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Lauren Jones: ‘My shot of hope’

I would take anything and do anything to make sure the horrendous pain my mind and body endured from this virus never happens again.

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Fall allergy season is coming

Seasonal allergies are rough for the Ohio Valley

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Parkinson’s disease medications increase or retain dopamine to address symptoms

Parkinson’s disease medications are designed to increase dopamine levels in the brain or slow the breakdown of the brain’s dopamine, lessening the tremors and other symptoms.

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Dementia risk increases dramatically after age 60 — here’s what to watch for

Symptoms of dementia in older adults reflect changes in how their brain works — they may struggle to use a telephone or a television remote control they had mastered long ago.

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Migraine medications for prevention and to reduce pain of attacks

Migraine medications fall into two broad categories: Medications designed to reduce the pain and other symptoms, and those designed to prevent headaches from happening in the first place.

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Retired doctor gets back to her life: Spinal fusion recovery story

Back pain can put a damper on your life, but surgery can help.

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Polycystic ovary syndrome (PCOS) and insulin resistance are related. Changes in your diet can help

Controlling blood sugar through diet and lifestyle changes can help restore hormone balance

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What to eat before weight loss surgery: The liver-shrinking diet

Set yourself up for success with a presurgery eating plan

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New York City resident to spend 9/11 at Bike to Beat Cancer

A New York City resident, Brian Haskel was in the city when hijacked planes crashed into the twin towers of the World Trade Center. He watched them collapse from his home.

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Stay on top of all your vaccines to help protect you, your family and your community

Following the recommended adult vaccine schedule helps you keep track of which shots you need to have updated and which ones can benefit you as you get older.

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Former Lynn’s manager finds passion running new cardiovascular intensive care unit

While managing Lynn’s Paradise Café in Louisville, Kristen Wieder saw firsthand the bond between nurses and a young boy’s family.

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Gearing up for Bike to Beat Cancer, physician reflects on 9/11 Pentagon experience

Sept. 11, 2001, is remembered as a day that brought great tragedy and heartache for our country. It’s also remembered as a day that brought heroic actions and great unity. That’s what Joseph M. Flynn, D.O., MPH, FACP, remembers most about that day.

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