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Time for a Summer Road Trip? UKFCU Can Help You Stay Safe and Sane!

Time for a Summer Road Trip? UKFCU Can Help You Stay Safe and Sane!

Millions of Americans will be taking a summer vacation this year; 69 percent of those will involve a road trip, according to the American Automobile Association. In addition to being less expensive, the summer road trip gives everyone a chance to share common experiences and bond together. Even so, even the …

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Male Hormonal Health

Male Hormonal Health

As men age – nearing 30 and beyond – certain issues become more common for them. This includes hormonal imbalances and prostate issues, which are the most prevalent. Besides that, men may encounter a lack of energy and libido, as well as impotence. Male Hormones There are three hormones that …

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This May, Choose To Talk About It

This May, Choose To Talk About It

Life is a series of choices, some of which we make on our own, some of which are made for us. Should I wear the red dress, or the blue? Should I buy the Ford or the Toyota? Should I have the hamburger or the fish for lunch? Should I talk …

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Guard your feet against complications of diabetes

Guard your feet against complications of diabetes

By Dr. Amy Barko, CWSP Lexington Podiatry Diabetes is a serious disease that affects virtually every part of your body, from your heart to your kidneys, from your brain to your toes. If you have diabetes, taking good care of your feet is essential. The most basic and critical thing one …

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Tinnitus (ringing, hissing, roaring), is there really something that can be done?

By Ann L. Rhoten, Au.D., CCC/A Studies suggests about 50 million people in the United States have constant tinnitus. It can be perceived as a variety of sounds, ringing, hissing, roaring, crickets, or music just to name a few. Some people perceive it in the ear and others in the …

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Canine Dermatology

Canine Dermatology

By Frank G. Vice, DVM, BS Pharm A brief review of skin anatomy will help the reader focus on areas of dermatological concern. The skin, hair, pads, toenails and surrounding tissues are developing while the pup is still an embryo.  These tissues are formed in the ectodermal embryonic layer and are …

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Circulation is a two-way street

Circulation is a two-way street

In a few short weeks, thousands of college students across Central Kentucky will be graduating, changing the world and everything in it. The University of Kentucky Federal Credit Union would like to congratulate 2017 college grads (and their parents) on all they’ve achieved already … and all they will achieve in …

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Charging Up for a Healthy Summer

Charging Up for a Healthy Summer

Summer is just around the corner and with it kids’ break from the routine – mornings spent sleeping in, afternoons spent watching summer is just around the corner and with it kids’ break from the routine – mornings spent sleeping in, afternoons spent watching TV or playing video games in the …

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Lexington Clinic Offers Latest Advancements in Mammography

Lexington Clinic Offers Latest Advancements in Mammography

Lexington Clinic Center for Breast Care now offers the latest in breast cancer detection technology with the introduction of tomosynthesis and contrast-enhanced digital mammography. Tomosynthesis, also known as 3-D mammography, provides a better look at the breast than traditional testing. The exam process is similar to an ordinary mammogram, except …

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Underlying Reasons for Limb Swelling

Underlying Reasons for Limb Swelling

By Alyssa Parker Many people may experience complications after an operation due to the significant amount of trauma your body endures. Whether it’s cancer related, non-cancer related, or a minor surgery, patients may develop post-operative symptoms such as swelling in a limb or a particular area of the body. Swelling in …

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