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Saint Luke's Crittenton Children's Center's Trauma Smart model is being implemented in North Kansas City School, Linden West. 
Do you suffer from painful migraines? There may be some new relief available locally. The FDA has approved a new injection to help the nearly 20 percent of people who suffer from migraines.
A local mother found a lump in her breast during a self exam and took action. Hear about her journey of breast cancer while pregnant with her second child and how cancer specialists at Saint Luke's helped her through her treatment.
Anderson County Hospital was recently named one of the Top 20 Critical Access Hospitals in the country for patient satisfaction. It was the only hospital in Kansas recognized in this category.
The Gardens at Hedrick Medical Center is nearing completion and the public is invited to tour the botanical oasis during an open house Thursday afternoon, from 4 until 6 p.m.
Usher Syndrome is the most common condition that affects both hearing and vision. Rebecca has two cochlear implants, tunnel vision and is overcoming obstacles everyday.
You often hear the saying, “It’s not brain surgery.” Well, that does not apply to this story and it is helping give a local man new hope when he thought all was lost.
Cancer survivors received a wonderful donation from Staley High School's fashion program's students.
Saint Luke’s Health System is proud to announce that all five of our Missouri hospitals are Time Critical Diagnosis Centers for STEMI.
There has been a 44% increase in stroke in adults younger than 65 years old. Find out the symptoms of a stoke.