By Andrew R. Usery, MD
Jessamine Medical and Diagnostics Center
Mornings can be hectic, especially once kids head back to school. Parents are rushing around, trying to get students in the car or to the bus stop on time and typically eating a healthy breakfast is the last thing on your mind during this mad-dash.
By Dr. Peter W. Hester
Lexington Clinic Orthopedics – Sports Medicine
By Dr. Shuya Wu
Lexington Clinic Allergy and Asthma
with Dr. Trevor W. Wilkes
Lexington Clinic Orthopedic Surgeon
Lexington Clinic Gastroenterologist
by Lexington Clinic Cardiology
by Dr. John W. Collins, Lexington Clinic Ophthalmologist
by Dr. Tamara James, Lexington Clinic OB/GYN
By Michael T. Newcomb, MD
Lexington Clinic Ophthalmologist
On Monday, August 21, millions of people around the country and right
here in our Commonwealth will get a chance to see a total solar eclipse.
An event like this hasn’t taken place her e in the United States since
1979, and while it will be exciting and historic it could also be
Nearly all of the United States will be able to see this eclipse and parts of Central Kentucky will see upwards of 90 percent coverage as the moon passes between the Earth and sun and blocks out the light.