Experts on Aging, Dementia, and Public Health Scheduled for Statewide Aging Conference

LOUISVILLE High-profile experts in aging, dementia and Alzheimer’s research, and public health are headed to Kentucky this spring to speak

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Public Health, Safety, and Access to Care Priorities for Physicians in 2020

The 2020 session of the Kentucky General Assembly kicked off on Tuesday, January 7. As with all even-numbered years, the

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Setting the Pace

LEXINGTON When it comes to the latest advancements and equipment for his patients, interventional cardiologist Mubashir Qazi, MD, doesn’t miss

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Close to His Heart

LEXINGTON You could say it was in his blood. With a mother who was a nurse, Avi Eres, MD, was

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Guidelines for a Healthy Diet

We’ve all been there. It’s a busy day at work, you didn’t have time to pack something before rushing out

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Breathing New Life

LEXINGTON Originally from Pakistan, Iram Nawaz, MD, attended medical school there before coming to the United States for her internal

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It Starts with a Secret

It starts with a secret— a decision you make in the quiet recesses of your own mind. This decision will

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Big Advancements Save the Smallest Patients

OWENSBORO With forty years in the field of perinatology, Thomas Tabb, MD, has seen extraordinary advancements, both in technology and

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Education Leads to Excellent Outcomes

LOUISVILLE. Despite being an interventional cardiologist, director of the Cardiac Catherization Lab (cath lab), and head of the extracorporeal membrane

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Going to Great Pains

LEXINGTON There’s a reason pain is a four-letter word. No one likes it and it sometimes makes us say, well,

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