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KMBC: Kansas City hospitals say they're well equipped for potential second wave of COVID-19
Saint Luke's experts talk about a possible second wave of COVID-19 and how they are prepared.
41 Action News: Amanda Davis, Saint Luke's Hospital of KC Crittenton Children's Center
KSHB: Expert says parents should have 'the talk' with children of all races

Talking to kids about race and ethnicity is important and should be discussed with all kids.

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KMBZ: With Kansas playgrounds reopening, doctors urge extra caution
Hear why Dr. Sarah Boyd, Saint Luke's Infectious Diseases physician, says opening back up isn't like flipping a switch and everything is safe again.
KMBC: With Kansas playgrounds reopening, doctors urge extra caution
KMBC: With Kansas playgrounds reopening, doctors urge extra caution
Dr. Sarah Boyd, Saint Luke's Infectious Diseases physician, talked to KMBC about why it isn't like flipping a switch and everything is safe again. 
KCTV: Saint Luke's employees take a knee to support racial equality
Saint Luke's employees across the metro participated in a show of support for racial equality as part of the #WhiteCoatsforBlackLives movement nationwide.
KSHB 41 Action News. Photo of woman sleeping at night
KSHB: Saint Luke's expert shares ways to battle insomnia during COVID-19
More people are struggling with insomnia amid the COVID-19 pandemic. KSHB talked to Savannah Geske, PhD, about what you can do to get a better night's sleep.
Better Kansas City on KCTV. Dr. Tracy Stevens talking to host Bill Hurrelbrink.
Better Kansas City: High blood pressure—the silent health threat
Nearly half of all American adults have high blood pressure, which is a leading cause of heart attacks, strokes, and more. Dr. Tracy Stevens shared several ways to lower your numbers on Better Kansas City.
FOX 4 News. Eating Heart Healthy Meals. Saint Luke's Hospital, Kansas City, MO
FOX4: FAME: Foods that can help lower high blood pressure
Amid the COVID-19 pandemic, cardiologists are seeing more patients with high blood pressure due to stress and unhealthy eating. Lucas Schubert with Saint Luke's Food As Medicine Everyday program talks to FOX4 about foods that can help lower your numbers.
The Washington Post
Washington Post: For nursing home patients, COVID-19 means isolation, grief and hope
Nursing homes and assisted-living facilities are home to many among the highest risk population for COVID-19. The Washington Post talked to two Bishop Spencer Place residents about what life has been like since the pandemic began.