Posts Tagged: UofL Health

UofL Health patients enjoying ease of telehealth appointments

Elizabeth Veneracion was diagnosed with breast cancer in October 2017. Two months later, she had her first chemotherapy treatment at UofL Health – James Graham Brown Cancer Center. “I did chemo, then I had surgery and then I had radiation,” she said. Veneracion is doing well now and recently had her first telehealth appointment. “It…
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Staying positive and strong with these feel-good stories

For some people, these unusual times have created feelings of depression, loneliness and negativity. However, the best of human nature is rising to meet this challenge. With the constant stream of heartbreaking news flooding our phones and televisions as a result of the coronavirus, it might seem challenging to talk about being positive. Yet, staying…
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Cancer in the time of COVID-19

In my role as an oncology social worker, I often talk to people about the stress of getting a cancer diagnosis, how nothing else they have experienced in life was sufficient to prepare them. The shock of it. The fear of what comes next. The worry for the people in your life. It’s true that…
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Follow the ABCs for safe infant sleep

When my daughter was born in 2017, I thought I knew the rules for “safe sleep.” After all, with a job in health care marketing, I shared posts on social media from this very blog about the dangers of SIDS (sudden infant death syndrome), which is often related to unsafe sleep practices. So, what was…
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