5 health stories you may have missed

Heart care stories of survival; NBC comes to Louisville on the flu story; NOx for birthing is making a comeback; 35-year-old’s aneurysm is a good reminder to get screened; and an important opportunity for you and your little girl.

Why I wear red: For the extra years I have with my brother

Sister credits early recognition of a stroke and decisive action for saving her brother’s life.

NBC’s ‘Today’ show reports on flu shots, hand washing from Norton Brownsboro Hospital

Morning segment encourages viewers to take the flu seriously.

Nitrous oxide: An old birthing choice for moms is new again

Nitrous oxide is safe, easy to use, and reduces pain and anxiety for women delivering babies, but doesn’t knock the patient out.

A 35-year-old’s awful headache turns into aneurysm survival story

Know aneurysm symptoms and see if you qualify for free vascular screenings.

Is my daughter going through puberty?

It’s often hard to tell when a girl begins puberty or when to expect changes to happen. However, there are some signs you can watch for.


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