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One in eight women in the U.S. will develop breast cancer in their lifetime. KSHB talked to Dr. Kelsey Flynt about how early detection is key and how 3D mammograms are helping.
Saint Luke's High-Risk Breast Clinic allows women with a higher chance of developing breast cancer to be closely monitored. Dr. Ruby Meierotto shared tips for reducing your risk on Better Kansas City.
Through advanced genomic sequencing testing at Saint Luke's, Paul was able to get a proper diagnosis after years of chemotherapy for the wrong type of cancer.
We know we need a good night's sleep. Dr. Jason Graff says there is a great degree of variability between adults on how much sleep they need for good health.
After ending up in the hospital with a stress-induced heart issue, Louise stayed optimistic and made lifestyle changes to turn her health around.
The number of people in the U.S. suffering from heart valve disease is increasing. Saint Luke’s Mid America Heart Institute has established a comprehensive multidisciplinary Valve Center dedicated to the latest surgical and catheter-based therapies to meet this rising demand.
A recent study found the risk of heart attacks is increasing in young women. FOX4 talked to Dr. Tracy Stevens about SCAD and this rising trend.
Linda Lamson says her mobile EKG device saved her life when she went into AFib. KSHB talked to Dr. Gupta about this technology and how it's helping doctors keep patients out of the hospital.
Heart disease is a woman's number one health threat. In the past 25 years, Saint Luke's Muriel I. Kauffman Women's Heart Center has raised awareness for women's heart health and been pioneers on researching the different symptoms women can experience.