Thursday, June 21, 2018
 
 
"My foot is probably 100% at this point."
LEXINGTON, Ky (WTVQ) - CJ Conrad had 16 catches for 286 yards and 4 touchdowns last season before he injured his foot against Georgia. He had surgery on that foot and after the season was over, he also had his shoulder worked on. Here's what Conrad had to say about his progress so far.
 
High-Tech Vests Map Heart Problems
Peering into a patient's heart and locating potentially-deadly irregular heartbeats takes surgery with a catheter, but a new high-tech vest is a new way to bypass that in some cases. KXAN's Gigi Barnett reports.
 
Wells Plastic Surgery
Wells Plastic Surgery
 
Hospitals Have A Smartphone Problem
Mobile technology's diffusion into the mainstream hasn't been uniform. Some industries have greeted the mobile revolution with open arms, while others have resisted this paradigm shift (to varying degrees of success). The healthcare sector falls somewhere in between, and that's a cause for serious concern. After all, the purpose of technology is to improve the quality of our lives, our society, and our human experience, and it's alarming that health care-arguably the most direct way to do just that-isn't leveraging mobile tech to its full potential.
 
Wells Plastic Surgery & Skin Care - Facial Rejuvenation
Our friends from Wells Plastic Surgery & Skin Care join us to talk about their Facial Rejuvenation "Small Talks"
 
Wells Plastic Surgery & Skin Care - Hyperpigmentation
Do you suffer from Hyperpigmentation? Check this video out to find relief.
 
Tori Lentz Still Playing For Lee Despite Heart Surgery
Tori Lentz Still Playing For Lee Despite Heart Surgery
 
CIO Leadership Live with Kristin Darby, CIO at Cancer Treatment Centers of America | Ep 3
In this episode, Maryfran Johnson, executive director of CIO programs and events at IDG, talks with CIO Kristin Darby of the Cancer Treatment Centers of America about IT’s critical role in the convergence of genomic advances, clinical research and digital capabilities in healthcare – and how all of that is creating a new world of connected care for patients.
 
CIO Leadership Live: Watch live on Tuesday, Jan. 16 at 10 a.m. eastern
Join Maryfran Johnson, executive director of CIO programs for CIO Events and the CIO Executive Council, for an in-depth interview with Kristin Darby, CIO at Cancer Treatment Centers of America, on Tuesday, Jan. 16 at 10 a.m. eastern. Watch the show live on Twitter.
 
State of the State Address
The State of the State Address took place this evening with Governor Phil Bryant touting accomplishments of unemployment, mental health, and health insurance in Mississippi. Governor Phil Bryant delivered his seventh State of the State address, jumping right into praising accomplishments in education and unemployment rates in Mississippi. “Twice last year, the unemployment rate in Mississippi fell to 4.9 percent and was 4.8 percent in November. That is the lowest since unemployment levels began to be recorded in 1979.” Stating that before the state had Mississippians searching for jobs and now we have jobs searching for Mississippians. “Today, we have more than 40,000 jobs looking for people.We have added more than 60,000 jobs and billions of dollars of foreign and domestic investment in Mississippi industry,” said Governor Bryant. Another concern in Mississippi is the overall issue of the opioid epidemic. “In December 2016, I issued an executive order creating the Governor’s Opioid and Heroin Task Force to address this problem,” said Governor Bryant, “Law enforcement, physicians, pharmacists, and mental health professionals came together and began to attack these killers that have taken the lives of over two hundred Mississippians just in the last 12 months.” Following the State of the State, comments from the Democratic side. With Representative Jay Hughes stating that Mississippi is still last in education and mental health, adding that our leaders must quit pretending that mental health is a choice and needs to be treated for what they are."Those in need end up in our jails and prisons instead of getting help, a nice start would be paying those workers above minimum wage and increasing community program involvement with mental health treatment.” What was not mention in this year’s address that lawmakers were hoping for was talk of potential state lottery.
 



Commonwealth Plastic Surgery - Surgical vs. Non-Surgical
Commonwealth Plastic Surgery - Surgical vs. Non-Surgical
 
Extra Effort: Nathan Darko
ISU senior will graduate five years after having brain surgery
 
Commonwealth Plastic Surgery
Holidays are a popular time for plastic surgery because many people have time off and have time for everything heal. Body sculpting is perfect for the winter because you have to wear a compression pads. January is perfect for face procedures because there is less sun so you wont scar like you would in the summer. Spring- is perfect for breast augmentations because you need a month for implants to drop into place. Fall- perfect for non surgical things perfect for botox, peels because people are busy with school. Schedule with Commonwelth Plastic Surgery and receive 50% off DYSPORT this promotion is good through December 21st
 
Bridge Street: Rock Steady Boxing 10.17.17
Patrick Van Beveren and Bob Zingaro inform us on the benefits of boxing and how it helps people diagnosed with Parkinson's Disease.
 
State College Student shot 6 times outside football game
Jason Anderson underwent 5 hours of surgery to remove pellet fragments from his eye and temple
 
State College student shot outside football game
Jason Anderson underwent 5 hours of surgery to remove pellet fragments from his eye and temple
 


 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 





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