How effective is this year’s flu shot?

Flu shots aren’t 100% effective, but they’re a key part of avoiding the bug or lessening the symptoms.

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Learning how to let go of grudges for your health

Author Megan Feldman Bettencourt was the October 2019 speaker at the Norton Healthcare Go Confidently series.

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Art therapist’s breast cancer journey fuels passion to help others with the disease

Norton Cancer Institute art therapist is a breast cancer survivor who uses art and her story to give patients hope.

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Time change and heart attacks: The good news

The Monday after we lose an hour in the switch to daylight saving time is bad for heart attacks. What about switching back to standard time?

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Physician finds peace in helping people get a good night’s sleep

Dr. Karnib specializes in serious respiratory conditions in the intensive care unit and treating outpatients who have trouble getting a good night’s sleep.

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Pathology lab provides expertise in cancer and other conditions

CPA Lab is the Louisville area’s largest pathology lab, with more than 20 board-certified pathologists assessing skin, tumor, blood and other specimens to help physicians and surgeons offer the best treatment for each patient.

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A heart-healthy candy recipe

These no-bake truffles are made with plant-based ingredients, including flaxseed meal and almond milk for fiber and omega-3 fatty acids.

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Antibiotics aren’t always the answer

Norton eCare provides appropriate treatment

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How athletes can make a smooth transition to the next level of competition

When transitioning to the next level, it is important to understand that the road may be rocky. Focus on what you can control.

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Left arm pain: When to worry

Left arm pain doesn’t always mean you’re having a heart attack. Here’s what to watch for.

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Bringing new gynecologic cancer treatments and caring for patients like family

Charles B. Palmer, D.O., has a passion for treating complex gynecologic cancer.

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Bike to Beat Cancer raises more than $525,000 for Norton Cancer Institute

Nearly 1,000 riders registered and 625 people volunteered to help for this year’s ride, which began and ended at Norton Cancer Institute – Brownsboro.

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