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Iola Register: Physician Discusses Need for Checkups, Screenings
An annual checkup and recommended screenings can identify problems before they develop into something more serious.
KSHB: Former Missouri College Football Coach Recalls Deadly 1990 Player Collapse
Dr. Anthony Magalski, cardiologist at Saint Luke's Mid America Heart Insititute and medical director of Saint Luke's Athletic Heart Clinic, talks to KSHB about the importance of know where AED's are and how to use them. 
FOX4: CPR Training Top of Mind Following Damar Hamlin’s Collapse
Dr. Anthony Magalski, cardiologist at Saint Luke's Mid America Heart Insititute and medical director of Saint Luke's Athletic Heart Clinic, talks to FOX4 about the importance of CPR and AED's. 
FOX4: Saint Luke's New Years Babies
The first babies of the new year have arrived at Saint Luke's Health System. 
KCUR: A Kansas City Doctor says Heart Disease needs to be taken more Seriously in Women

Once considered predominantly a men's disease, heart disease kills more women each year than cancer.

KCTV: Same Day Care Options at Saint Luke's
Dr. Todd Fristo talks to KCTV about Saint Luke’s Same Day Care Options, which help get people seen the same day their symptoms start, without going to the ER.
The Iola Register: New Physician Empowers Patients with Knowledge about Sports Injuries, Obesity
Dr. Sam Wilcox is a new family physician at Allen County Regional Hospital's Iola Clinic. He initially planned to be a teacher, but realized health is critical to learning. Now, he helps patients understand their condition and treatment.
Media Coverage: Babies in Saint Luke's NICU are Visited by Santa
All Saint Luke's Hospital NICU babies had the opportunity to be dressed as "gifts" and have their photos taken with Santa.
KMBC: Local Women Diagnosed with a Brain Tumor While Pregnant Thanks Surgeon at Saint Luke's One-Year Later
Morgan Boyer, 28, is celebrating the one-year anniversary of her successful brain surgery - and no signs of regrowth - after finding out she had a brain tumor while only 27 weeks pregnant with her first child.