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As Kentucky continues to battle an outbreak of acute hepatitis A, the state Department for Public Health is spending $340,000 to provide 10 counties, including Jefferson, with a total of 10,000 doses of vaccine.
Students, faculty and others who frequent the University of Louisville Health Sciences Center now have a marked one-mile path to get in some exercise. The Medical Mile was dedicated Tuesday with a ribbon cutting attended by Mayor Greg Fischer.
Norton Children's Hospital announced a $500,000 gift from BB&T that will pay for a special section of the planned Jennifer Lawrence Foundation Cardiac Intensive Care Unit. The section will be used for infants who need heart care.
State and local dignitaries came together Thursday in Old Louisville to celebrate the opening of Freedom House, for moms recovering from drug abuse. Volunteers of America also will provide some outpatient services for the general public at the building on 2nd Street.