|Teen Getting Long-Awaited Kidney
18-year-old Braxton Upthegrove is finally getting a much-needed kidney after his first transplant twelve years ago didn't work.
|"Dancing With the Stars" Lights Up Downtown Lexington
Although the weather may have prevented stars from being seen in the sky, local stars could still be spotted at the downtown Marriott hotel in Lexington Saturday night.
|Cal's Hip Surgery Goes Well
Coach recovering from second hip surgery in ten years. Video
|Urban County Council Member Jennifer Mossotti Recovering From Horseback Riding Accident
9th District Urban County Council Member Jennifer Mossotti fractured her collarbone and suffered facial injuries on Saturday while horseback riding near her home.
|Surgery Time For Cal As WCS Starts To Heal
Cauley-Stein begins road to recovery following ankle surgery. Video
|Richmond 9-Year-Old to Undergo Surgery to Lengthen Leg
A nine-year-old girl from Richmond will undergo an additional surgery to correct her right leg, which is much shorter than her left.
|UPDATE: Lexington Police Officer Undergoes Surgery After Crash
The Lexington police officer. who was hurt in a motorcycle crash had surgery Wednesday. Video
|Full Interview With Dr. Daniel Man
Daniel Man, MD, Board Certified Plastic Surgeon, in Boca Raton, Florida, talks about a new procedure for gynecomastia.
|Rachel Alexandra Progressing Well After Surgery
Veterinarians say Rachel Alexandra, the 2009 Horse of the Year, is healing well after a surgical procedure last Thursday.
|Many Turn To Surgical Procedures In Weight Loss Quest
For some patients, dropping the excess fat is only half the battle. Video
|When To Get Knee Replacement Surgery
More than 600,000 knee replacements are performed in the United States each year, and that number is expected to go up.
|Update: 2009 Horse Of The Year Remains In Serious Condition After Surgery
Rachel Alexandra is standing, but remains in serious condition following surgery related to complications involving the birth of her foal. Video
|Cataracts Technology Gives Kentucky Woman New Vision
Cataracts affect millions of people around the globe, and for many of us they will be a normal part of our aging process. But luckily technology is making it easier than ever to see clearly. Video