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FOX4: Northeast Middle School Stabbing: Student Critically Injured
A middle school student was critically injured in a stabbing at Northeast Middle School. 
KMBC: Books & Boutiques Event Raises Funds for Cardiovascular Program at Saint Luke's South Hospital
Acclaimed Kansas author Sarah Smarsh spoke about her book for the annual Books & Boutiques event, benefitting Saint Luke's South Hospital.
TCTMD: Quality of Life Gains Within 15 Days in Acute Heart Failure with Empagliflozin: EMPULSE Analysis
A secondary analysis of the EMPULSE trial provides more context to the quality-of-life benefits of the early initiation of empagliflozin in patients hospitalized with acute decompensated heart failure.
Healio: Empagliflozin Benefits Acute HF Regardless of Baseline Impairment: EMPULSE
Study shows patients with acute heart failure assigned the SGLT2 inhibitor empagliflozin saw a greater improvement in HF symptoms, physical limitations and quality of life measures vs. placebo.
Chillicothe Constitution-Tribune: Finding Strength Within
The Chillicothe Constitution-Tribune talked to Dr. Todd Moore and colon cancer survivor Johanne Blackburn about the importance of regular screenings.
KCTV: Is it Allergies or Something Else?
KCTV talked to Dr. Sarah Boyd about how to be sure if symptoms are due to allergies or something else.
Healio: Black, Hispanic Individuals Less Likely to Receive Bystander CPR, No Matter the Setting
Healio talked to Dr. Paul Chan about a new study showing bystander CPR was performed less frequently for Black and Hispanic individuals.
KSHB: Local Artist and Colon Cancer Survivor Shares Her Story
KSHB talked to Johanne Blackburn and Dr. Todd Moore about the life-saving impact of regular screenings.
SELF: Study: Black and Hispanic People Are Less Likely to Receive CPR From Bystanders
A new study led by Dr. Paul Chan shows Black and Hispanic individuals who experience cardiac arrest at home or in public are less likely to receive CPR from a bystander than white individuals.