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KSHB: 'Somebody cares': Inmates crochet scarves for women with heart disease
A group of women at the Chillicothe Correctional Center use the are of crocheting to give back to other women - women who have heart disease.
FOX4: Sledding safety
With all the snow piling up, families may be going sledding. Dr. Ryan Gallagher spoke with FOX4 about injuries you can get while sledding.
FOX4: Clinical Trial at Saint Luke's Might Have Saved Man from Heart Failure
After dealing with a scary fainting episode and being shocked by his defibrillator several times, John Warner participated in a research study for the CardioInsight Mapping Vest at Saint Luke's East Hospital. FOX 4 talked to John and Dr. Gupta about the new technology.
KSHB: Broken Heart Syndrome
Suffering from a broken heart is, in fact, a real medical condition. KSHB talked to Dr. Tracy Stevens about broken heart syndrome and what can cause it.
KSHB: FAME: Avocado Black Bean Brownies
Lucas Schubert, Nutritional Coordinator with Saint Luke's Mid America Heart Institute and the Food As Medicine Everyday (FAME) program, shares another healthy chocolate Valentine's Day treat with KSHB's midday show.
KCTV: FAME: Healthy Chocolate Covered Strawberries
Lucas Schubert, Nutritional Coordinator with Saint Luke's Mid America Heart Institute and the Food As Medicine Everyday (FAME) program, shares a delicious and healthy recipe to make for Valentine's Day with KCTV's Better Kansas City.
KMBC: Ice Storm Leading to Slip and Fall Injuries
The weather in Kansas City and surrounding areas can be dangerous and cause injuries if you aren't careful. Dr. Larsen talks to KMBC about injuries you could get in this icy weather.
FOX4: FAME: Dark Chocolate Popcorn
Lucas Schubert, Nutritional Coordinator with Saint Luke's Mid America Heart Institute and the Food As Medicine Everyday (FAME) program, shares an easy, sweet Valentine's Day treat with the FOX4 morning show.
Go Red for Women Day Media Stories
The first Friday of February is Go Red for Women Day to raise awareness for heart disease, which is the leading cause of death for women.