NBA Player Grateful to SLP Meg Shake

This is an incredible tribute to Meg Shake, CHS Speech-Language Pathologist, and to the field itself. During an interview with Yahoo Sports, NBA...

Read StorySep 15, 2016

UK Professor Wins Alfred C. Fones Award from ADHA

University of Kentucky College of Health Sciences Professor Karen Skaff recently won the Alfred C. Fones Award from the ...

Read StoryJul 27, 2016

Sprained Ankle Could Pose Longer-Term Harms to Health

By E.J. Mundell HealthDay Reporter Many Americans have suffered through an ankle break or sprain, but new research suggests these injuries might...

Read StoryJul 8, 2016

UK Orofacial Pain Clinic Collaborates with Physical Therapy, Psychology Programs to Benefit Patients and Students

As one of only seven institutions with all academic colleges housed on a single campus, the University of Kentucky provides a collaborative...

Read StoryJul 5, 2016

College of Health Sciences, Jockeys’ Guild Unveil Concussion Management Protocol Pilot Study

By: Laura Dawahare​ The University of Kentucky and the Jockeys’ Guild today announced a three-year pilot study, supported by a broad cross-section...

Read StoryJun 13, 2016

Federal Grant Helps Bridge Rural Gap in Availability of Speech Therapy Services

Access to health care and health-related services is a chronic problem in rural America, and Kentucky with its swaths of undeveloped land in...

Read StoryJun 9, 2016

Five UK Faculty Complete 2016 Bluegrass Higher Education Consortium Academic Leadership Academy

​Chana Akins, DeShana Collett, Melinda Ickes, Huajing Maske and Seungahn Nah of the University of Kentucky were among 41 fellows who recently...

Read StoryJun 3, 2016

Third Annual CHS Research Day

The 11th Annual Spring Conference of the University of Kentucky Center for Clinical and Translational Science (CCTS) drew nearly 1,000...

Read StoryMay 19, 2016

Regular Exercise at Any Age Could Keep the Mind Young

Recent research suggests that exercise might provide some measure of protection from Alzheimer’s disease (AD) and other dementias. A group of...

Read StoryMay 18, 2016

Regular Exercise at Any Age Could Keep the Mind Young

LEXINGTON, Ky. (May 17, 2016) — Recent research suggests that exercise might provide some measure of protection from Alzheimer’s disease (...

Read StoryMay 17, 2016

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