Physician Burnout: MD-Update Q & A with Dr. Shawn Jones

Maintaining physician wellness is critical to our nation for surviving the COVID-19 pandemic. Physician burnout is not new, but it’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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His Big Break

LOUISVILLE Many people struggle for years trying to figure out what they want to do with their lives. That’s not

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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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Focal Point

LOUISVILLE When I think of Nassau, Bahamas, and Cancun, Mexico, I picture white sand beaches, crystal blue waters, and vacation

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A Checkup on Medicaid and Behavioral Health Services

It has been a long time coming, but on March 30, 2016, the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (“CMS”)

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Hope Scarves Donates $50,000 to James Graham Brown Cancer Center

LOUISVILLE Hope Scarves, which provides scarves and stories of hope to women facing cancer, donated $50,000 to the James Graham

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Focus on Neurology

LEXINGTON Neurologists have much hope to offer patients with chronic neurological conditions by using new and aggressive therapies that significantly

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The Patient Is Paramount

LOUISVILLE Consumer-driven healthcare, a model of care that puts the patient at the center, has become the rallying cry across

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Sex and Aging

A couple of weeks ago, the media was all a buzz about pop icon Miley Cyrus’ interview with Matt Lauer

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