Demand for Medical Nutrition Therapy Increases During COVID-19

LEXINGTON While it’s been over a year since COVID-19 was classified as a pandemic, taking a toll on countries worldwide,

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How to Ask for Help If You’re a Perfectionist

I’m writing a book. There, I’ve said it. So almost five years into the process, I guess it’s actually going

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Obesity Prevention and Weight Loss a Community Effort

FRANKFORT Excess weight and obesity are serious threats to the health and wellbeing of many people. In Kentucky, over 36%

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One Heart, A Team of Doctors

LOUISVILLE Each Monday, the Structural Heart Team at Baptist Health Louisville brings its diverse training, accumulated experience, and individual skill

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Moving Parts and Minds

LOUISVILLE How did the son of an auto mechanic and a hairdresser wind up as a movement disorders and Parkinson’s

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Against the Grain: The Cutting Edge of Migraine Treatments

LEXINGTON While many fourth graders find a science project to be nothing but a headache, Warren Chumley, MD, found it

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The 14th Annual UofL Depression Center Conference Goes Virtual

LOUISVILLE After weak experimental designs of psychedelics research in the 1950s, rampant abuse in the 1960s, and a global ban

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UofL Receives $11.5 Million to Advance Cancer Immunotherapies

LOUISVILLE Cancer remains one of the most difficult and deadly challenges in human health, affecting Kentuckians at a higher rate

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New Kid in (Bards)Town

BARDSTOWN It was a busy summer for Nicolas Burnett, MD. And that goes way beyond anything related to COVID-19. In

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Power and Precision Equals Progress

LOUISVILLE Radiation oncology is a unique amalgamation of medicine and math, physics and physicians, technologies and therapies all coexisting and

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