Posts By: UofL Physicians

Don’t let your food spoil your summer

Picnics, potlucks, family reunions, barbecues, snacks at a ballgame or festival, or even weekend grilling is something many of us enjoy during the summer months. Enjoying time with family and friends outside during the warmer temperatures may be great for you, but how does it affect your food? This infographic from FoodSafety.gov has good advice to help…
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Tips for protecting your hearing this July 4th

The July 4th holiday is full of meaning and celebration. If you plan on enjoying a concert or fireworks show this July 4th, take note of these tips to help protect your hearing.     Worried about your hearing? Schedule a hearing consult with UofL Physicians-Audiology today.   SOURCE: American Speech-Language-Hearing Association

End child abuse

While child abuse is a difficult subject to talk about – the need is too great to keep quiet. In 2013, nearly 18,000 children in Kentucky were identified as victims of child abuse. Kosair Charities launched the Face It Movement in 2013 in response to the increasing number of child abuse deaths in Kentucky. The…
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How your thyroid impacts your health

According to the American Association of Clinical Endocrinologists an estimated 15 million Americans have undiagnosed thyroid problems. The American Thyroid Association says that your thyroid gland (a small, butterfly-shaped gland located in the base of the neck just below the Adam’s apple) “produces thyroid hormones which help the body use energy, stay warm and keep the brain, heart,…
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