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


Deep Dish Pizza and HIDDEN NUTRIENTS

Study shows a decline in obesity rates in preschool children; Kentucky ranks 6th in obesity among pre-kindergartners

Raw milk suspected as cause of bacterial infections among four children in Hardin County and one in Oldham County

Generals say obesity is a national-security issue, and the main medical reason 73% of Ky. young adults can't join the service

Medicaid Cuts Could Leave Hundreds of Thousands of Illinoisans Facing Life-Threatening Health Challenges

?The 5-Second Rule? and Food Safety

Join high schoolers around the state on Sept. 19 in taking the 'It Can Wait' pledge not to text while driving

Big papers' Page 1 stories spotlight recovery center for pill addicts, lack of state program for problem gamblers

Stress Reduction Strategies at Sinai

Will Illinois Have Enough Family Physicians Beyond 2014?

Conflicting health stories can cause confusion

Replacing cigarettes with smokeless tobacco reduces disease risk, says U of L prof who's received tobacco-industry funding

New research building at UK will focus on state's health disparities

Many Americans still don't use sunscreen, which has been proven to prevent skin cancer, the most common cancer in the U.S.

Promising tooth varnish that prevents tooth decay will be applied to 25,000 students in 16 Kentucky Appalachian counties

The ?Rate Shock? Myth

Report says hospitals could fund improvements in Ky.'s health

3 universites and federal agency join to improve oral health in Appalachian Kentucky

Health Journalism Workshop offers a host of health-care story ideas from officials, health-care providers, journalists

Danville newspaper's story on Obamacare and Kynect captures the problems and anxiety among the uninsured

Sausage Gravy and Biscuits

Health reform will be difficult to implement, as faceoff between insurers and state official showed

Senate OKs bill to regulate e-cigarettes just like tobacco products

Beshear says Ky. is 'gold standard' for implementing Obamacare, trades shots with McConnell in Washington

Kentucky had the largest decrease, from 2013 to 2014, in percentage of residents without health insurance

Nursing-home industry cited as example of how campaign-funding lobbying interests get what they want from General Assembly

Prostate Cancer Screening At Northwest Hospital

NYC deeply split on Bloomberg plan to ban supersize sodas

Does Your Cab Driver Have Health Insurance? Why Not Ask?

CDC: Ten swine flu cases reported last week were linked to Ohio's Butler County Fair; warns nation's fairgoers to be cautious