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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A Founding Member of Treating Pain

LEXINGTON For some people, acute or chronic pain is a fact of life. A New England Journal of Medicine article

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KPMA Explores Ways to Improve Access to Mental Health Care Services in Kentucky

LEXINGTON It’s challenging. The need for mental health and substance abuse treatment in Kentucky continues to rise, and there’s already

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Changing the Face of Primary Care in Central Kentucky

LEXINGTON “I feel joy,” says Ryan Brown, MD, when describing how he feels about his new medical practice. “It’s exciting

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Overcoming Obesity Takes a Village

LEXINGTON When it comes to overcoming obesity, it takes a medical village to ensure success. Few understand this better than

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Combining a Forward Focus and Committed Care

LEXINGTON When interviewing four of the physicians from the heart and vascular care department of Saint Joseph Hospital (SJH), the

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The University of Louisville Depression Center Does It the Wright Way

LOUISVILLE For over 25 years, Jesse Wright, MD, PhD, has committed the main body of his work and research to

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Getting the Professional Treatment

LOUISVILLE In a world dominated by 24-hour sports channels, pro-athlete endorsed products, and an increasing pressure to compete at a

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Dispelling the Pain Clinic Myth

LOUISVILLE Unfortunately in the field of pain management, there are still many misconceptions among both patients and healthcare providers. But,

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Targeting Physician Education

LOUISVILLE The mortality rate for lung cancer in Kentucky is 50 percent higher than the national average. The state ranks

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