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Kentucky ProgrammingWatch Online! The New Face of Diabetes #101
Diabetes rates are soaring in this country and Kentucky's burden is alarming. Meet people who are living with diabetes and see how they manage the disease to live healthy, full lives. Also, learn about a YMCA program in Louisville that offers classes to help those identified as prediabetic make important behavioral changes, and state workers identify specific ways people without diabetes can contribute to resolve this growing problem.

Kentucky ProgrammingWatch Online! Erasing The Stigma of Mental Illness #102
A look at the pervasiveness of stigma in the media and in society regarding mental illness. Also, meet several people who are recovering from mental illness and learn how stigma impacts our treatment of people with this disease.

Kentucky ProgrammingWatch Online! Probing Prescription Drug Abuse #103
Learn about prescription drug abuse in Kentucky from three people on the front lines: a drug treatment counselor, a narcotics detective, and a prevention specialist. Recovering addicts discuss how they first became involved with prescription drugs, how they obtained them, and what finally led them to treatment. Experts will highlight the most promising strategies underway for dealing with this problem.

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Kentucky ProgrammingWatch Online! The Heart Facts #201
Cardiovascular disease is now the leading cause of death in the nation and in Kentucky. In this episode, we trace the history of cardiovascular disease and its treatment in the last 50 years; understand how individual lifestyle choices, societal changes, and genetics impact heart health; and learn why women are particularly vulnerable to heart disease.

Kentucky ProgrammingWatch Online! No Health Without Mental Health #202
This program explores the impact of depression, stress, and anxiety on our physical health and looks at health care solutions that connect our minds to our bodies.

Kentucky ProgrammingWatch Online! Citizens Taking Charge #203
This program highlights the work of citizens who are actively working to improve the health outcomes and lives of Kentuckians on a community and state-wide level.

Kentucky ProgrammingWatch Online! When Children Are Cruel #301
Bullying has become a serious concern in school districts across the state and in the nation. Host Renee Shaw and guests explore the impact of bullying on students today, the role of bystander intervention, and how schools are implementing anti-bullying programs.

Kentucky ProgrammingWatch Online! Healthy Competition: How County Health Rankings Are Catalyzing Change #302
This program unpacks the data inside the Kentucky county health rankings and provides information about the factors that shape a community's health. Learn how innovative strategies, relentless analysis of data, and a little competitive spirit can bring about improved health outcomes.

Kentucky ProgrammingWatch Online! Champions of Children's Health #303
This program features innovative and effective strategies for improving the well-being of Kentucky's children including Better Bites, an initiative to transform snack bars in the Lexington area; and HANDS (Health Access Nurturing Development Services), a state-sponsored program that provides support and information about child development to new parents.

Kentucky ProgrammingWatch Online! Sleepless In Kentucky #401
Host Renee Shaw and guests look at the importance of sleep to our overall health, examine sleep disorders like sleep apnea, and discuss how "screens" are leading to more restless nights.

Kentucky ProgrammingWatch Online! Easing The Burden of Asthma #402
This program explores the common myths and misunderstandings about asthma and looks at efforts across the state to better educate those living with this condition.

Kentucky ProgrammingWatch Online! The Heroin Epidemic: Kentucky Fights Back #403
Heroin use is sky-rocketing in certain areas of Kentucky. Host Renee Shaw and guests share how concerned communities are coming together to save lives, expand treatment options, and prevent others from falling into the grip of this highly dangerous and addictive drug.

Kentucky ProgrammingWatch Online! Health Three60: Answers for Cancer #501
Host Renee Shaw and cancer experts answer viewer questions about cancer treatment and recovery resources in Kentucky and share the latest information about life-saving screenings and early detection. Guests include: Donald Miller,MD, director of the James Brown Cancer Center; Patrick Williams, MD, medical director, Norton Cancer Institute; Timothy Mullet, MD, lung cancer specialist, University of Kentucky HealthCare and survivor of stage IV cancer; and Fran Feltner, DNP, director, University of Kentucky Center of Excellence in Rural Health. In a taped segment, Wayne Tuckson, MD, host of Kentucky Health, and his guests Whitney Jones, MD, gastroenterologist and founder of the Colon Cancer Prevention Project, and Connie Gayle White, MD, deputy commissioner for clinical affairs, Kentucky Department for Public Health, discuss cancer treatment in Kentucky.

Kentucky ProgrammingWatch Online! Clearing The Smoke #502
Kentucky has the second highest smoking rate in the entire country. This episode looks at the policies, programs and community solutions needed to reduce our dependence on tobacco and create a healthier Kentucky.

Kentucky Programming The Out of Control Child: Help for Families #503
For families who are dealing with a child with extreme behavior problems, daily life can be scary, unpredictable and overwhelming. On this episode, experts discuss solutions and resources for helping children who are out of control.

Kentucky ProgrammingWatch Online! Thinking Like A Pancreas #10101
Meet two people living with diabetes - one with type 1 and one with type 2 - and see how they manage their disease to live healthy, full, rich lives.

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Kentucky ProgrammingWatch Online! Cardiovascular Disease #10201

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Kentucky ProgrammingWatch Online! Casey's Law #10203
When her son dies of a heroin overdose, a courageous mother helps create legislation that might have saved her son's life.

Kentucky ProgrammingWatch Online! Livingston, Ky: Trail Town #10302
In this segment we look at how a "Trail Town" designation for the town of Livingston in Rockcastle County is encouraging healthy lifestyles as well as economic development.

Kentucky ProgrammingWatch Online! HANDS: A Home Visiting Program for Infants and Toddlers #10303
HANDS, Health Access Nurturing Development Services is a free program provided through local departments of public health across the state. With weekly visits, home visitors teach new and expectant parents about child development, attachment and bonding, safety skills and positive discipline.

Kentucky Programming Magoffin County Tobacco Barn #10502
A rural community with historic ties to tobacco farming helps residents quit smoking in a novel way.

Kentucky ProgrammingWatch Online! It Doesn't Have to Be #20101
A program at the YMCA in Louisville helps those identified as pre-diabetic make important behavioral changes.

Kentucky Programming Recovery Is Possible #20102

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Kentucky ProgrammingWatch Online! Heart Attack #20201

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Kentucky Programming Teens Against Tobacco Use #20502
High School students teach younger students about the dangerous effects of tobacco use.

Kentucky Programming Beyond Dr. and Patient #30101
State experts point out specific ways people without diabetes can contribute to resolving this growing problem.

Kentucky Programming Stigma by the Numbers #30102

Kentucky ProgrammingWatch Online! Heart Valves #30201

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Kentucky ProgrammingWatch Online! Ventricular Assist Devices #40201

Kentucky ProgrammingWatch Online! Jarvik Artificial Heart #50201

Kentucky Programming Women and Heart Disease #60201
Two women discuss their history with heart disease and how they have made efforts to stay healthier and defy the legacy of family history and genetics.

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