Health News

Sinai Hospital Earns Coveted Nursing Excellence Award

LifeBridge Health & Fitness Opens Baltimore's First CrossFit Affiliate

Northwest Hospital News - Alan Davis, M.D. named Chief of Surgery

Sinai Hospital One of the Top 50 Neurology and Neurosurgery Hospitals by U.S. News and World Report

LifeBridge Health Launches Facebook Page®

Louis B. Malinow, M.D. Awarded Diplomate Status

Northwest Hospital and Sinai Hospital Nuclear Medicine Departments Receive Certificate of Accreditation

LifeBridge Health Named Best Place to Work for the Third Time

Northwest Hospital Receives $850,000 Gift

Northwest Hospital Doctor Performs Revolutionary New Hand Surgery

Northwest Hospital Clinical Educator Recognized by the American Lung Association of Maryland

Sinai Hospital uses Advanced Radiosurgery to Treat Tumors and Lesions

Know your Numbers to Watch Heart Health

Bariatric Surgery at Sinai Hospital

Pharmacy Robots debut at Sinai

Northwest Hospital Breaks Ground on New Medical Office Building

Straight to the Heart - Sinai?s Heart Center Offers Comprehensive Care

LifeBridge Health?s Top Doctors Featured in Baltimore Magazine

Thrombosis Research at Sinai Hospital


Improving Kentuckians' health will require education, fighting poverty; poor and less educated have poorer health, study shows

Monday, Oct. 10 is World Mental Health Day

Poll indicates Northern Kentucky is having a heroin epidemic

Smart Supermarket Shopping: Limit Processed Foods

Obesity and depression may contribute to daytime sleepiness

Skin cancer: Why it?s Important to Catch this Common Disease Early

Cheetos AND Facts on FOOD DYE

41 percent of the time, Americans go to specialists instead of primary-care doctors for basic health needs, study finds

Kentucky ranks high in prescription drug abuse, but also is a national leader in efforts to fight it, state-by-state analysis says

Republican senator suggests expanding Kynect to other states to help pay state's coming share of Medicaid expansion

Survey finds that 93 percent of hospital executives think Obamacare will improve systems and save costs

Dr. Steven J. Stack of Lexington is sworn in as 170th president of the American Medical Association

Bye-Bye Supersized Drinks?


Lexington is most sedentary city in U.S., Men's Health says

State's commissioners of education and health urge Kentucky's school boards to make their campuses smoke-free

Broad front of officials, health-care leaders hold press conference to promote fighting Rx drug abuse

Impact of Medicaid expansion and Kynect workers are discussed at Friedell Committee for Health's annual meeting

Ohio Gov. John Kasich, defending his Medicaid expansion as he runs for president, can point to lower-than-expected costs

Bankruptcy filing by mental-health agency is a loser for Kentucky, where such services can be scarce and little used

Magic of Life Gala Raises More Than $3 Million

Artichoke "Rice" Salad

Latest Research Indicates Gastric Bypass Most Effective Weight Loss Surgery

Opioid overdose deaths remain a huge concern in poverty-stricken Eastern Kentucky counties; Boston Globe takes note

The Affordable Care Act Will Not Replace Illinois Cares Rx

Prescription pill problem in Kentucky, elsewhere under microscope on NPR program

Roy Butler, 'father of Medicaid' in Kentucky, passes

LifeBridge Health Lives United

Increasingly common heroin addiction overwhelms agencies

U of L, Frazier get $2.2 million for spinal treatment, research