No More Suffering in Silence

LOUISVILLE The field of urogynecology is one of the lesser-known specialties—among both medical professionals and the general public—which means many

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Adjusting Sails in Stormy Seas for Better Mental Health

LOUISVILLE Stephen Taylor, MD, medical director at UofL Health – Peace Hospital, has a holistic approach to mental and emotional

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When Your Mission Is Healthy Hearts, Failure Is Not an Option

LOUISVILLE NASA control director Gene Kranz is often credited for saying, “Failure is not an option.” He claims those exact

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Generations of Care

LEXINGTON For some people, acute or chronic pain is a fact of life, but expert physicians and specialists can help

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“It’s Just Scar Tissue, No Big Deal” Wrong!

LEXINGTON The achy jointed weekend warriors and active seniors of our modern culture often need more than physical therapists and

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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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How to Get to a Breakthrough without Having a Breakdown

“Why do you keep going back if it’s making you feel worse?” my boyfriend asked. We were talking about one

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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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