Fuel Young Athletes with Hydration and Nutrition

College of Health Sciences Athletic Training student Jordan Light was recently a contributing columnist in the Lexington Herald-Leader....

Read StoryApr 27, 2015

College of Health Sciences Inducts Glenda Mack into Hall of Fame

The University of Kentucky College of Health Sciences recently welcomed a new inductee into its Alumni Hall of Fame. The latest inductee is Glenda D...

Read StoryMar 25, 2015

Five Benefits of Consulting with a PA for Primary Care

This column first appeared in the March 15 edition of the Lexington Herald-Leader.  By Virginia Valentin and Hannah Anderson When finding a...

Read StoryMar 25, 2015

Speech-Language Pathologist Helps Former Wildcat Become Fluent for Life

Meg Shake, a speech-language pathologist in the University of Kentucky College of Health Sciences Communication Disorders Clinic, is...

Read StoryMar 9, 2015

Vitamin D More Important as We Age

Vitamin D may be the "sunshine vitamin," but did you know that in Kentucky we can't make vitamin D from sun exposure between October and February?...

Read StoryMar 9, 2015

African Students Association Photo Project Debunks Stereotypes About Africa

Students from the African Students Association (ASA) at the University of Kentucky recently gathered in the Student Center to participate...

Read StoryMar 9, 2015

Difficulty Swallowing? It Might Be Dysphagia

Almost everyone has at one time experienced the sensation of something stuck in his or her throat -- after swallowing a pill, perhaps, or choking on...

Read StoryMar 9, 2015

Noehren and BioMotion Lab featured in Runner's World

Brian Noehren and his work with the BioMotion Lab are featured in a Runner’s World article. The writer, Cindy Kuzma, visited the lab in October and...

Read StoryFeb 13, 2015

SLP Featured in Sports Illustrated

Meg Shake, a Speech-Language Pathologist in the Communication Disorders Outpatient Clinic since 2006, is featured in a Sports...

Read StoryFeb 13, 2015

Voice Loss or Damage a Frustrating Side Effect of Throat Cancer Treatment

The incidence of mouth and throat cancer in Kentucky is growing at an alarming pace. Hospitals and clinics across the Commonwealth see approximately...

Read StoryJan 15, 2015

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