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touchCardio: Mikhail Kosiborod, ACC 2022: Results from the EMPULSE Trial
touchCARDIO spoke with Dr. Mikhail Kosiborod to discuss his presentation on the EMPULSE trial and the impact of SGLT-2 inhibitors and where they sit in the future treatment paradigm for heart failure.
KCTV: Is Your Child Struggling? Maybe You Should Sign Them Up for “Express Yourself Camp”
Saint Luke's Home Care & Hospice, in collaboration with the Girl Scouts of NE Kansas and NW Missouri, is hosting its annual grief camp for children and teens called Express Yourself Camp. Families can register until May, 29th at 5 pm.
Washington Post: Magnesium: ‘An Essential Nutrient’ for Your Body
Dr. James O'Keefe explains why magnesium is an essential nutrient for a healthy life.
BioNexus: Saint Luke's Specialist Aims to Reduce Maternal Mortality
BioNexus talked to Dr. Karen Florio about her work as a maternal-fetal medicine specialist and how her personal experience helps her connect with her patients.
TCTMD: The NCDR Has Made a Difference, but Experts See Room for Growth
The ACC's National Cardiovascular Data Registry (NCDR) plays a key role in letting centers know how they’re doing and where they can improve, but its impact could be even greater, experts say.
KSHB: Organ Donation Creates Lifelong Bond Between Two Missouri Women
KSHB talked to one woman who donated part of her liver and was inspired to become a transplant coordinator at Saint Luke's to help others.
Lawrence Times: Promise of Transplant Begins to Awaken Family from 'Nightmare' Year of Illness and Loss
After a COVID-19 infection caused end-stage renal disease, Angela Dotson says the recent promise of a kidney transplant means hope is on the horizon.
KMBC: Missouri Woman and Three-Time Recipient Says Organ Donation Gave Life Back to Her
KMBC talked to Dr. Matthew Wilkinson about the important role of living donors and why everyone should consider signing up to become a potential donor.
KSHB: Wastewater Trends Show COVID Up 40% in Parts of the Metro
KSHB talked to Dr. Sarah Boyd about what the wastewater trends typically mean for future hospitalizations.