Summer car safety tips

Every summer, children die from heat stroke because they are unintentionally left in a hot car, with the majority of these deaths occurring in children age 3 and under. I want to remind parents and others they should never leave a child in a car unattended. Infants and small children are not able to regulate their…
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Laurel? Yanny? Which one did you hear?

Recently, there was the social media debate about Laurel or Yanny. Much like the blue and black dress controversy several years ago, it sparked discussion as to which sound was heard, “yanny” or “laurel.” And in case you are wondering, the original sound is…laurel. There are several theories as to why we hear one or the…
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The facts about ticks

It’s that time of the year again! Warmer weather has finally arrived in Kentucky and with it comes ticks. Ticks can be found in wooded areas or spots with high grass. They sometimes can even be found in your backyard and on your pets. To help prevent tick bites, Centers for Disease Control (CDC) recommends the…
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What to do about missing or damaged teeth

Have you ever wondered what to do if you lose a permanent tooth or have a significant space between teeth? Or have you questioned whether you can change a denture or feel more comfortable in a partial or complete denture? In the United States, an estimated 120 million people are missing at least one tooth,…
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