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Harrison Memorial opens ‘Cough Clinic’

Since opening March 21st, the Cough Clinic's already busy and it's doing some valuable work.
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Flu activity to increase through holidays

According to Sickweather® predictions, an increase of flu activity nationally started the week of Thanksgiving and will grow until the second week of January.
Salmonella Outbreak

Kentucky among 29 states in salmonella outbreak

Kentucky is one of the 29 states hit by a strain of drug-resistant salmonella, according to the CDC.
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Manage your spring allergies

Spring has sprung...and so has allergy season.

Keeping your pets safe in the heat

Tips on how to protect your pet from the heat that could save its life.

Flu ‘Widespread’: How To Tell If You Have It

You have a sore throat, cough, runny nose and ache all over. Is it just a cold, or is it the flu?

What’s Going Around – Symptoms & Treatment of BPH

ABC 36's Lauren Gawthrop and ER physician Dr. Ryan Stanton discuss the symptoms and treatment of BPH in this week's "What's Going Around."

Doc-On-Call – Ryan Stanton – Warning Signs of Heart Attack

ABC 36's Lauren Gawthrop sits down with our Doc-On-Call, physician Ryan Stanton, to answer a viewer question on heart attack symptoms in this week's "Doctor On Call."

Doc-On-Call – UTI Symptoms – Dr. Ryan Stanton 5-27

ABC 36's Lauren Gawthrop and our Doc-On-Call, physician Ryan Stanton, answer a viewer's question about urinary tract infections, and discuss the symptoms of UTI's.

Dole recalls some spinach after salmonella found in sample

Dole Fresh Vegetables says it's recalling some of its bagged spinach distributed in 13 states as a precaution after a random sample tested positive for salmonella.
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Know the signs: frostbite & hypothermia

The Lexington-Fayette Co. Health Dept. is reminding everyone of the symptoms of frostbite and hypothermia as freezing temperatures continue.

Shigella Infection Reaches Higher Numbers In Fayette County

Health department officials warn of higher number of Shigella than in previous years.

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