Invisible Capes

LOUISVILLE In the movies, the Avengers are a group of superheroes of varying superpowers and talents. They come from countries

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Events – Jun 2021

Lexington Clinic’s Ribbon Cutting Ceremony LEXINGTON Lexington Clinic marked a milestone on May 15 with a ribbon-cutting ceremony to celebrate

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Keeping Women Well for Life

LEXINGTON During her third year at Pikeville College of Osteopathic Medicine, Amy Baker, DO, underwent a life-changing experience— she helped

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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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Frontier Nursing University Increases Diversity and Enrollment

VERSAILLES Meeting your clients and patients where they are has never been more applicable than at Frontier Nursing University (FNU),

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Moving Towards a More Hopeful Future for Pelvic Pain Sufferers

LEXINGTON Pelvic pain and dysfunction are one of the most elusive conditions a woman can experience. In a culture preoccupied

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‘It Is Such a Rewarding Career’

LOUISVILLE While it may be debated as to whether the “dream job” actually exists or is just a fantasy, Traci

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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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Today’s VBAC Options Make ‘Once a C-section, Always a C-section’ Old News

LOUISVILLE When Ann Grider, MD, joined Women First of Louisville in 1998, the pendulum had gone from the long-time assumption

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