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Vaccinated? Those sniffles may mean you can spread COVID-19

You can still spread COVID-19 if you’re vaccinated, so don’t dismiss allergy or cold symptoms — you could make unvaccinated children and others very sick.

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Dementia or normal aging? 5 signs to look for with memory loss

Continuing issues with memory loss can cause a heightened fear of dementia or Alzheimer’s disease.

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Bone health in your 40s

As we age, bone health becomes more important.

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Uncle, nephew each survive strokes just weeks apart and get the same neurosurgeon

In early 2021 the two relatives gained something else in common — they experienced potentially deadly strokes just three weeks apart and were treated by the same neurosurgeon.

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Region’s first doula program of its kind established with $250,000 gift

Goal is to improve health of mothers and babies in high-risk areas of our community

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Ticks in Kentucky – what to watch for

Ticks in Kentucky are a threat year-round, but especially in the summer months

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Norton Brownsboro Hospital receives new Comprehensive Stroke Center certification

Norton Brownsboro Hospital has received certification as a Comprehensive Stroke Center, reflecting the highest level of competence for treating serious stroke events.

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Six years after his glioblastoma diagnosis, a brain cancer survivor and his wife look back

John and Jessica Bostock were in the middle of exciting life changes when John was diagnosed with glioblastoma. Six years later, John and Jessica relay their story of survival and hope.

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5 ways for men to increase energy after 50

Increasing energy after age 50 can be difficult for men as testosterone levels decrease, impacting bone and muscle development and heart health in addition to energy levels.

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Copper IUD: Is it for you?

Intrauterine devices (IUD) are an increasingly popular form of birth control. A copper IUD offers long-term birth control benefits.

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Some sexually transmitted infections have no symptoms

If you are sexually active, you could have a sexually transmitted infection (STI) and not know it. Even without symptoms, you could spread an STI.

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How soon can I leave the hospital after weight loss surgery? How does the day after sound?

Louisville doctor sending some patients home as soon as the day after weight loss surgery

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