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  • Team members donate $5,500 to Hurricane Harvey relief efforts

    King’s Daughters team members initiated a giving campaign for those affected by Hurricane Harvey in Texas. Employees contributed $5,500 to American Red Cross rescue and recovery efforts. Assistance will help those affected by Hurricane Harvey providing emotional support, spiritual care, temporary housing, food and health services such as medications and eyeglasses replacement. “An ...
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  • Dr. Alex Martin elected president of Kentucky Academy of Audiology

    Congratulations to Audiologist Alex Martin, Au.D, who has been elected president of The Kentucky Academy of Audiology for 2017-2018. He was president elect in 2016-2017 and the convention chair for the Kentucky Academy of Audiology. For nearly 20 years, Dr. Martin has been helping patients at King's Daughters. He evaluates hearing loss and related disorders including balance disorders and ...
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  • What is Parkinson's disease?

    Parkinson’s disease considered a “neurodegenerative” disease. It affects the basic building blocks of the nervous system, called the neurons. Neurons are specialized cells that transmit (send and receive) information to other nerve, muscle or gland cells, either chemically or electrically. Neurons do not generally reproduce or regenerate, so when they become damaged or die, they ...
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  • Don't delay your mammogram

    Glenna Lovins is living proof that while breast cancer may be unpredictable, it’s still beatable. After a bout with the disease, she now preaches a message of early detection. Glenna was diagnosed with breast cancer in January 2016. She was 68 years old. She delayed her yearly mammogram during the busy holiday season — a decision she now regrets. The diagnosis shocked her, her husband, ...
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  • Halloween on the Hill

    King's Daughters Prestonsburg invites children and their parents to Halloween on the Hill, a party to celebrate the fun and excitement of Halloween, 6 to 7 p.m. Tuesday, Oct. 24 at 1279 Old Abbott Mountain Road. COLORING CONTEST Prizes will be awarded in three categories: pre-school through kindergarten; first through third grade; and fourth through sixth grade. Coloring pages must be ...
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