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The renovation of the former Dillard's location at Turfland Mall on Harrodsburg Road will provide for consolidation and relocation of some of primary care and specialty outpatient clinics.
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Researchers from the University of Kentucky and the Sanders-Brown Center on Aging have been awarded the 2014 Asao Hirano Prize for their GWAS study on neurodegenerative disease.
Two researchers from the University of Kentucky have demonstrated a connection between sensitivity to light or noise and increased emotional symptoms in teens who have suffered a concussion.
Classic cars spanning from the earliest motor vehicles to futuristic racers will be on display this weekend during the Keeneland Concours d'Elegance, which raises funds for the Kentucky Children's Hospital.
Even a single, acute episode of back pain can leave small but consequential impairments that can lead to further incidents or chronic pain. It's important to be proactive in keeping your back pain from becoming serious.
Young patient Kheejee Shaheen's surprising progress after suffering from an anoxic brain injury gives Dr. Erika Erlandson hope for all her rehabilitation patients.
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