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It’s been a productive career already for Northern Elementary’s Lindsey Depenbrock and she’s not even 30 years old.

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KU's Scholar Athlete »


You can’t escape saying it – when it comes to school and sports, Lafayette High junior Caleb Joy goes the extra mile.

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Dr. Graebe, Family Health »


Health officials lament the troubling trend of children spending too much time indoors staring at screens – TV, computers, tablets and cell phones.

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KU's Scholar Athlete »


This month marks the 17th year that Kentucky Utilities has sponsored Lexington Family Magazine’s popular Scholar Athlete feature, which has honored more than 200 young people.

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Dr. Ison, Family Health »


Vitamin D deficiency in children in the U.S. is on the rise. According to the CDC, it is now thought that 7% of males 12 and above are at risk of deficiency. So are 11% of females 12 and above.

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Mom Approved Doctors »


We’ve made it our goal to find the Best Doctors in the Bluegrass in the best way we know how – with help from our readers. Moms know better than anyone else which doctors go the extra mile for their patients. So we polled our readers, listened to what they had to say and compiled our list of Mom-Approved Ob-Gyns.

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Back To School, Children's Health »

Inspired by a groundswell of community interest, the Lexington Tweens Nutrition and Fitness Coalition is staging a second rally to Stand Up for a Stronger School Wellness Policy, scheduled for Tuesday, Sept. 23 at 6:30 p.m. at the Lyric Theater at 540 E. Third St.

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Family Travel »


Lexington’s “next door neighbor” is Jessamine County, home to Nicholasville and Wilmore. Both of these towns are worth a visit, especially as our hot summer temperatures begin to cool down. Here’s our list of top things to do in Jessamine County.

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