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Rena Baer

Heart attack victims in Eastern and Central Kentucky are getting life-saving treatment more quickly, thanks to a national quality improvement study with cooperative involvement from several local hospitals. more

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Mark Cornelison

The new Shriners Hospitals for Children Medical Center is well positioned to serve its patients with numerous kid-friendly features and a close partnership with Kentucky Children’s Hospital. more

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A breakdown of five great neighborhoods in Lexington, each of which strike a balance of various elements that we feel makes a neighborhood “great” – whether that means walkability, school district, sense of community or proximity to cultural... more

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Dr. Wallace Huff uses CAD technology to create customized joints for knee replacement surgeries in Lexington. more

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Mark Shawk figures there are two types of people in the world: those who turn lamps on and those who are turned on by lamps.His business, The Lamp Place, at 662 E. Main St., has depended largely on the latter to make it run for... more

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Corinne LaReau may have opened the doors to her Lexington wellness and movement cooperative, Source on High, less than a year ago, but the catalyst for it began more than 25 years ago,... more

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In a profession where the average tenure is five and a half years, Tony Lewgood is somewhat of an anomaly. He has been at the helm of Lexington’s Shriners Hospitals for Children for 21 years and plans to stay on board at least another... more

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Cooperation, not consolidation, is the force moving Lexington’s Shriners Hospitals for Children from its well-known location on Richmond Road to a new state-of-the-art medical center on the University of Kentucky campus.Instead... more

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For host families, the Fifth Third Tennis Championships is all about “love”When Joanne Wallen played on the professional tennis tour, the British native... more

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