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Lexington Clinic pediatricians and mothers Rachel McGuffey, Kandi Waddles, Kimberly Hudson and others. All four doctors live and work in Lexington.

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    Colorectal Cancer: Reduce Your Risk

    March is National Colorectal Cancer Awareness Month. Colorectal cancer, which forms in the colon or rectum, is the third most commonly diagnosed form of cancer in the United States.

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    It is a Matter of the Heart

    Stress can negatively impact many aspects of a person’s life. Stress can be linked to headaches, trouble sleeping and upset stomach.

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    Enjoy the Holidays, Cut Out the Guilt

    Each year the holiday season leads many Americans to put on excess weight. From Thanksgiving to New Year’s, indulgent foods are abundant. This holiday season, lessen your odds of putting on those extra pounds by eating in moderation, trying alternatives when possible and staying active.

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    Breast Cancer Screenings

    October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month. This time of year we focus on raising awareness and support for breast cancer, which affects 1 in 8 women. All women are at risk for developing breast cancer and can reduce their risk of dying from the disease by taking advantage of early detection strategies...

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    Get the Facts About Lice

    Approximately 80 percent of schools have at least one head lice outbreak each year causing 6 to 12 million cases of head lice annually. A case of head lice often leads to concern and embarrassment for the affected families, who are left confused about the cause, effects and treatments for head lice...

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    Play it Safe in the Sun

    With just a few weeks left in the summer, be sure you are still playing it safe in the sun. Skin cancer is the most common form of cancer in the United States. With over 58 thousand people diagnosed in 2007, Kentucky is at the top of this list. There are several things you can do to prevent ...

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    Eating for a Healthy Heart

    Heart disease has remained the number one killer of both men and women in the United States year after year. Statistics continue to prove that maintaining a healthy heart is important. While the steps that must be taken to achieve this goal can often seem overwhelming, there is something you can...

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    Where should you take your family? Walk-in Care vs. Emergency Room

    Accidental injuries or sudden illness can leave you wondering where to find treatment. When you need immediate care you are left with two options, going to the emergency room or visiting a walk-in care clinic. Even though your discomfort may lead you to believe you are in an emergency situation...

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    Take the “Work” Out of Your Workout

    Physical fitness is a critical factor in maintaining good health; however, you don’t have to run a marathon or spend hours at the gym to keep fit.   The best way to get fit, and stay that way, is to incorporate fitness into your everyday life. Taking your dog for a walk, riding a ...

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    What’s a fever for my child?

    Fever is one of the most common reasons for a visit to the doctor’s office.  Here are a few things every parent should know about fever. 

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