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  Healthy Lifestlyes by Kelli Bonifer
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BJ Hagy sends reminders of warnings on Fidget Spinners

Comments re article 90657 Health Entertainment Link on Fidget Spinners article

BJ HAGY writes:
A warning for these Fidget Spinners. See headline and link for this story: Mum warns parents of dangers of fidget spinners after 10-year-old daughter almost choked to death. One of the stories is at Read more at mum-warns-parents-of-dangers-of-fidget-spinners-after-10-year-old-daughter-almost-choked-to-death/story. - BJ HAGY
Thanks, BJ Hagy Entering "Fidget Spinner Safety" in a Google search brought up several stories about choking incidents when the toys broke apart and one of the spinning wheels or "bearings" came apart. There was a story from CNN on Wednesday, May 17, 2017 about the hazards. Some schools are banning them, some of the search returns said. - CM


2017-05-22 03:06:19 | Comments | Printable version

State Officials Hold Kentucky Zika Summit

Discuss current state of Zika virus threat and response measures
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By Barbara Fox and Beth Fisher
News from Commonwealth News Center

FRANKFORT, KY (May 11, 2017) - Cabinet for Health and Family Services (CHFS) Secretary Vickie Yates Brown Glisson, Kentucky Commissioner of Agriculture Ryan Quarles, representatives from the Kentucky Department for Public Health (DPH), renowned experts and response partners gathered in Lexington today for the 2017 Kentucky Zika Summit.


2017-05-11 09:59:40 | Comments | Printable version

Campbellsville HS to host blood drive - Fri 28 Apr 2017

By Calen McKinney, Public Information Officer
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Campbellsville High School, 230 W Main Street, Campbellsville, KY, will host a blood drive on Friday, April 28, 2017, from 7:30am-1pmCT/8:30am-2pmET. Kentucky Blood Center officials will be on hand to help students, teachers, staff members, parents and community members donate. The goal for the drive is to collect 25 blood donations. Donors must be at least 17 - 16 with parental consent - to be considered for donation. Those who wish to donate should check in at the office, and then make their way to Hamilton Auditorium. For more information, call 270-465-8774. Calen McKinney


2017-04-24 02:14:49 | Comments | Printable version

Celebrate Earth Day - Test Your Home for Radon

Many Areas of State Have High Levels of Radon

FRANKFORT, KY. - (Thu 20 Apr 2017) - As part of Earth Day 2017, the Kentucky Department for Public Health (DPH), within the Cabinet for Health and Family Services (CHFS), is helping to spread the word about the important role the environment plays in your health. DPH encourages Kentuckians to learn more about the potential health effects of radon exposure and how to check your home for this potentially dangerous gas.

"Earth Day is an excellent time to consider the environment, its impact on our health and hazards that may be in our own home," said CHFS Secretary Vickie Yates Brown Glisson. "Radon is the second leading cause of lung cancer next to smoking and is prevalent in many areas of Kentucky. It's time we all learned a little more about radon, how to detect it in our home and what can be done if levels are elevated."


2017-04-20 19:45:28 | Comments | Printable version

Community Baby Fair is 18 Apr 2017 at ACES

there will be gift bags, door prizes and refreshments along with educational booths and speakers with valuable information on pregnancy, parenting and child safety.
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Debbie Cowan

Adair County parents with a baby less than six months old or those that are expecting a new baby are invited to attend the annual Community Baby Fair, 5pm-6:30pmCT, Tuesday, April 18, 2017, at Adair County Elementary School, 870 Indian Drive, Columbia, KY.


2017-04-11 12:09:52 | Comments | Printable version

Tuberculosis remains as a Serious Public Health Concern

TB Day is one of eight World Health Organization recognized observances
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By Doug Hogan & Beth Fisher
News from KY Cabinet for Health & Human Services

FRANKFORT, KY (24 Mar 2017) - As part of its ongoing work to educate the public about tuberculosis (TB) and prevent the spread of the disease, the Kentucky Department for Public Health (DPH), a part of the Cabinet for Health and Family Services, is reminding Kentuckians that todaym Friday, March 24, 2017, is World TB Day.


2017-03-24 05:10:20 | Comments | Printable version

PTs suggests conservative treatment for opioid overuse

The American Physical Therapy Association has launched a national campaign called #ChoosePT to raise awareness about the risks of opioids and the choice of physical therapy as a safe alternative for long- term pain management.

By Jeffrey Buis, PTA & Kyle Salsbury, PT, DPT
Personal Commentary

Making the Choice: Physical Therapy Over Opioids "Physical therapy and other conservative treatments should always be considered first before medication or surgery." And "Don't put anything into your body that's not good for you and don't have surgery unless it is the last resort with all others treatments having been exhausted."

These sound like something our grandparents would have told us, being just good common sense.

It is not a secret that all medications have side effects. This begs the question: Why choose opioid pain killers when physical therapy may be a viable option?


2017-03-20 09:39:41 | Comments | Printable version

Amy Mouser will speak to Adair County Caregivers 1 Feb 2017

Respiratory Therapist Amy Mouser will be the guest speaker at the Adair County Caregivers Support Group meeting starting at 11amCT, Wednesday, February 1, 2017, at the Adair County Extension Building, 409 Fairground Street, Columbia, KY. Her presentation will information for caregivers on patients with respiratory diseases. She will answer questions about breathing challenges, nebulizers, CPAP machines, and provide handouts to take home. The meeting is sponsored by HealthSouth Rehabilitation Hospital. Contact Betty Judd at 270-576-3325. - Betty Judd, HealthSouth Rehabilitation

2017-01-30 00:13:54 | Comments | Printable version

Cold weather increases risk for carbon monoxide poisoning

Generators, heating and cooking devices can be deadly

By Barbara Fox/Beth Fisher

Frankfort, KY - As temperatures drop and the risk for carbon monoxide poisoning increases, Kentuckians are urged to be aware of the dangers of carbon monoxide (CO) poisoning due to improper use of heating or cooking devices.

Items such as kerosene or propane gas stoves and ovens have been used as alternative heat sources indoors, sometimes with tragic results. Since these devices emit a colorless, odorless gas called carbon monoxide as a by-product, improper use can lead to severe cases of carbon monoxide poisoning. The Kentucky Department for Public Health (DPH), which is part of the Cabinet for Health and Family Services (CHFS) advises Kentuckians to follow these steps taken from guidelines issued by the National Center for Environmental Health to prevent carbon monoxide poisoning:


2016-12-15 14:56:06 | Comments | Printable version

Are you at risk for pre-diabetes or being treated for diabetes?

Information from this conference and at these links may be just right to help your family at the start of the new year.

By Linda Waggener


The Adair County WATCH Coalition ended its year with a potluck and a review of the annual Appalachian Diabetes Coalition meetings in Gatlinburg, TN. As a communications member of the group I was privileged to be the Coalition representative at the conference in October.

The messages from all the participating counties and states about pre-diabetes, type two diabetes and our serious health risks are urgent.


2016-12-12 09:44:08 | Comments | Printable version

Dept. of Public Health issues Zika warning to holiday travelers

Zika virus outbreaks continue at warm-weather vacation destinations - precautions urged. DPH urges pregnant women, those who might be pregnant and their sex partners to avoid traveling to areas with ongoing Zika virus transmission.
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By Barbara Fox and Beth Fisher
News from KY Cabinet for Health & Family Services

FRANKFORT, KY (6 Dec 2016) - As mosquito season comes to an end and the holiday and winter travel season begins, the Kentucky Department for Public Health (DPH), within the Cabinet for Health and Family Services, urges pregnant women, those who might be pregnant and their sex partners to avoid traveling to areas with ongoing Zika virus transmission.


2016-12-08 07:26:22 | Comments | Printable version

MSC Men's Soccer Title Match: CU 5. LWC 3

Campbellsville men's soccer wins first-ever Mid-South Conference Tournament title with shootout over Lindsey Wilson, at Jim Ross Field at Warren East High School, before crowd of 216.

By Richard RoBards
News from Campbellsville University

BOWLING GREEN, KY -- Sixth-ranked Campbellsville University dodged bullets all night long, but it was a missile by Yudai Yamauchi in a shootout after 110 minutes of scoreless soccer that gave the Tigers their first Mid-South Conference Tournament Championship tonight at Warren East High School's Jim Ross Field.


2016-11-12 03:21:21 | Comments | Printable version

Q.: Can TJ Health/Columbia admit directly to TJ Glasgow?

Packer writes:
We see the TJ here in Columbia, do the doctors here work for the hospital in Glasgow ? If I have a medical problem that requires surgery or hospital admission do these Columbia doctors have direct access to get me admitted to TJ hospital in Glasgow? - Packer
Thanks I feel certain the Columbia doctors have access - not sure of how direct - to get you admittted to TJ Hospital in Glasgow. We'll appreciate any clarification from TJ staff if not. - EW


2016-10-22 07:47:59 | Comments | Printable version

TJ Health Fair is today, Sat 22 Oct 2016,

By Linda Waggener

TJ Health Columbia will have a community health fair today, Saturday, October 22 from 7amCT to 11amCT at TJ Health Columbia ai 901 Westlake Drive in Columbia, KY. The TJ Health Columbia Health Fair is made possible with support from the Good Samaritan Foundation and the Lindsey Wilson College Nursing Division.


2016-10-22 04:11:57 | Comments | Printable version

Healthful Living Cooking Class Thurs 20 Oct

A Healthful Living Cooking Class will be offered free of charge at 6pmCT, Thursday, October 20, , and will be held every four weeks, at Joy Resource Center, 212 Public Square, Columbia, KY. Participants may enter from the Public Square or on the Ground Floor behind the building. Everyone is welcome to come to the free classes. The speakers will be providing health information and samples of delicious food. Contact: - Alma Jackson, 270-634-1910 or 270-378-4495. -

2016-10-18 11:25:29 | Comments | Printable version



More recent stories in topic Healthy Lifestlyes by Kelli Bonifer
  1. Leaders in Health & Fitness Day at ACES
    Posted: 2016-10-11, Story ID: 86197

  2. Free Flu Shot Clinic in Adair Annex Building today, 5 Oct 2016
    Posted: 2016-10-06, Story ID: 86128

  3. Health Fair blood draws begin October 10 at TJ Health Columbia
    Posted: 2016-09-22, Story ID: 85821

  4. September is Suicide Prevention Month
    Posted: 2016-09-21, Story ID: 85797

  5. Kentucky's early influenza cases reported
    Posted: 2016-09-16, Story ID: 85680

  6. Med Center Health, WKU expand affiliation
    Posted: 2016-08-21, Story ID: 85152

  7. Cumberland Family Medical provides students with free dental care
    Posted: 2016-08-18, Story ID: 85084

  8. Maury: I've chosen a stationary bike
    Posted: 2016-08-08, Story ID: 84876

  9. Two CHS graduates join Campbellsville medical practices
    Posted: 2016-08-08, Story ID: 84856

  10. Oakwood Specialty Clinic hosts grand opening
    Posted: 2016-07-31, Story ID: 84713

  11. JIM: A brush with death
    Posted: 2016-06-17, Story ID: 83878

  12. Adair County has one of highest life expectancies in Kentucky
    Posted: 2016-06-06, Story ID: 83668

  13. Students from ACHS working for Smoke Free Ordinance
    Posted: 2016-06-03, Story ID: 83606

  14. Link: NPR story on mosquito control
    Posted: 2016-05-27, Story ID: 83431

  15. FDA is implementing New Nutrition Facts labels
    Posted: 2016-05-21, Story ID: 83326

  16. May is National Stroke Awareness Month
    Posted: 2016-05-20, Story ID: 83301

  17. Health Fair held at ACPC on Thursday, May 19, 2016
    Posted: 2016-05-20, Story ID: 83290

  18. Ellen Zornes on walking: My two cents worth...
    Posted: 2016-05-11, Story ID: 83076

  19. T.J. Health Columbia Behavioral Unit ribbon cutting today
    Posted: 2016-05-10, Story ID: 83055

  20. Eleveta Sparks: Walking Columbia City Cemetery mileage
    Posted: 2016-05-10, Story ID: 83051

  21. Jelaine Harlow: Loved Mitzi's article on walking at Haven Hill
    Posted: 2016-05-09, Story ID: 83041

  22. What are you up to? Mitzi Bault answers in miles and turns
    Posted: 2016-05-09, Story ID: 83032

  23. State presents its side on reports of reported loss of benefits
    Posted: 2016-04-09, Story ID: 82406

  24. Taylor Regional Hospital to hold Baby Fair in May
    Posted: 2016-04-09, Story ID: 82405

  25. Third case of Zika Virus reported in Kentucky
    Posted: 2016-03-25, Story ID: 82123

  26. TRH to hold Childhood Obesity Awareness Program
    Posted: 2016-03-17, Story ID: 81899

  27. Sherry Spoon speaker Adair Caregivers, 06 Apr 2016
    Posted: 2016-03-12, Story ID: 81744

  28. Change your clocks and check your health reactions
    Posted: 2016-03-11, Story ID: 81734

  29. College age Kentuckians should ensure mumps vaccination
    Posted: 2016-03-10, Story ID: 81677

  30. Jelaine Harlow speaks to Rotary on number of health issues
    Posted: 2016-02-29, Story ID: 81426

  31. Link to WBKO story, video on TJ Health/Columbia
    Posted: 2016-02-23, Story ID: 81269

  32. Fish consumption advisory guidelines updated
    Posted: 2016-02-17, Story ID: 81154

  33. Beshear starts campaign to fight Bevin's moves on health care
    Posted: 2016-02-12, Story ID: 81002

  34. Gov. Bevin names Stephen P. Miller Medicaid Commissioner
    Posted: 2016-02-09, Story ID: 80911

  35. KY Dept. for Public Health issues Zika virus prevention guide
    Posted: 2016-02-03, Story ID: 80735

  36. Voice of America health article says ZICA can be transmitted through sex
    Posted: 2016-02-03, Story ID: 80702

  37. Mary Keltner: Kentucky and Affordable Health Care
    Posted: 2015-11-28, Story ID: 79243

  38. Campbellsville HS students pledge to be organ donors
    Posted: 2015-11-22, Story ID: 79125

  39. Two articles, two sides on Kynect, Medicaid expansion
    Posted: 2015-11-16, Story ID: 78980

  40. Kentuckians are encouraged to get flu shots
    Posted: 2015-09-26, Story ID: 77945

  41. Walking Adair County (Columbia) KY: A personal metric
    Posted: 2015-09-07, Story ID: 77530

  42. Kentucky expanding colon cancer screening rates
    Posted: 2015-08-27, Story ID: 77299

  43. Whitfield announces over $1 Million grant for Burkesville facility
    Posted: 2015-08-12, Story ID: 77034

  44. KY is a leader in reducing number without health insurance
    Posted: 2015-08-10, Story ID: 76985

  45. Gov. Steve Beshear to announce oral health initiative
    Posted: 2015-07-19, Story ID: 76517

  46. KY Bicycle & Bikeway Commission meeting Tue 21 Jul 2015
    Posted: 2015-07-18, Story ID: 76505

  47. Multiple Sclerosis Walk at Holloway, 12 September 2015
    Posted: 2015-07-02, Story ID: 76191

  48. Public Health Department urges more walking this summer
    Posted: 2015-06-21, Story ID: 75992

  49. WRH Auxiliary News from 15 Jun 2015 meeting
    Posted: 2015-06-18, Story ID: 75926

  50. Paddle Adair Trial Event Album, 30 May 2015
    Posted: 2015-05-30, Story ID: 75585

  51. Has Obamacare, and she's paying for it. Liking it.
    Posted: 2015-05-18, Story ID: 75338

  52. Walking Club will kick off 1 April 2015 at Jim Blair Center
    Posted: 2015-03-25, Story ID: 74102

  53. Westlake Regional Hosptial returns to full operation 19 Feb 2015
    Posted: 2015-02-18, Story ID: 73298

  54. Dr. Giles & Associates open limited hours Wed 18 Wed 2015
    Posted: 2015-02-18, Story ID: 73268

  55. Westlake schedule/announcement for Wed 18 Feb 2015
    Posted: 2015-02-17, Story ID: 73249

  56. Westlake Regional Hospital schedules for today
    Posted: 2015-02-17, Story ID: 73220

  57. Downey Eye Clinic, Columbia, KY closed today
    Posted: 2015-02-16, Story ID: 73181

  58. Health/Link: NYTimes.com: Why Drugs Cost So Much
    Posted: 2015-01-15, Story ID: 72500

  59. Healthy Lifestyles Link: New rules limit hospital collection tactics
    Posted: 2015-01-12, Story ID: 72437

  60. Health/Link: NYT on Kentucky's Health Plan, obstacles, successes
    Posted: 2014-12-30, Story ID: 72181

  61. KY Public Health reporting widespread flu activity
    Posted: 2014-12-12, Story ID: 71825

  62. Marion Co., KY selected as a HeartSafe Community
    Posted: 2014-12-04, Story ID: 71662

  63. Open enrollment for kynect: 15 Nov 2014 to 15 Feb 2014
    Posted: 2014-11-17, Story ID: 71246

  64. Harrodsburg native Elizabeth G. Burton joins Lifeline Homecare
    Posted: 2014-10-30, Story ID: 70789

  65. LWC offers program for sleeping more soundly
    Posted: 2014-10-21, Story ID: 70558

  66. KY Dept for Public Health leading state Ebola preparedness
    Posted: 2014-10-16, Story ID: 70468

  67. Westlake Hospital in Nation's top 100 for Patient Experience
    Posted: 2014-10-14, Story ID: 70428

  68. Blood draws at Westlake Regional Hospital Health Fair: 2,209
    Posted: 2014-10-06, Story ID: 70241

  69. WRH Health Fair Saturday, 4 Oct 2014 will be much bigger
    Posted: 2014-10-03, Story ID: 70166

  70. What happened after Adair W.A.T.C.H Coalition challenge
    Posted: 2014-09-30, Story ID: 70100

  71. Link: Ky.Com on Affordable Healthcare Act effect on jobs
    Posted: 2014-09-28, Story ID: 70050

  72. WRH To Receive Telemedicine Equipment Through Grant
    Posted: 2014-09-25, Story ID: 69983

  73. Moonshine 5K Run/1 mile walk is Sat, 11 Oct 2014
    Posted: 2014-09-22, Story ID: 69902

  74. Gov. Beshear announces funding to extend Town Branch Trail
    Posted: 2014-09-17, Story ID: 69803

  75. Smoking Cessation Program begins 15 Sep 2014
    Posted: 2014-09-11, Story ID: 69673

  76. WRH Women's Health Grand Opening this Thurs, July 31
    Posted: 2014-07-28, Story ID: 68743

  77. Bike Ride to FM2 from Patty's, Vester, Sat., May 25, 2014
    Posted: 2014-05-23, Story ID: 67502

  78. John Howery: Moderation in all things
    Posted: 2014-05-22, Story ID: 67477

  79. HealthLink: The Heart Association's junk science diet
    Posted: 2014-05-22, Story ID: 67470

  80. CJE proclaims May 11-17 hospital week in Adair Co., KY
    Posted: 2014-05-13, Story ID: 67291

  81. Adair Elementary School students on the right track with physical fitness...
    Posted: 2014-05-01, Story ID: 67041

  82. Community Walking Club kickoff event: May 12, 2014 at Jim Blair
    Posted: 2014-04-30, Story ID: 67023

  83. Food Allergies: Tick bite may result in allergy to meat
    Posted: 2014-04-17, Story ID: 66753

  84. Governor signs bill banning sale of e-cigarettes to kids
    Posted: 2014-04-14, Story ID: 66674

  85. Gov. Beshear signs Cannabidiol bill
    Posted: 2014-04-10, Story ID: 66578

  86. The Pines is hosting a Men's League each Thursday
    Posted: 2014-04-10, Story ID: 66555

  87. Oldham Co. is healthiest in KY; Adair is 48th, report says
    Posted: 2014-03-29, Story ID: 66325

  88. KyHealthNow to monitor, measure efforts to improve health
    Posted: 2014-03-28, Story ID: 66301

  89. Kosair Bicycle Safety Rodeo held at ACES
    Posted: 2014-03-25, Story ID: 66232

  90. HealthLink: NYT story on E-Cigarettes
    Posted: 2014-03-25, Story ID: 66224

  91. Nurse Practioners get expanded prescriptive authority
    Posted: 2014-02-27, Story ID: 65608

  92. Trail Town meeting coming up March 13, 2014
    Posted: 2014-02-20, Story ID: 65460

  93. Extension Service, Health Dept. present: Dining with Diabetes
    Posted: 2014-02-18, Story ID: 65396

  94. CJE Ann Melton reminds uninsured Adair Countians of service
    Posted: 2014-02-04, Story ID: 65063

  95. London (KY) hospital to pay $16.5 million medicaid settlement
    Posted: 2014-01-29, Story ID: 64918

  96. HEALTH INSURANCE: Kynectors doing brisk business at Annex
    Posted: 2014-01-17, Story ID: 64654

  97. Flu Level raised to widespread in Kentucky
    Posted: 2014-01-07, Story ID: 64470

  98. kynect Milestone: 100,000 Enrollees
    Posted: 2013-12-24, Story ID: 64152

  99. kynect enrollments up 16% since Thanksgiving Week
    Posted: 2013-12-09, Story ID: 63868

  100. kynect ready for post-holiday surge of web traffic
    Posted: 2013-11-28, Story ID: 63631

  101. Kentucky Health Exchange enrollment tops 40,000
    Posted: 2013-11-08, Story ID: 63181

  102. Food stamp cut may put pressure on local food pantries
    Posted: 2013-11-08, Story ID: 63164

  103. FDA takes step to further reduce trans fats in processed foods
    Posted: 2013-11-07, Story ID: 63150

  104. Farmer's Market on the Square: What's here Sat. Oct. 26, 2013
    Posted: 2013-10-26, Story ID: 62910

  105. More than 26,000 enrolled in health coverage through kynect
    Posted: 2013-10-25, Story ID: 62897

  106. Adair Health Dept. has limited stock of high dose flu vaccine
    Posted: 2013-10-25, Story ID: 62894

  107. Link/Healthy Lifestyle: The Insurance salesman in chief
    Posted: 2013-10-22, Story ID: 62831

  108. Joe Hare poses questions on Health Fair prices
    Posted: 2013-10-20, Story ID: 62787

  109. Jonathan Miller says: Obamacare is winning in Kentucky
    Posted: 2013-10-17, Story ID: 62736

  110. Baughman Lecture at LWC: Top 10 List for Healthy Lifestyle
    Posted: 2013-10-15, Story ID: 62694

  111. Almost 18,000 applications Affordable Health Insurance
    Posted: 2013-10-05, Story ID: 62476

  112. More than 1 million page views on Kynect since launch
    Posted: 2013-10-02, Story ID: 62390

  113. Kentuckians eager to find Affordable Health Care immediately
    Posted: 2013-10-01, Story ID: 62367

  114. Affordable Health Care available for KY's 640,000 uninsured
    Posted: 2013-10-01, Story ID: 62357

  115. WRH 2013 Health Fair Screenings Tues., Oct. 1, 2013
    Posted: 2013-09-30, Story ID: 62350

  116. Westlake Hospital 2013 Health Fair Health Screen Schedule
    Posted: 2013-09-23, Story ID: 62149

  117. Roundup: You decide
    Posted: 2013-09-10, Story ID: 61820

  118. Adair County has another smoke-free dining option
    Posted: 2013-09-04, Story ID: 61712

  119. Grassroots program reduces crashes, fatalities, in Pike Co., KY
    Posted: 2013-09-04, Story ID: 61700

  120. Kentucky increases number of permanent RX disposal locations
    Posted: 2013-08-28, Story ID: 61572

  121. Beshear celebrates opening of kynect customer service center
    Posted: 2013-08-16, Story ID: 61333

  122. One year in, landmark prescription drug bill shows huge impact
    Posted: 2013-07-27, Story ID: 60932

  123. Adair Co. School District campus smoke-free
    Posted: 2013-07-01, Story ID: 60458

  124. One isn't forced to eat carbohydrates -
    Posted: 2013-06-26, Story ID: 60370

  125. Cooper-Clayton Smoking Cessation Classes start July 25, 2013
    Posted: 2013-06-21, Story ID: 60263

  126. Friends of Little Cake Bicycle Ride will be June 22, 2013
    Posted: 2013-06-20, Story ID: 60247

  127. Whooping cough, or Pertussis, is circulating in community
    Posted: 2013-06-18, Story ID: 60204

  128. Westlake Regional Hospital reports profitable April
    Posted: 2013-05-29, Story ID: 59828

  129. WRH Mental Health Fair is July 6, 2013
    Posted: 2013-05-24, Story ID: 59745

  130. Historical Quest: The experience of the W.A.T.C.H group
    Posted: 2013-05-18, Story ID: 59641

  131. National Bike Month is May 13-17, 2013
    Posted: 2013-05-16, Story ID: 59604

  132. Family Fun and Fitness Challenge offered by Adair W.A.T.C.H.
    Posted: 2013-05-14, Story ID: 59574

  133. Gov. Beshear expands health coverage to over 300,000
    Posted: 2013-05-09, Story ID: 59460

  134. Jelaine Harlow applauds decision to have RFL to the Square
    Posted: 2013-05-09, Story ID: 59456

  135. Gov. Beshear signs bill for schoolchildren with severe allergic reactions
    Posted: 2013-04-23, Story ID: 59069

  136. Kentucky ranks 2nd in U.S. for childhood immunizations
    Posted: 2013-04-22, Story ID: 59055

  137. Campbellsville Trail Town task force receives grant
    Posted: 2013-04-10, Story ID: 58808

  138. Reade Heskamp says CPAP machine works for him
    Posted: 2013-04-02, Story ID: 58619

  139. HealthLink: Obesity most urgent health problem?
    Posted: 2013-03-08, Story ID: 58081

  140. Health Link: Mooching off Medicare story NYT
    Posted: 2013-03-04, Story ID: 57995

  141. New badge: WKU unveils Institute for Rural health
    Posted: 2013-02-26, Story ID: 57858

  142. HealthyLivingLink: NYT story on School Snack Food
    Posted: 2013-02-02, Story ID: 57366

  143. Westlake Regional Hospital still meets medical needs
    Posted: 2013-01-17, Story ID: 56995

  144. Flu Vaccine available on first-come, first-served based
    Posted: 2013-01-16, Story ID: 56991

  145. 'Organ Donor' designation to be available on driver's license
    Posted: 2013-01-16, Story ID: 56987

  146. CWC has $500 goal for fight against leukemia
    Posted: 2013-01-16, Story ID: 56974

  147. Pain clinic owner arrested in Springfield, KY
    Posted: 2013-01-15, Story ID: 56961

  148. Health Solutions will open Monday, January 7, 2013
    Posted: 2013-01-05, Story ID: 56758

  149. This just in: Ronnie P. Rogers will make basketball comeback
    Posted: 2010-12-12, Story ID: 41115

  150. Baseball Banquet at Roadside Park, June 11, 2010
    Posted: 2010-06-02, Story ID: 37238

  151. Major Leaguer Josh Anderson speaks at Columbia Baptist
    Posted: 2009-12-02, Story ID: 33539

  152. Adair takes over No. 2 spot in 7-county 2009 deer hunt
    Posted: 2009-11-29, Story ID: 33476

  153. LWC Men's Soccer wins MSC Tournament Championship
    Posted: 2009-11-14, Story ID: 33147

  154. LWC Wrestling finishes 2nd at Patriot open
    Posted: 2009-11-01, Story ID: 32907

  155. LWC Baseball's doubleheader today postponed
    Posted: 2009-03-11, Story ID: 28111

  156. LWC Men's Basketball suffers 79-46 loss to Georgetown
    Posted: 2009-02-22, Story ID: 27754

  157. Dental screening program held at Col. Wm. Casey
    Posted: 2008-09-11, Story ID: 24961

  158. Second Sunday planning meeting tonight at Extension Office
    Posted: 2008-09-11, Story ID: 24953

  159. ACHD has two flu clinics set, Oct. 1 & 8, 2008
    Posted: 2008-09-09, Story ID: 24932

  160. Support for the idea of Reclaiming Burkesville Street growing
    Posted: 2008-08-11, Story ID: 24457

  161. One year celebration for Tumble Town, Sat. Aug. 9, 2008
    Posted: 2008-08-08, Story ID: 24417

  162. New class to stop smoking starting at Adair Health Dept.
    Posted: 2008-08-03, Story ID: 24349

  163. 2008 Adair Co. Baseball Banquet
    Posted: 2008-06-17, Story ID: 23654

  164. One Adair Countian's battle with Multiple Sclerosis
    Posted: 2008-04-05, Story ID: 22534

  165. GIGO: Diary of a Recycler March 1, 2008
    Posted: 2008-03-02, Story ID: 21938

  166. Adair County Boys at Bardstown this evening
    Posted: 2008-02-19, Story ID: 21742

  167. Pinewood Country Club 2008 Schedule of Golf Events
    Posted: 2008-02-12, Story ID: 21612

  168. Governor's program begins spring effort to get Kentuckians moving
    Posted: 2006-03-28, Story ID: 13624

  169. Poison Prevention at Home is theme of Kelli Bonifer's Extension News
    Posted: 2006-03-21, Story ID: 13572

  170. Improvement in health habits is a growing trend in Adair County
    Posted: 2005-10-26, Story ID: 12554

  171. Adair Countians get moving as state focuses on health
    Posted: 2005-04-01, Story ID: 11802

  172. Anyone can join ''Get Moving Adair County!'' in March
    Posted: 2005-02-25, Story ID: 11694

  173. Eliminate mold by controling moisture
    Posted: 2004-07-04, Story ID: 11180

  174. Overweight children at more risk for major diseases
    Posted: 2004-03-27, Story ID: 11072

  175. Flu symptoms could be caused by food germs
    Posted: 2003-10-12, Story ID: 10903

  176. Cool off with a salad -- but keep it germ free
    Posted: 2003-08-15, Story ID: 10802

  177. Recipe corner: Red Potato Salad
    Posted: 2003-07-13, Story ID: 10746

  178. June is Mens Health Month
    Posted: 2003-06-24, Story ID: 10719

  179. Body and mind benefit from regular exercise
    Posted: 2003-05-23, Story ID: 10662

  180. Healthy Lifestyles by Kelli Bonifer
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  181. How to win the weight game
    Posted: 2003-04-03, Story ID: 10588

  182. Healthy Lifestyles by Kelli Bonifer
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