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What to do if someone is having a stroke

Knowing what to do if someone is having a stroke can have a lasting impact on their recovery. The greatest chance for recovery from stroke occurs when emergency treatment is started immediately. “Stroke treatments are [...]

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Soothing postpartum vaginal soreness

After any vaginal delivery, you may have swelling and discomfort. If you had a vaginal tear or episiotomy with delivery, you may have stitches in the area as well as itching and soreness. “Soreness in […]

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Sure, telehealth is safe, but for one cancer patient it’s just so convenient

Like many cancer patients, Misty Aubrey’s calendar is filled with appointments. She meets regularly with her oncologist, behavioral oncologist and neurologist. To be safer during the height of the COVID-19 pandemic, she stopped meeting her […]

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Gaining skills on the job to rise from entry-level receptionist to office coordinator

Rachel Sheffield started as an entry-level receptionist at a primary care practice. With the help of a 12-week training program, she’s now the office coordinator of a busy urgent care center. Rachel participated in Norton […]

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Louisville native raises money for health care providers’ meals in her hometown

Ellen Werner, a Louisville native living and working in New York City, saw on social media that one of her friends in Charlotte, North Carolina, was collecting donations to purchase meals for health care workers […]

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What to do if someone is having a stroke

Knowing what to do if someone is having a stroke can have a lasting impact on their recovery. The greatest chance for recovery from stroke occurs when emergency treatment is started immediately. “Stroke treatments are [...]

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Soothing postpartum vaginal soreness

After any vaginal delivery, you may have swelling and discomfort. If you had a vaginal tear or episiotomy with delivery, you may have stitches in the area as well as itching and soreness. “Soreness in […]

Read Full Story

Sure, telehealth is safe, but for one cancer patient it’s just so convenient

Like many cancer patients, Misty Aubrey’s calendar is filled with appointments. She meets regularly with her oncologist, behavioral oncologist and neurologist. To be safer during the height of the COVID-19 pandemic, she stopped meeting her […]

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Gaining skills on the job to rise from entry-level receptionist to office coordinator

Rachel Sheffield started as an entry-level receptionist at a primary care practice. With the help of a 12-week training program, she’s now the office coordinator of a busy urgent care center. Rachel participated in Norton […]

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Louisville native raises money for health care providers’ meals in her hometown

Ellen Werner, a Louisville native living and working in New York City, saw on social media that one of her friends in Charlotte, North Carolina, was collecting donations to purchase meals for health care workers […]

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