We tend to think of mosquitoes as simply a pest—an annoyance during an evening out on the patio or an unwelcome guest on a hike or camping trip.
Health & Wellness
I hear these words uttered quite frequently from clients during out consultation: “I know what to eat, I just don’t eat it.”
Though I am not the first, I do want to congratulate all those who partook in the Flying Pig half- or full-marathon. What a huge endeavor.
When it comes to offering the best health care to residents of Northern Kentucky, it has to be rooted in the people. That’s what inspired Julie Dusing to become a volunteer at St.
Christina Rust, Maternal Child Health Education Specialist with St.
The Northern Kentucky Health Department released a report on Wednesday that outlines the accomplishments of the smoking ban adopted in Kenton County in 2011, which prohibits smoking in public build
Gerry Tolbert, MD, has joined the Northern Kentucky Health Department as Medical Director.
Registration is now open for the annual HeartChase NKY, a family-friendly amazing race that benefits the American Heart Association.
St. Elizabeth Physicians is hosting a dermatology and aesthetics open house on Wednesday, April 20 from 6 to 8 p.m. at its Florence office on Turfway Road.
Whooping cough cases in Northern Kentucky are now at a record level, health officials said Monday.
St. Patrick’s Day: the annual celebration filled with green beer, green eggs and green…everything!
The YMCA of Greater Cincinnati has received a $1 million gift from St. Elizabeth Healthcare to support the new Healthy Living Center at the R.C. Durr YMCA, located in Burlington.
It started as a small slip-up, when Dr. Patrick Burns, a family medicine practitioner with St. Elizabeth Physicians’ Covington office, forgot Giving Tuesday last December.
Is it just me or does New Year’s Day seem like just yesterday?
Northern Kentucky streets and sidewalks are consistently littered with discarded cigarette butts.