ISSUE 144: Special Section

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Complementary Care

Solutions for a Sound Mind

LEXINGTON Argentine-native Iris Gutierrez, LCSW, received her Master’s degree in social work from the University of San Luis in Argentina and moved to Kentucky in

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Fighting Cancer with Food

LEXINGTON Betty Simms, MAEd, RD, LD, outpatient oncology dietitian with Baptist Health Lexington, graduated from the University of Kentucky with a bachelor’s degree in dietetics,

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Chemotherapy and Hearing Loss

It has long been known that the chemotherapy drugs and radiation needed for the treatment of cancer can damage one’s hearing. And, hearing loss interferes

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Hearing Loss and Teens

Hearing loss is one of those health concerns that people tend to associate more with the elderly, but the reality is it is a problem

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Counseling Is the Extra Ingredient

LOUISVILLE “It’s not brain surgery; it’s stomach surgery,” says Melissa Moody, LCSW, behavioral weight management specialist at Norton Weight Management Center. Many of her clients

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Diabetes and Hearing Loss

LEXINGTON Over 30 million people in the United States have diabetes, and between 90–95% of those have Type 2 diabetes, which can develop at any

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Hearing and Your Heart

LEXINGTON Did you know that hearing loss can be connected to heart disease? This is due to a connection between heart disease and reduced blood

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Senior Health and Hearing Loss

LEXINGTON Imagine being cut off from communication with your loved ones. Conversations happen around you, but you can’t really participate like you used to. It

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