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Kansas City Magazine: Peek inside 5 Top Doctors' medicine cabinets
Each year, Kansas City Magazine recognizes the metro's Top Doctors. One of Saint Luke's featured physicians, Dr. Bethany Austin, spoke to the magazine about her favorite everyday health and wellness products.
Kansas City Magazine: Four advancements in healthcare worth talking about
Kansas City Magazine featured Saint Luke's Rehabilitation Institute as one of the top advancements in local healthcare as it is the first of its kind in the region.
FOX4: FAME: One Pan Chicken Stir Fry
Lucas Schubert, Nutritional Coordinator with Saint Luke's Mid America Heart Institute and the Food As Medicine Everyday (FAME) program, shares how to make a healthy and affordable meal to help you stick to your New Year's resolutions with the FOX4 morning show.
Better KC: January is Cervical Health Awareness Month
All women are at risk for cervical cancer, but it is preventable. Dr. Michelle Rowland explains what steps you can take to lower your risk on Better Kansas City.
Media Coverage: Saint Luke's delivers Kansas City's newest Chiefs fans
As the Kansas City Chiefs head into the AFC Playoffs on Sunday, Saint Luke’s Hospital wants to introduce some brand new (and extremely cute) members of Chiefs Kingdom!
KMBC: Bourbon County sheriff says going to Chiefs game saved his life
When Sheriff Martin suffered a stroke walking into a Chiefs game, people nearby quickly recognized the signs and got him to Saint Luke's. KMBC talked to Dr. Jared Halpin about how their fast action was key.
KCTV: Nearly 2,000 flu cases confirmed in Kansas City
Doctors across the metro are seeing an earlier spike in flu cases than in recent years past. KCTV talked to Dr. Todd Hayes about how to best protect yourself from the virus.
VFW Magazine: Get Vaccinated to Prevent Shingles
About one in three Americans will develop shingles in his or her lifetime. VFW Magazine talked Dr. Todd Fristo about the importance of getting vaccinated and who is most at risk.
KSHB: Kansas raises awareness for Birth Defects Prevention Month
January is Birth Defects Prevention Month. KSHB talked to Dr. Tara Chettiar about what mothers can start doing to help have a healthy baby before they become pregnant.