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By Sylvia Goodman Kentucky Public Radio The Association of American Medical Schools says 15 percent fewer U.S. medical-school graduates applied to Kentucky residency programs in the 2023-24 academic year, part of…

By Sarah Ladd Kentucky Lantern In the last month, new Covid-19 variants emerged as the dominant strain in the United States. Covid-19 vaccines are still recommended for protection against the…

By Christopher Carney University of Kentucky One of the first two Gatton Foundation endowed professors at the University of Kentucky is Alison Gustafson, who directs the Food as Health Alliance….

Health care is increasingly more at risk of cyberattacks than other industries, according to a recent study by Soax, a data-collection platform, reports Cara Smith of Inside Health Policy. As cyberattacks against Change…

By Dr. Zin W. Myint University of Kentucky Kentucky has one of the highest rates of new cancers in the U.S., with bladder cancer in the top 10 list of…

By Melissa Patrick Kentucky Health News The immunization crisis in Kentucky is not just a Kentucky issue, but is happening nationwide. “It’s not going to take long before we see…

With about 46 million people in the U.S. living in rural areas and new research showing they are more likely to die early from the five leading causes of death…

By Melissa Patrick Kentucky Health News Most of the Kentucky hospitals graded on a nonprofit group’s twice-a-year report card for patient safety again got a C in the latest report….