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    There’s nothing like springtime in Kentucky. Maybe it’s the beautiful bluegrass, the Kentucky Derby festivities … or the fact that our area has been named “the most challenging place to live with allergies” by the Asthma and Allergy Foundation of America. If you suffer from seasonal allergies, there are ways to survive them and enjoy all Read more...

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    Many of us who are lucky enough to share our lives with little ones — our own or those of family and friends — may be familiar with the children’s book, “Everyone Poops.” This popular little tome reminds those of all ages that there is no reason to be embarrassed to talk about such a vital function, especially when it could save your Read more...

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    More than 7 million people in the United States have undergone total joint replacements to get back mobility and full function of joints like the hips and knees. Most people who undergo joint replacement surgery are able to return to an active lifestyle pain-free with proper rehabilitation and conditioning, including participating in Read more...

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