Diagnosing Multiple Sclerosis Symptoms

Multiple sclerosis (MS) is a disease in which the brain and spinal cord develop lesions that can cause a wide range of symptoms including...

Stroke Treatment in Paducah

Baptist Health Paducah has a nationally certified stroke center that specializes in the prevention and treatment of strokes. Learn more about your stroke treatment options and hear a survivor's experience.

Stroke Prevention with the Watchman Device at Floyd

At Baptist Health Floyd, the Watchman device reduces the risk of stroke by treating atrial fibrillation without using blood thinners. Learn more about the Watchman procedure and how it works to prevent strokes.

Epilepsy vs Seizures – Is There A Difference?

A question frequently asked by someone who has had an epileptic seizure or who has a loved one who has had one is, “Are...

Causes and Risk Factors for Stroke

Stroke occurs when blood flow to a portion of the brain is cut off or greatly reduced. This deprives the brain tissue of oxygen...

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Signs and Symptoms of COPD

Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease, more commonly known as COPD, is a progressive and chronic condition affecting the lungs and respiratory system and is defined...

6 Summer Pregnancy Tips

Summer weather can be unbearably hot and uncomfortable - especially if you're pregnant. What can you do to beat the heat? Here are six...

Therapeutic Solutions for Incontinence

Baptist Health Paducah physical therapist Krissie Robinson explains how physical therapy can help treat and prevent urinary or fecal incontinence.

Treating Gastroesophageal Reflux Disease

Surgeon John Clayton, DO, explains how he uses the minimally invasive TIF procedure to create a new valve, relieving chronic heartburn in patients with GERD.

Pediatric Sleep Apnea

Does your child snore at night?  Does your child have pauses in breathing, toss and turn in bed, or often breathe through the mouth...