WDRB Marketplace

sponsored

When the world changed due to the coronavirus pandemic, so much changed with it—schedules, procedures, even personal habits. In the months since, as COVID has tightened its grip on the United States, some institutions have struggled to adjust to the nation’s new normal. And others have prove… More >>

sponsored

People often confuse palliative care and hospice care, believing both terms refer to the service available in the final months or weeks of life. Palliative care is the umbrella term for a comprehensive method of caring for those with life-limiting conditions, regardless of their diagnosis, p… More >>

sponsored
  • Updated

She was a young mother who wanted to be there for her children, but cancer had turned her days into an unceasing cycle of pain and fatigue. As her disease progressed, she was given weeks to live. She decided to take back control of her care and focus on quality of life by choosing Hosparus H… More >>

sponsored
  • Updated

While college immediately brings to mind images of campus activities and social events, the reality can be very different for adult students who are pursuing a degree while also holding down a job. Attending class can mean driving to campus before or after work, spending long hours in the ca… More >>

sponsored
  • Updated

From its beginnings in the early 1900s as a teacher’s college, a mission of Eastern Kentucky University has been to produce graduates who go on to better lives throughout the Commonwealth and beyond. That duty has never changed—even amid public health and economic crises that threaten to put… More >>

sponsored
  • Updated

Due to uncertainty surrounding the coronavirus pandemic, online education has become a priority for students in Kentucky and around the world. But even well before the current health crisis, Indiana University was positioning itself as a leader in distance education by offering an array of c… More >>

sponsored

The coronavirus pandemic has forced everyone to adapt to a new normal. The cancellation of vacations or work trips has left many with more free time than they’re accustomed to. Some cities, states or individual medical conditions mandate continued social distancing. And the economic landscap… More >>

sponsored
  • Updated

Throughout human history, no animal has wreaked more havoc on human populations than the lowly mosquito. Mosquitos spread disease to about 700 million people annually. Female mosquitos inject saliva into humans as they suck out blood to feed their eggs, transmitting deadly viruses like malar… More >>

sponsored

The college experience is full of decisions, many of them made by students who are living independently for the first time. Which school should I attend? Where will I live? What organizations will I join? Are the suites in my residence hall big enough for my beanbag chair? Can I really eat c… More >>

sponsored

New women leaders are being created every day and it can start with Girl Scout cookies. The organization best known for its fundraising with S’Mores and Thin Mints has always been about empowering young women. It has made the development of the next generation of female leaders their mission. More >>