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U.S. News & World Report: Black Americans Less Likely to Receive Lifesaving CPR: Study
When someone collapses in front of witnesses, the chances of receiving potentially lifesaving CPR may partly depend on the color of their skin, a new study suggests.
FOX4: Report Shows Mental Health-Related Issues Are Leading Cause of Death for New Mothers
FOX4 talked to Dr. Sarah Pearl about how the findings emphasize why it's so important for medical providers to take their time and invest in each patient. 
KMBC: Saint Luke's Helps NICU Families Celebrate Halloween
Saint Luke's Hospital of Kansas City joined together with March of Dimes to help families in the NICU celebrate Halloween. 
Washington Post: Anxiety Screening May Happen at Your Child's Next Doctor Visit. Here's Why.
The Washington Post spoke to Dr. Jennifer Bernard about what parents and children can expect during an anxiety screening, following new recommendations by a U.S. task force.
KMBC: Carbon Monoxide Leaks More Common With Changes in the Weather
KMBC talked to Dr. Todd Fristo about how carbon monoxide leaks are more common as people turn on their heaters.
Iola Register: Armstrong Takes Helm of Hospital
The Iola Register talked to Jeremy Armstrong, the new administrator for Allen County Regional and Anderson County hospitals, about his new role.
FOX4: Two Local Women Become Best Friends During their Journey with Breast Cancer
Two strangers facing the biggest battles of their lives at Saint Luke's Cancer Institute come out on the other side stronger and as best friends.
KMBC: New AI Technology Helps Kansas City Area Doctors Detect Breast Cancer
A tiny tumor can be hard to see with the naked eye, but new technology is helping doctors detect breast cancer earlier than ever before.
KMBC: Breast Cancer Survivor Urges Women to get Screened
Dr. Ruby Meierotto, Breast Radiologist at Saint Luke's Cancer Institute, talks about the importance of prevention, and Meghan shares her message for other women.