For Kelsee Welch, constant migraine headaches were a roadblock to her career, preventing her from pursuing higher education. Now, thanks to the right treatment, she's planning to start classes at Bluegrass Community & Technical College this fall.
Students will soon be heading back to class, and we encourage ensuring that they are protected from COVID-19 as they are from other diseases. That means adding the COVID vaccine to the list of protections before they enter the classroom.
While many patients fully recover from COVID-19, some may experience lingering symptoms for weeks or months on end. Shortness of breath, "brain fog" or trouble sleeping two weeks after diagnosis could be signs of long COVID.
Whether it’s a fall in the park or a nasty stomach bug, the first instinct may be a trip to the emergency room. But not every accident or ailment requires ER attention. When life mishaps happen, it’s important to know where to go.