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Contributing columnistEspecially during this time of year, children are exposed to many infectious diseases, and may come home with a fever. This is not a reason to cause extreme worry as not all fevers call for immediate treatment. Fever is one of the most common reasons for...
Tags: Common Cold, Earache, Diseases and Illnesses, Flu, Fever
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...
Many of us were very pleased to cruise through this past winter without having to shovel snow, thaw out car door locks, spread salt or worry about someone falling on ice. However, it seems like there is always a price to pay for having it easy. In this...
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, Pets, Sneezing, Allergies, Physical Conditions
firstname.lastname@example.orgOfficials from the Lincoln County Board of Education have confirmed that two kindergarten children from Stanford Elementary School are suffering fromE. colipoisoning. “They are very sick,” Superintendent Karen Hatter said. Both children are...
Contributing columnistFebruary is American Heart Month, so you should take this opportunity to better understand the symptoms and warning signs of a heart attack. A heart attack is the result of a blockage in the heart’s arteries, which can reduce or completely cut off...
Dear Editor, The very rich now pay some of the lowest tax rates in history. Doesn’t that bother you? What would Jesus say? How can people who make millions and billions be taxed at a lower rate or the same rate as those who do the real work, the...
Tags: Slavery, Social Issues, Symptoms, John Wesley, Health
email@example.comIn just two years after going commercial, MediVet America’s headquarters in Nicholasville has seen exponential growth with no sign of slowing down. The privately owned company is one of a handful of developers and researchers worldwide working on...
County coronerSeptember through May is the typical season for becoming infected with the flu or influenza virus. Most of us know a little about it, but we all should be aware of certain facts, such as how we get the flu, how its spread, and how we can prevent it. The...
County coronerThe notion of a loved one ending their life at their own hand is one that most of us will never be able to comprehend. However, here in Jessamine County, as well as the rest of the state, and for that matter the country, suicide has become more...
Watching your pet have a seizure is one of the most difficult situations to ever experience. You feel totally helpless as your pet lays on the floor shaking uncontrollably, salivating and losing control of their bodily functions. The violent nature of...
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