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Update: Selena Gomez receives kidney transplant after lupus diagnosis

A version of this story discussing Selena Gomez’s lupus originally ran on Oct. 12, 2015. The story was  

Mazor X technology at St. Elizabeth means more precise spinal fusion surgery

The next step in minimally invasive spinal (lumbar) fusion is now available at St. Elizabeth Healthcare. Mazor X technology is making it easier for surgeons to be more precise and efficient during spinal fusion surgery, meaning you are less likely to need spinal revision surgery. St. Elizabeth is the first in the region – and  

Ladies, protect yourself from a stroke

According to the National Stroke Association, more women die from stroke than men. In fact, stroke is the fourth leading cause of death in women (compared to being the fifth leading cause of death in men). Surprised? Remember, women generally live longer than men, so they are more likely to live alone when a stroke  

Angelina Jolie’s diagnosis: What is Bell’s palsy?

Angelina Jolie recently opened up to Vanity Fair about her latest health issues: high blood pressure and Bell’s palsy. Jolie has always been open with her health and the decisions she’s made to protect herself from breast cancer. Breast cancer and high blood pressure are household names. But many fans are wondering – what is Bell’s palsy?  

Experts at St. Elizabeth track superbug

Local hospitals are on high alert after the World Health Organization recently published its first ever list of  

Benefits of quitting smoking are immediate, significant

It’s not too late to quit smoking, and some benefits are nearly immediate, a range of experts say.  

St. Elizabeth nurse advocates for those affected by addiction

Unfortunately, Northern Kentucky is plagued with widespread substance abuse and substance use disorders, but for St. Elizabeth nurse Carla Hamilton, helping patients and their families battle addiction is a passion and a fight she intends to pursue – all the way to Washington, D.C. if necessary.   Carla fights for NKY Carla began her RN