Physicians and the Continuum of Life

Given the speed of change of medical information, most of the books I accumulated as a medical student rapidly became

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Preponderance of Evidence

GEORGETOWN Doctors and nurses know a lot. I imagine medical school to be a grueling, hazing onslaught of anatomy, physiology,

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Central Kentucky Heart Ball Returns

LEXINGTON Cardiovascular disease (CVD) has long been the leading cause of death, not just here in Kentucky, but around the

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Doing My Part

GEORGETOWN My ’84 Chevy pick-up truck and I had similar experiences of late. We both went to the shop for

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Multi-Cancer Early Detection

LEXINGTON This year marks the 50th anniversary of President Nixon’s “War on Cancer.” By 2030, cancer is expected to overtake

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“45 Is the New 50”

FRANKFORT The recent change in the U.S. Preventive Services Task Force (USPSTF) guidelines to start colorectal cancer (CRC) screening at

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What the Pandemic Taught Us About the Importance of Diversity in Health Care

Editor’s Introduction: Diversity, equity and inclusion are growing initiatives within healthcare. MD-Update asked Geraldine Young, DNP, APRN, to share her

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Intersexuality and the Care of the Transgender Child

Editor’s Introduction: Culture, medical best practices, and legislation are colliding in the arena of adolescent gender-identity and sexuality. MD-Update asked

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