September most dangerous time for asthma

Who doesn’t look forward to fall— cooler days, school activities and countless ways to enjoy the outdoors. The last thing your child needs during this busy time of year is an asthma attack. Unfortunately, the […]

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4 fun activities for your whole family

It’s no secret that being active is important. Need some fun and easy ways to get the whole family involved? Summer is the perfect time to get out and enjoy the fresh air while setting […]

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Go gold with us!

September is Childhood Cancer Awareness Month, and all of our children’s medical facilities are “Going Gold” to show our support. We are committed to fighting childhood cancer in our community, and our Addison Jo Blair […]

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Riding the heart surgery roller coaster

Photo credit: sweetlilpics by Ashley Cari and Kyle Whalen were ready for their standard anatomy ultrasound around the 24th week of Cari’s pregnancy. They knew they were having a girl, so this was to be […]

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Power food: Cheesy Broccoli Tots

Calcium is a superhero for your child’s bones, setting them up for a strong, healthy body later in life. And it’s hidden in some surprising places — like broccoli! Try this recipe for a calcium […]

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3 unexpected blessings

Looking ahead to their daughter’s third birthday in April 2016, last summer Jenna and Brian Richie began thinking about a second baby. A little brother for Madelynn would be nice, they thought. Little did they […]

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Have breast milk, will travel

If you are a breastfeeding mom, you know it can be challenging at times, especially when you are on the go. But with a little humor and flexibility, it doesn’t have to be. We asked […]

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My 25 years in the kids’ emergency room

When Ron Paul, M.D., started as chief of pediatric emergency medicine at the children’s hospital and the University of Louisville School of Medicine in 1991, a solution of cocaine was used as a local anesthetic […]

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Calcium: Superhero for your child’s bones

Bones are the framework of a child’s growing body. Bone is living tissue that is always changing, with bits of old bone being replaced with new bone. During childhood and the teenage years, much more […]

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Miraculous recovery leads to giving back

Riding in Norton Cancer Institute’s Bike to Beat Cancer event is physically challenging, but for Tonya Hinton, some might even call it miraculous. In March 2011, a car accident left Hinton with a broken neck […]

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Norton Healthcare CEO Williams To Retire

Norton Healthcare today announced that its CEO, Stephen A. Williams, is retiring from the organization at the end of the year. Williams has served as CEO of Norton Healthcare for the past 23 years and […]

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Cox Named President/CEO

The Norton Healthcare Board of Trustees today announced that Russell F. Cox, President, Norton Healthcare, was named President and CEO, Norton Healthcare. Cox’s appointment is effective January 1, 2017. He succeeds Stephen A. Williams, who […]

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