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
Health & Wellness
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.
There was a significant increase in the number of heroin overdoses in Northern Kentucky in December 2014.
Every New Year, tens of thousands of Americans make a resolution to lose weight or get in better shape.
The state Senate passed an abortion-related measure by a 30-5 vote today.
Hundreds of heroin overdose reversal kits will soon be on their way to St. Elizabeth Hospitals in Northern Kentucky.
There is a new dentist's office in Independence.
A Northern Kentucky child has died from complications of the flu, the first death reported to the Northern Kentucky Health Department this flu season.
St. Elizabeth Healthcare is inviting community members to improve their cardiac age through the Take Time for Your Heart program, offered by the St.
Kentucky is experiencing flu at a widespread level, meaning that outbreaks or increases in flu-like illness have been reported in at least half the state's regions.