reading en Kentucky Pediatricians Feel Reading is Good Medicine <p>Studies suggest reading to children early in their development enhances their vocabulary, helps them identify letters and become better readers.&nbsp; Yet, less than half of U.S. children are read to on a daily basis.&nbsp;</p><p>To counteract that problem, reading is being doctor-prescribed in certain parts of the commonwealth, like Muhlenberg County.</p><p>Dr. Billie Galyen sees about 6,000 kids a year at her pediatric clinic in Greenville.</p><p>Five-year-old Brady and three-year-old Noah are there for check-ups. Every child six months to five years old leaves the office with a new book to take home and a prescription to read. Fri, 16 Aug 2013 14:28:23 +0000 Lisa Autry 35633 at Kentucky Pediatricians Feel Reading is Good Medicine Conference for Kentucky Women Writers Focusing on Food <p>The annual Kentucky Women Writers Conference this year will be all about food. Food writing, that is. Tue, 04 Sep 2012 13:25:51 +0000 Associated Press 18565 at