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Jun. 10, 2024

KMBC: Saint Luke's NICU Graduates Return to Reunite with Medical Staff

The event celebrated how far NICU babies have come and reunited families with the doctors and nurses who cared for them during their stay at Saint Luke’s Hospital of Kansas City.
Jun. 10, 2024

KCTV: NICU Families Reunite and Celebrate with Medical Staff at Saint Luke’s Hospital

The event celebrated how far NICU babies have come and reunited families with the doctors and nurses who cared for them during their stay at Saint Luke’s Hospital of Kansas City.
Jun. 7, 2024

Allen County Regional Hospital Auxiliary Scholarship Applications Due by July 31 for the Upcoming Fall Semester

To be eligible for the scholarship, the applicant must be accepted for admission in a health-related field of study at a two- or four-year college, university, or technical school.
Jun. 7, 2024

Home Sleep Testing Offered Through Allen County Regional Hospital

Saint Luke’s Sleep Disorders Program is a comprehensive, full-service program diagnosing and treating a wide variety of sleep disorders for more than 35 years.
Jun. 4, 2024

FOX4: Athletic Trainer Shares Health Benefits of Cold Plunging

FOX4 talked an athletic trainer at Rockhill Orthopaedic Specialists about the health benefits of cold plunging and tips for getting started.
Jun. 2, 2024

When Precision Counts

David counted on the team of experts at Saint Luke's Cancer Institute and Saint Luke's Hospital Center for Precision Oncology throughout his health care journey from an incurable diagnosis to now in complete remission.
May. 31, 2024

Health News You Can Use: Hypertension Awareness for Younger Women

This week, we’re talking about hypertension in younger women and the importance of knowing and staying on top of your blood pressure.
May. 31, 2024

KSHB: Are Weight-Loss Drugs the Future of Medicine? Here's What KC-Area Experts Had to Say

KSHB talked to Dr. Mikhail Kosiborod about the significant impact of new weight-loss drugs for those who need it most.
May. 30, 2024

U.S. News & World Report: Mummies Study Finds Heart Disease Plagued the Ancients, Too

U.S. News & World Report shares results of a new study finding heart disease has plagued humanity for centuries.