The Kentucky Hospital Association has reiterated its support of smoke-free workplaces and public places throughout the state in hopes that 2015 will be the year that legislators pass a statewide ba
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Incoming Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell says he still wants to get rid of Obamacare, and the Kentuckian is “under rapidly increasing pressure from conservatives to pursue an aggressive path
Governor Steve Beshear announced a series of improvements to kynect, the state’s health benefit exchange, designed to improve consumer experience and encourage more Kentuckians to enroll in afforda
Raise your hand if you have knee pain.
I’m picturing 50% of you just lifted your arms.
Influenza is a serious health threat in the region, the Northern Kentucky Health Department said this week.
In 2013-2014, more than 1,300 residents were infected, and five people died.
The Kentucky Department for Public Health (DPH) is coordinating multiple efforts related to Ebola preparedness to increase the level of readiness for hospitals, local health departments, other heal
A Diet of Fast Food, Sweet Tea, Bags of Chips, and Cigarettes Led to a Serious Wake Up Call for this 36-Year Old
A fast-food combo meal, plus an extra sandwich and two extra-large sweet teas. That was lunch.
The Kentucky Department for Public Health is warning consumers about the dangers of consuming unpasteurized milk as well as other products that could lead to disease-producing E.
The Kentucky Department for Public Health (DPH) is challenging early child care providers, education professionals, parents and health advocates to join them in the fight to end childhood obesity.
In what at first may just look like an old warehouse, a new cutting-edge training facility has opened in Covington and it has something for every demographic.
How many babies can be gathered at the Boone County Public Library for a group breastfeeding session?
University of Kentucky researchers today harvested the university’s first hemp crop in decades – and one of the first legal crops used in research trials.
Tayshaun Prince returned to Kentucky on Tuesday to help raise the curtain on a new agriculture display at The Explorium of Lexington.