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A new study suggests pregnant women who work two or night shifts in a week may have a higher risk of a miscarriage. However, Saint Luke's Dr. Rebecca Lobell talked to KSHB about why the study may be flawed.
After suffering a heart attack, Bettie B. started coming to the SHAPE Fitness Center to stay active. More than 20 years later, she credits exercise for her long life.
Lucas Schubert, Nutritional Coordinator with Saint Luke's Food As Medicine Everyday (FAME) program, shares two nourishing tea recipes for individuals with cancer with the FOX4 morning show.
Over-the-counter hearing aids are now approved by law. FOX4 talked to Dr. Kristen Lewis about what people need to know before buying one.
Colorectal cancer is the second leading cause of cancer-related deaths in the United States. Dr. Chhabra and Dr. Tolentino explain how staying up on your screenings can greatly reduce your chance of getting cancer.
Erica Stone started having seizures when she was just 3 years old. Through her roles as Miss Missouri and teacher, she developed a passion for educating children and adults on epilepsy to help lessen the stigma.
A recent clinical trial has shown promising results for a new treatment option for HER2 breast cancer. KMBC talked to Dr. Tim Pluard about the local results.
A recent study of a new drug for HER2 breast cancer has shown promising results. FOX4 talked to Dr. Tim Pluard about what this means for breast cancer patients.
After noticing a lump her breast, Laura was diagnosed with breast cancer just nine weeks into her pregnancy with her second child.
Patients felt noticeably better for two years after procedure to fix leaking heart valve.