Every year, serious and even fatal injuries occur from falls from ladders: Legs, arms and backs are broken and skulls fractured. Autumn is the most dangerous time for ladder injuries as people are cleaning leaves from eaves, trimming trees and hanging holiday decorations. Here are ways to avoid falls.
Barbara AndersonThe Fresno Bee
Ladder safety 101: How to avoid painful falls
Birthday party thrown for man with artificial heart
The Immunization Baby Book
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WKU students ride across America for Alzheimer's
North Lexington YMCA gets a new look
Highlights from the Richland-Southridge game, and Bombers DL Geoffrey Robinson talks about his fumble return for a touchdown.
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Lester Walters, who is waiting for a heart donor after living with a Total Artificial Heart for nearly eight months at University of Kentucky Chandler Hospital, was thrown a party for his 60th birthday on July 21st with family, friends, and UK staffers in attendance.
For parents there's no greater joy than watching your child grow up happy and healthy. That's why most parents choose the safe, proven protection of vaccines. Flipping through this baby book, you can learn what vaccines babies need, when they're needed, and why it's so important to follow CDC's recommended immunization schedule. Immunization gives you the power to protect your baby from 14 serious childhood diseases by age 2.
The Newtown pike extension named Oliver Lewis Way was officially opened to a ribbon cutting from mayor Jim Gray. The new road extension connects West High street with the South Broadway and Bolivar street intersection.
The intersection of Prall Street and South Limestone was converted into Lexington's first "pedestrian scramble." All stoplights turn red on cars to allow pedestrians to use the entire intersection to cross.