Community members are invited to improve their cardiac age through the Take Time for Your Heart program, offered by the St. Elizabeth Heart & Vascular Institute.
Health & Wellness
If you haven’t heard already then you should know Covington is Awesome, our bicentennial is here, and we have a lot to celebrate on this side of the river.
On Sunday afternoon, Commonwealth Orthopaedic Centers held a community open house at their new office building at 8726 US 42 in Florence.
“I don't mean to brag, I don't mean to boast. But I'm intercontinental when I eat French toast.” – Beastie Boys, The Move
Silver, gray, brown and blue colors blanketed the gently rolling hills of Big Bone Lick State Park in deepest Boone County as nine intrepid Sierra Club hikers contemplated a two-mile winter trek Sa
Arkansas and Kentucky reported the sharpest reductions in their uninsured rates among adult residents since the healthcare law's requirement to have insurance took effect at the beginning of 2014.
February is National Heart Health Month and St. Elizabeth has made it easier on local people to have their heart screened with their Cardiovascular Mobile Health Unit touring Northern Kentucky.
Michigan native Curtis Penix is making plans to complete the entire Boone Trace beginning this March.
By now you’ve hopefully added some walking, body weight or external weight resistance training, and tissue recuperation work to your daily health focused lifestyle.
Kentucky’s decision to expand the Medicaid program is paying enormous dividends in terms of jobs, economic growth, and improved health for the more than 375,000 Kentuckians who signed up last year
Before we get into this week’s lesson, I want to briefly touch on a question I’m often asked by people who have started an workout program but aren’t happy with the results on the scale: I’m workin
New details released this week from the Kentucky Health Issues Poll, conducted last fall by Interact for Health and Foundation for a Healthy Kentucky, indicate that people living in Northern Kentuc
After last week's article on beginning a sustainable exercise program by starting a higher frequency walking regimen, many of you might be thinking the next logical step is to start runni
The Northern Kentucky Health Department has exceed its immunization goals.
In this month long series, I will do my best to help guide you into a plan of wellness that includes being more active and more connected to your body and mind.