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The first Friday of February is Go Red for Women Day to raise awareness for heart disease, which is the leading cause of death for women.
February 1 is Go Red for Women Day as we kick off the start of Heart Month. Dr. Tracy Stevens talked to KSHB about how women can take control of their heart health and how far the Muriel I. Kauffman Women's Center has come in 25 years.
The below-freezing wind chills can be a major health concern if you are outside for too long. Saint Luke's Emergency Department Physician Dr. Aaron Kaus tells FOX4 how you can protect yourself against the cold.
Each year, about 12,000 women in the United States are diagnosed with cervical cancer. We talked to experts at Saint Luke’s Health System about the best ways to prevent and treat it.
After losing a combined total of 305lbs, with the help of bariatric weight-loss surgery, a mother/daughter duo are helping other bariatric patients navigate the waters of their new healthy lives.
Wright Memorial Physicians’ Group is pleased to welcome a new family practice physician, Molly Harp, D.O., to the medical team, starting early February.
A steady intake of Chiefs wins on the gridiron is the main vector for Chiefs Fever. We have everything you need to know about this contagious fever going around.
It is an exciting time for Saint Luke's East Hospital and the surrounding community as Saint Luke's East continues to grow its presence and services provided to the community. 
As of Jan. 1, Kansas and Missouri insurance companies now fully cover 3D mammograms.
After a live interview on FOX4's morning show about his custom Chief's bus, Dan collapsed. He was having a heart attack and had no pulse. Watch how bystander CPR was crucial to his survival.