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Tips for planning meals on a budget:

Tips for planning meals on a budget

Kellie McKinney, MS | Healthy Lifestyle columnist | Co-Founder of Two Nutrition Nuts Meal planning is great for saving time, but, ideally, it should save you money, as well. When you’re on a strict budget, meal planning can be quite the task. If you don’t have much money to work with …

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Non-steroidal treatment for painful foot and ankle conditions

Non-steroidal treatment for painful foot and ankle conditions

By Dr. Nicole Freels, FACAOM – Lexington Podiatry Have you ever wondered how an athlete can recover so quickly from a foot or ankle injury? Sometimes, it seems almost miraculous. One minute, they’re being carted off the field and then, two weeks later, they are back in the game playing …

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Your Attitude Determines Your Competence

Your Attitude Determines Your Competence

Life-giving Attitude Part Three: Do It Afraid. By Alex Anderson, Senior Associate Pastor at Bayside Community Church Jeff was a bit quiet for me. It took a little while to get him going, but we eventually clicked. He was a really smart guy. The company he worked for gave him …

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Get the most out of your hearing aids by using them!

Get the most out of your hearing aids by using them

By Ann L. Rhoten, Au.D., CCC/A Kentucky Audiology and Tinnitus Services I am constantly shocked by the number of new patients who come to my office who already have hearing aids that they never wear! Why? Because they didn’t fit right, weren’t comfortable, were of poor quality, or they didn’t …

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Okinawan Diet: Eating for Health and Longevity

Okinawan Diet

Okinawa is the largest island in the Ryukyu Islands in Japan.  The people that live there are known to live the longest and healthiest lives of any culture.  Their eating and living practices are easy to follow and can help us create the same longevity in our own lives. What Okinawans …

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Swim Curriculum Changes Take Effect this Month at the Y

Swim Curriculum Changes Take Effect this Month at the Y

Swimming isn’t just a recreational activity. It’s a skill that saves lives. Swimming lessons – for kids and adults – are essential as they instill both an appreciation for water safety AND the knowledge and skills needed to survive in the water. As the largest provider of swimming lessons in …

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Life Doesn’t Have to Fade With Memories

Life Doesn’t Have to Fade With Memories

It’s estimated that as many as 5.5 million people in the U.S. suffer from Alzheimer’s disease or an age-related dementia. The majority – as many as 80 percent, according to the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention – receive care in their homes. Some 15 million Americans, most of whom …

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September is Ovarian Cancer Awareness Month – Ovarian Cancer: Silent but Deadly

Ovarian Cancer

Ovarian Cancer is one of the most deadly of women’s cancers. Each year, approximately 21,980 women will be diagnosed with ovarian cancer. In 2014, approximately 14,270 women will die in the United States from this disease. It is estimated by the World Health Organization IARC department that there are over …

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Regenerative Stem Cell Therapy now available in Lexington

Regenerative Stem Cell Therapy now available in Lexington

By Caitlin Gerrald, PA-C – Millpond Integrative Health and Wellness Center At Millpond Integrative Health and Wellness Center of Lexington, we devote much of our time and passion to treating chronically ill patients – especially those in pain. We’re proud to offer a wide range of holistic treatments that are …

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Elevated PSA? Know Your Options

Elevated PSA? Know Your Options

Prostate cancer is a very common condition affecting men, primarily those over the age of 65. The American Cancer Society estimates 161,000 new cases of the disease will be diagnosed in 2017. Fortunately, prostate cancer is usually slow growing and does not present a major health hazard to most men. …

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