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Baptist Health Paducah stroke center is changing lives

Why choose Baptist Health Paducah for your stroke care? Baptist Health Paducah has the only certified stroke program in Kentucky west of Owensboro. It is certified by The Joint Commission as a primary stroke center and recently received the Gold … Continue reading

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Could you be living with the ‘silent killer’?

It is estimated that more than one million people are living with undiagnosed abdominal aortic aneurysms. Could you be one of them? At least 95 percent of these can be treated successfully if detected prior to a rupture. Baptist Health … Continue reading

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Get the right MRI the first time at Baptist Health Imaging

Not all MRIs are the same. When our patients need an MRI or other imaging services, we send them to Baptist Health Imaging for high-quality and fast results to avoid expensive re-testing. It’s convenient for the patient with parking near … Continue reading

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Fire up the grill

There’s nothing better than firing up the grill on a summer afternoon – as long as you do it safely. The grill should be considered an extension of your kitchen, and you should practice the same safety tips inside and … Continue reading

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Tick, ticks and more ticks!

How many ticks have you pulled off your pet, child or even yourself this summer? The Baptist Health Line phones have been busy with calls from people concerned about tick bites and prevention. Ticks are small spiderlike animals that bite … Continue reading

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Family, fabric and fishing bring new doctor to the area

Frances Horn, D.O., says it was the 3 F’s that pulled her from Oklahoma to Paducah to become a hospitalist at Western Baptist. “I say I moved here for family, fabric and fishing,” she said. She wanted to be closer … Continue reading

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Lord and Tailor

It’s a New Year and so now’s a good time to break some bad habits and embrace change. It’s also been more than a week since 2013 began and I’m still “tweaking” my resolution.  I might have a problem with … Continue reading

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Eat healthier in the New Year

Is your New Year’s resolution to eat healthier? If so, avoid fad diets or strict rules because they won’t help you reach your long-term goals. Instead, try these sensible steps from Healthcastle.com to change your diet permanently. Fill the plate … Continue reading

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Treating asthma in children

Does your child suffer from asthma? He or she is not alone. Asthma is the most common ongoing illness in children, according to Two Peas in a Pod medical blog. Many children may have one episode as a baby or … Continue reading

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Fingerprints

The fingerprint is such a wonderful mystery. Although man has used it for thousands of years as a unique identifier, how it actually forms is something that researchers haven’t quite put their finger on. Why do some people have arches, … Continue reading

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