Saint Luke's News

Mental Health Awareness Month
Saint Luke's News: Tools for Mental Health Month in May
One in five people will experience a mental illness during their lifetime ̶ the good news is that there are practical tools you can use to help yourself or someone you know recover.
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Wright Memorial Hospital’s Senior Life Solutions shares practical tools to improve mental health
As part of Mental Health Month, Wright Memorial Hospital's Senior Life Solutions shares what individuals can do to prioritize mental health and support those who are struggling.
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Saint Luke’s Mid America Heart Institute and AstraZeneca initiate Phase III DARE-19 trial in COVID-19 patients
The trial will assess the potential of dapagliflozin in reducing the risk of serious complications and organ failure.
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Saint Luke's News: Medical Surgical Team Saves Saint Luke’s Employee After Losing Consciousness 

Lisa Boyle has worked as a physical therapist assistant at Saint Luke’s since 2013.

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Saint Luke's News: Saint Luke’s Offering Walk-Thru Testing Site For COVID-19
Saint Luke’s Health System is pleased to announce that it has opened a walk-through testing site for COVID-19 patients who meet the criteria and may not be able to take advantage of drive-thru testing.
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Saint Luke's News: Saint Luke’s Expands COVID-19 Drive-Through Testing to All First Responders
Saint Luke’s Health System is pleased to announce that it is expanding drive-through testing of COVID-19 to all first responders within the region who meet testing criteria.
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Saint Luke’s News: Saint Luke’s Health System to see quicker turnaround on COVID-19 test results with new ability to process tests in-house
Saint Luke’s Health System is now able to process COVID-19 tests in-house, allowing for a quicker turnaround on results for Saint Luke’s patients and employees.
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NIH-funded studies show stents and surgery no better than medication, lifestyle changes at reducing cardiac events
Saint Luke's Director of Health Outcomes and Research at Saint Luke's Mid America Heart Institute helps in NIH-funded studies that find stents, surgery provide higher quality of life for those with chest pain.
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Saint Luke’s News: Colorectal Cancer Awareness Month: The new age is 45! Are you up to date on your screenings?
Colorectal cancer is the second leading cause of cancer-related deaths in the U.S. Drs. Chhabra, Tolentino, and Amajoyi explain how staying up to date on your screenings can greatly reduce your risk.