Monday, October 23, 2017

What this Medical Student (and Miss Kentucky) is Reading, Watching, Listening to…

By Megan M. Seckman 
Madelynne Myers, 22, wears the tiara with pride as she makes her way through the small towns of the state, but don’t underestimate this Miss Kentucky USA. Where the runway ends, a future in medicine and public service begins. In May, Madelynne graduated from Vanderbilt University with a degree in molecular and cellular biology and minors in chemistry and Spanish. Once her year as Miss Kentucky is complete, she plans to begin medical school and pursue a career in pediatric trauma surgery.

Sunday, October 22, 2017

Are Your Friendships Healthy?

By Marie Bradby

A healthy relationship is where there’s equal give and take on both sides, where both people are getting what they need out of the relationship, therapist Jenny Townsend, LCSW, says. There is such a deep connection between the two people, that when you have a conversation you are able to say, ‘Me too. Yeah, I get that.’

Do You Need a New Friend?

By Marie Bradby
Gina Stipo (L) is in Louisville largely due to friendship and support from Barb and Bill Juckett.
Photos by Melissa Donald 

You’ve probably heard the phrase, “Change your friends, change your life.”
We all need to make new friends at certain times in our lives, whether it’s because we’ve moved, gotten a new job, or the kids have spread their wings and flown out of the nest.

Saturday, October 21, 2017

Ways to Combat Chronic Pain — from the Fighters

By Brittani Dick

Dealing with chronic pain is both physically and emotionally draining, and can seriously hinder your everyday life. Read how these five women fight to cope with chronic pain.

Friday, October 20, 2017

Throw A Modern and Moody Halloween Party

By Lauren Dahl and Paige Rhodes

A crisp evening Halloween party is the perfect occasion for a dark and moody color palette. Playful ghoulish details like spiders, webs, and fog will set the Halloween tone. Modern white dishes and an un-cluttered table helps bring the glam. Tonight is the night to embrace the black lipstick, eccentric attire, and indulge in all things Halloween.

Thursday, October 19, 2017

What To Do This Weekend

Start your weekend in celebration this evening by attending the 2nd Annual Pink Woman Fashion Show, featuring breast cancer survivors walking the runway in the latest fashions. The event is sponsored by All Women OB/GYN and presented by Oxmoor Center and Today's Woman magazine.

Tickets can be purchased online, and VIP tickets include a signature drink, premier fashion show seating, a SWAG bag, and a post-show party. All of the proceeds and donations will go directly to Twisted Pink, a Louisville based non-profit organization whose mission is accelerating treatment options and quality of life for late stage breast cancer by funding metastatic (stage IV) breast cancer research. We hope to see you there!

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Wednesday, October 18, 2017

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