SPOKANE, Washington — Tom Wistrcill beamed during his State of the Conference address Monday morning at the Davenport Grand.
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HAZARD, Ky., July 26, 2021 /PRNewswire/ -- Kentucky's COVID-19 cases and positivity rates are increasing after weeks of steady decline, in large part among unvaccinated Kentuckians in rural areas, according to state data. In response, WellCare of Kentucky is working to help close that gap by offering voluntary, in-home COVID-19 vaccines and $100 gift cards to incentivize its Medicaid members 12 years and older to get vaccinated. The campaign supports Governor Andy Beshear's goal to help more Kentuckians get vaccinated.
The obesity epidemic in the U.S. is a major health issue, and it’s getting worse. The current national adult obesity rate is 29.7%, but almost half of adults are projected to be obese, not just overweight, by 2030, according to Harvard researchers estimates published in December 2019 in the New England Journal of Medicine. While […]
"Personal choice," has been the phrase of the week for many coaches and players at SEC Media Days. Not Eliah Drinkwitz, who took a different stance ahead of his event debut.
LAS VEGAS — The message appears to be simple from the Mountain West Conference: Get vaccinated or be ready to pay the price.
Kentucky Public Health Commissioner Dr. Steven Stack and Gov. Andy Beshear held a press conference on July 19 and alerted the public about the…
About one in 10 Americans, or 34.2 million people, live with diabetes, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention data through 2018. And one in three people in the country — or 88 million adults — have prediabetes, which is higher than normal blood sugar level that can turn into diabetes if left […]
(The Center Square) – A new report from the Tax Foundation found that President Joe Biden’s proposed tax increases would put the U.S. at much higher rates than many of its economic competitors.
(The Center Square) - Newly released federal data shows unemployment numbers improved slightly this week as states consider whether to turn away federal jobless benefits.
(The Center Square) – The current housing crisis in the U.S. isn’t just fueled by unaffordability, a new study finds, but also by a sharp downturn in local mobility, fewer home purchases, slower new-home construction and an influx of young renters increasingly competing for an already limited housing supply.