• memorial day tips

    Many of us will be throwing a great Memorial Day cookout or a weekend getaway to start off this Summer. Memorial Day signifies the beginning of a season; a time of grilling, baseball and sun tans. Cookouts and travel can sometimes spell disaster for those of us trying to stay healthy. Here are a few tips to keep on track this holiday Read more...

  • dog bite prevention

    Across the nation there are some 800,000 dog bites reported each year. That’s an alarming number! Children and the elderly are especially vulnerable to bites, even from the most innocent of dogs. “Pets, especially dogs, are like family to so many of us,” said Erika Janes, R.N., child advocate with the Children’s Hospital Foundation Read more...

  • breakfast bars

    From Melissa d'Arabian's Recipes For a healthy breakfast (or great on-the-go snacks the whole family will love), try the d'Arabian Family Protein Bars (from Melissa's new  Read more...

  • expired meds

    A bounty of forgotten medications unearthed during a recent spring cleaning marathon sparked me to think of some great movie ideas. The potent painkiller that worked wonders on some excruciating back pain but wreaked havoc in my stomach could star in a rollicking love-hate farce (“Romancing the Kidney Stone”). Then there were the Read more...

  • helmet safety

    Bicycles are considered vehicles according to Kentucky state and local laws and therefore are subject to all the rights and regulations that apply to other vehicles. The same opportunities exist for distraction, accidents and wrecks as when driving or riding in a car. The difference is there is no seatbelt or airbag to help prevent Read more...

  • coping with change

    My parents have always told me that change is the only constant in life. I generally shrugged it off, not knowing what they meant. As I’ve gotten older, I have come to understand how important change is and that how we cope with it is even more important. “We all like to believe that we have more control and power in this life than we Read more...

  • miracle on the field

    CPR saves teen’s life Tanner was born with tetralogy of Fallot, a condition consisting of four abnormalities that together affect the structure of the heart and how blood flows through it. In 1999, Erle H. Austin, M.D., cardiovascular surgeon with Kosair Children’s Hospital Read more...

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