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Congratulations to: Shannon Bishop Arvin, named president and CEO of Keeneland. Alex Boone of Lexington, appointed as a member and Vice Chair of the Kentucky Horse Park Commission. Donna Amaral-Phillip of the University of Kentucky Department of Animal and Food Sciences, honored with the 2020 DeLaval Dairy Extension Award by the American Dairy Science Association.…MORE

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Congratulations to: Fernanda Rubi Diaz Ramirez of Leestown Middle School, who took first place in Division 2 of the 2020 Student Poetry Contest sponsored by the Kentucky State Poetry Society. Jeanne Devers,Bluegrass Community and Technical College, TPM Champion in the Talent Pipeline Management Program through the Kentucky Chamber WorkForce Center. Mariko Barnes of Lafayette High…MORE

Older Americans Say They Miss Hugs From Loved Ones During COVID-19 Lockdown

By Allison Sadlier /SWNS–Half of Americans 65 and over confessed to missing the physical intimacy of hugs during COVID-19, a new survey revealed. Fifty-seven percent are eagerly awaiting the chance to embrace a loved one as soon as they can. The survey also showed that this population is also craving time with family (48%), their…MORE

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Congratulations to: Eric Hale, named principal of Bryan Station High School, and Twanjua Jones, named new principal of Morton Middle School. Debbie Schumacher and Judy Papania, named Volunteers of the Month for CASA of Lexington. Laura Crance of Booker T. Washington Elementary, LaDonda Porter of Beaumont Middle School and Danielle Dailey of Frederick Douglass High…MORE

Video:  The Doc is In–By Stanton MD

Video: The Doc is In–By Stanton MD

The Doc Is In – "Shingles" Shingles are a reactivation of the chickenpox virus in the body, causing a painful rash. Anyone who's had chickenpox may develop shingles. It isn't known what reactivates the virus. In this, "The Doc Is In" segment, Emergency Physician, Dr, Ryan Stanton introduces us to a man that contracted the…MORE

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Congratulations to: Thomas Polites of Lexington and Tanya Priddy of Georgetown, appointed as Administrative Law Judges in the Department of Workers’ Claims. Jacqueline Burnsdie of Berea and  Phillip Prokes of Lexington, named to the Standards and Assessments Process Review Committee. Jaqethea Z. Johnson of the Univesity of Kentucky, named undergraduate student vice president for National…MORE

Poll: Has Pandemic Changed How Americans Feel About Health Care?

(SWNS)–Three-quarters of Americans agree that the COVID-19 pandemic is a sign that the U.S. should adopt a universal health care system, according to a new survey. The survey of 2,000 Americans, which was conducted by OnePoll, asked about their opinions on the COVID-19 pandemic and how well they believe the U.S. government has handled the crisis.…MORE

We Need Accountability Partners to Live Healthy, Study Says

By Zoya Gervis // SWNS–Half of Americans rely on their partners to keep them accountable for living a healthy lifestyle, according to new research. Doing it alone can be difficult, and according to the new poll, 68% of Americans say they need someone to hold them accountable for making healthy choices — with nearly six…MORE