Bill Goodman and his guests discuss health care. Guests: Kentucky Health and Family Services Secretary Audrey Tayse Haynes; John Garen, a University of Kentucky economics professor; Dr. Monalisa Tailor, an internist and an assistant professor of medicine at the University of Louisville; and Dr. Neal Moser, a pulmonary/critical care physician in Edgewood.
What does personalized, genomic medicine mean for cancer treatment? Discussing advances in medical care are Dr. Mark Evers of the Markey Cancer Center and Dr. Susan Smyth of the Gill Heart Institute at the University of Kentucky.
A "Trail Town" designation for the town of Livingston in Rockcastle County is encouraging healthy lifestyles as well as economic development.
Parent Child Interaction Therapy, developed for children ages 2-7 with emotional and behavioral disorders. focuses on strengthening the parent-child bond with dedicated play time and changing parent-child interaction patterns
Through HANDS home visits, new and expectant parents get information about parenting skills, child safety, and baby development—information that is often sorely needed.
Host Renee Shaw and cancer experts offer information on cancer treatment and recovery resources in Kentucky and share the latest advances in life-saving screenings and early detection.
In this KET Special Report, we examine the unique challenges facing teenagers in today's society and explore strategies that ensure every adolescent arrives at adulthood protected and prepared.