Saint Luke's News

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.
Saint Luke’s Shows Gratitude for Frontline Staff with Minimum Wage Increase to $15
Saint Luke’s Health System today shares news of a permanent increase to its minimum hourly wage.
Saint Luke's Health System Joins Thousands of Top U.S. Hospitals to Encourage Everyone to #MaskUp
Growing numbers of COVID-19 cases and deaths are troubling; facemasks can slow the trend
Health News You Can Use: Pregnancy in the Pandemic
On this week's Health News You Can Use we talk with Dr. Devon Ramaeker, Saint Luke's Maternal-Fetal Medicine specialist, about COVID-19, pregnancy during the pandemic, and what expecting families need to know.
Hedrick Medical Center Urges Residents to Wear Masks, Social Distance
Hedrick Medical Center is urging all residents in the Chillicothe, Missouri area to wear masks and socially distance from others when in public as the number of positive cases in Missouri reaches an all-time high.
New Research Finds Promising Therapy to Prevent Alzheimer’s Disease
A new study co-authored by Saint Luke’s cardiologist James O’Keefe, MD suggests that therapies to block a hormone called TNF can greatly reduce the risk of developing Alzheimer’s disease.
Health News You Can Use: Latest News on COVID-19
On this week's Health News You Can Use: What frontline doctors and health care workers want you to know.
Health News You Can Use: How to Cope with Election Anxiety and Mental Health During the Holidays
Between the election and the COVID-19 pandemic, it's a stressful time for many Americans. Our expert gives helpful tips on how to work through these high emotions.