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Mountain Games 2017 – Lumberjack Competition

Mountain Games 2017

By Lauren Francis After giving a timber-cutting demonstration at last year’s inaugural Mountain Games, #2 nationally-ranked competitor Arden Cogar, Jr. returns this fall for the first “Lumberjack Championship,” at Heritage Farm. It will match him against his #1-rated cousin, Matt Cogar. The championship will include a series of demonstrations in addition to timed, man-against-man competitions in four events. Pitting the nation’s …

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In Home Non-medical Care for Dementia Patients

Dementia is a condition characterized by a group of symptoms that often include memory loss, hallucinations, paranoia, agitation, personality changes, problems communicating, problems with motor skills and coordination, inappropriate behavior and an inability to reason. If your loved one has any of these symptoms, schedule an appointment with their doctor as soon as possible to begin treatment. You may choose to …

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SEARCH OUR DATABASES FOR ALL YOUR BACK TO SCHOOL NEEDS!

SEARCH OUR DATABASES FOR ALL YOUR BACK TO SCHOOL NEEDS!

A library card is the perfect tool for back to school! With a Boyd County Public Library card, your child will have access to online databases covering a wide range of subjects. These databases, listed below, are a great resource to keep your child learning outside of the classroom. Scholastic GO! Scholastic GO! hosts an abundance of resources including nonfiction …

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Opioids Part III

Opioids

By Frank G. Vice, DVM, BS Pharm During the late 19th to the middle 20th century, it has been estimated that 1 in 500 people were physically dependent on an opium based product. The reasons for opium use during this time period were related to medicinal and recreational uses, with a total lack of understanding about the physical dependency that opium …

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Your Superpower

Your Superpower

By Alex Anderson, Senior Associate Pastor at Bayside Community Church I believe the reason God uses me is because I don’t know of anyone who needs God’s help and love more than I do. There are times I feel helpless and useless. I cannot depend solely upon my abilities nor upon my strength. So because of my weakness, I reach …

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Poor Circulation and Atherosclerosis What You Need To Know

Poor Circulation and Atherosclerosis What You Need To Know

Alexander H. Hou MD, FACS, Your body’s circulation system is responsible for sending blood, oxygen, and nutrients throughout your body. When blood flow to a specific part of your body is reduced, you may experience the symptoms of poor circulation. Poor circulation is most common in your extremities, such as your legs and arms. Poor circulation isn’t a condition in …

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Diabetes and Eye Health – Diabetic Retinopathy

Diabetes and Eye Health - Diabetic Retinopathy

If you have diabetes mellitus, you know how your body’s inability to use and store sugar can affect your health. When your blood sugar gets too high, it can damage the blood vessels in your eyes. This damage may lead to diabetic retinopathy. Diabetes is associated with many ocular complications, but diabetic retinopathy is by far the most serious complication …

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Care Companions of Ohio

Care Companions of Ohio

If you are worried that your loved one isn’t getting proper nutrition, is unable to clean the house, do laundry, attend appointments, or church, take a bath, socialize or take care of themselves like they used to, then Care Companions of Ohio is here to help. Care Companions of Ohio is fully insured & bonded. Our plan is to provide service …

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Protecting the Precious Gift of Sight

Protecting the Precious Gift of Sight

Taking care of one’s eyes is a lifetime responsibility, but one that pays great dividends. Fortunately, eye care isn’t difficult, usually requiring no more than a little common sense and following four basic rules. Rule #1 – Protect ‘em When you’re outside, wear sunglasses that protect against UVA and UVB rays. Exposure to UVA/UVB rays has been linked to both cataracts …

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Revolutionary Diagnostic Screening Services

Revolutionary Diagnostic Screening Services

Lexar Labs is a national full service clinical reference laboratory which offers specialized diagnostic screening and personalized service options allowing healthcare providers to personalize patient treatment plans, aximize patient quality of care, and reduce the overall cost of treatment. Lexar Labs uses cutting edge equipment and the highest quality of standards to support your practice and patients. Lexar partners with …

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Children Deserve Healthy Feet, Too!

Children Deserve Healthy Feet

By Brian K. Bailey, DPM – Body-Mind-Spirit Podiatric Center Your feet are the foundation for everything you do. Without healthy, strong feet, life can be challenging, not impossible, certainly, but definitely more challenging. This is especially true for children, who have so much to learn and so many skills to master between the time they take that first step and …

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The Right at Home Difference

The Right at Home Difference

Whether your loved one needs a little extra help around the house, daily medical assistance or just someone to check in throughout the week, Right at Home’s in-home care could be the answer. In-Home Care is Personal to Us Most of our staff have or have had loved ones in need of care. In-home care is very personal and important to …

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Is it time for new hearing aids?

By Ann L. Rhoten, Au.D., CCC/A If you have been on the hearing aid journey, either personally or with someone you care about, you know how difficult it can be. First the denial. Then the bargaining. And finally, the recognition that being able to hear clearly is just as important as being able to see, maybe more so After being asked …

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Mountain Games 2017

Mountain Games 2017

By Lauren Francis Mountain Games 2017 Is A Festival Celebrating Our Appalachian Heritage By Inviting, Competing In, Watching, And Experiencing All The Things Our Ancestors Used To Do Just To Survive In The Mountains, Hills, And Hollers. Mountain Games 2017 is a festival celebrating our Appalachian heritage by inviting, competing in, watching, and experiencing all the things our ancestors used to …

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GREAT ORTHOPEDIC CARE SPANNING OUR REGION

King’s Daughters highly skilled orthopedic team is dedicated to improving quality of life through compassionate care. From Portsmouth, Ohio, to Portsmouthburg, Ky., and in between – our fellowship trained surgeons and support staff are dedicated to restoring motion and getting patients back to their daily activities. Skilled in total joint replacement procedures of all types, including hip and knee replacement, …

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