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CDC warns about disease outbreaks linked to pools

It’s finally summer. With the warm temperatures here to stay, many families are heading to swimming pools. Before you jump in, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) has a warning: Pools can carry […]

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Head and facial injuries from motorized scooters on the rise

Motorized scooters are becoming more popular in Louisville and major cities across the United States. But this new transportation fad comes with a potential serious health risk.   According to a studyin the American Journal of […]

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Students can see a medical provider virtually without leaving school

Thanks to a new collaboration with Norton Healthcare, students at Engelhard Elementary School have access to medical care beyond the school nurse. The School-based Telemedicine Program allows a child to see a Norton Healthcare provider […]

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CDC: Do not eat Honey Smacks

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) has issued a warning for consumers telling them not to eat Kellogg’s Honey Smacks cereal — no matter the package size or best-by date printed on the […]

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Norton Children’s to give away 100 bike helmets at Louisville Bats game

Summer is the biggest time for bicycle accidents. Injuries from wheeled sports sent more than 50 children every hour to U.S. emergency rooms last year. During that same period, Norton Children’s Hospital treated hundreds of […]

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CDC warns about disease outbreaks linked to pools

It’s finally summer. With the warm temperatures here to stay, many families are heading to swimming pools. Before you jump in, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) has a warning: Pools can carry […]

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Head and facial injuries from motorized scooters on the rise

Motorized scooters are becoming more popular in Louisville and major cities across the United States. But this new transportation fad comes with a potential serious health risk.   According to a studyin the American Journal of […]

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Students can see a medical provider virtually without leaving school

Thanks to a new collaboration with Norton Healthcare, students at Engelhard Elementary School have access to medical care beyond the school nurse. The School-based Telemedicine Program allows a child to see a Norton Healthcare provider […]

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CDC: Do not eat Honey Smacks

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) has issued a warning for consumers telling them not to eat Kellogg’s Honey Smacks cereal — no matter the package size or best-by date printed on the […]

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Norton Children’s to give away 100 bike helmets at Louisville Bats game

Summer is the biggest time for bicycle accidents. Injuries from wheeled sports sent more than 50 children every hour to U.S. emergency rooms last year. During that same period, Norton Children’s Hospital treated hundreds of […]

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