school had allergies, they were considered to be very unusual. Even then, their allergies were not considered to be serious....
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