Saint Luke's News

Health News You Can Use: Children's Mental Health Through the Pandemic
Amanda Davis, Director of Intake Services at Saint Luke's Crittenton Children's Center, talks about the mental health impact of the pandemic on our youth.
Lung Cancer is as Serious as it Gets, Says Saint Luke’s Oncologist
Lung cancer kills more people than any other type of cancer. Medical oncologist Janakiraman Subramanian, MD co-developed Saint Luke's early detection screening program for patients who meet certain criteria.
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Hedrick Medical Center Medical Staff Continues Scholarship Opportunity
The scholarship will is named the Harkness Scholarship, after Dr. James A. Harkness, a former Chillicothe physician and Chief of Staff at Hedrick Medical Center.
Health News You Can Use: COVID-19 and the Impact on the Heart
New data shows that nearly 80% of patients who've recovered from COVID-19 have suffered some damage to their hearts.
Portrait of Melinda Estes, MD
Saint Luke’s President and CEO Named Among ‘Most Influential People in Healthcare’
Modern Healthcare and its readers selected the honorees for this significant recognition based on the innovation and resilience they have demonstrated through the historic events of the past year.
Health News You Can Use: Grief and the Holidays During a Pandemic
The holiday season is here, and with more than 300 thousand deaths from COVID-19, more families than ever will be going through their first holiday season without their loved ones.
Health News You Can Use: COVID-19 and the impact on the brain
On this week's Health News You Can Use, we talk about how COVID-19 can affect the brain and what neurologists are seeing at Saint Luke's.
Health News You Can Use: Alzheimer's Disease Prevention and New Research
Dr. James O'Keefe talks about exciting new research and simple things you can do now that could help prevent the onset of the disease.
Health News You Can Use: How to Stay Healthy During Thanksgiving Gatherings
this week's Health News You Can Use with Saint Luke's Health System Director of Infectious Disease, Ginny Boos, PhD, who explains what you can do to keep your #Thanksgiving gatherings safe.