Employees will benefit from bike-sharing program, Atria hopes
Atria Senior Living is one of 10 companies sponsoring a new bicycle-sharing program in its headquarters city of Louisville, KY, and the city's mayor says that the program will play an important role in attracting and retaining workers.
I'm HPV Positive, Now What?
Human papillomavirus (HPV) is the most common sexually transmitted infection in the United States.
Read the bill: GOP proposal for replacing Obamacare
This is House Republicans' plan to replace the Affordable Care Act, also known as Obamacare. They released the proposal Monday. It would roll back Obamacare's extensive system for providing health insurance to millions of Americans, eliminate in 2020 the federal aid that has allowed 31 states to expand their Medicaid programs to millions of previously uninsured poor people, and restructure the tax subsidies that help Americans who don’t get coverage through an employer to buy health plans.
Get Money Wise: How To Prepare for Divorce Financially
“Action is the antidote to despair.”–Joan Baez PROTECT YOURSELF If your marriage is in trouble, there are some key steps to take to protect yourself. And while you may still be hoping that…
Codependency 101: What Does Being Codependent Mean?
Are you codependent? If so, there are probably some things you have a tough time accepting about human nature and relationships. On the other hand, perhaps you’re not sure what codependent means, in which case, let’s begin with some basics Codependents need to be needed. They believe making oneself invaluable to another is the pathway to love. It isn’t. It’s the pathway to becoming a doormat, to being taken advantage of and to becoming a target of abuse. When someone loves you and you love them, you want to be with each other (interdependence). You don’t need to be with each other (dependence). The former is a mutual coming together. The latter is tinged with urgency and desperation. Codependents may have difficulty being alone, feel unworthy of being loved and a fear of…
How to Find Free Rides for Seniors Who Live at Home
How to Find Free Rides for Seniors Who Live at Home. Help your parents stay active without busting your budget.
What can I do about Sagging Breasts? Tips from a Breast Surgeon, Dr. Ennis
Learn what you can do about sagging breasts with the help of a board certified plastic surgeon, including a breast lift or breast lift with augmentation.
MDH Doctor Afriye Amerson Discusses STI Panel and Minority Health Month at WIU
Dr. Afriye Amerson, new to the Women's Health Department at McDonough District Hospital, came on K100 this morning to discuss a number of important topics pertaining to local health. ...
Abraar Karan: What we say to our patients matters, but how we say it matters more
The way we frame benefit and risk to our patients can have a huge impact on their health and lifestyle choices, argues Abraar Karan Imagine that an epidemic strikes and 600 patients are brought into the hospital. You are a physician confronted with the choice between two therapies: the first, antidote A, will save 200 people with 100% certainty. The second, antidote B, has a 33% chance of saving everyone, and a 66% chance of saving no one. Which would you pick? Through various studies of this type , we can predict that most people would prefer antidote A—the certainty of saving 200 lives is overwhelmingly convincing Now what if you were told that there were two new antidotes to choose from: antidote C and antidote D. Antidote C has a 100% chance…
Minor skin issues could indicate bigger problem
Skin conditions that seem innocent can actually signal something much more serious.