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WTTE: Good Day Marketplace: Managing heart failure
More than 8 million people are estimated to have heart failure by 2030. Good Day Marketplace talked to Dr. Mikhail Kosiborod about prevention and new advances in treatment.
A Better Tomorrow
One in every four children will experience violence, abuse, or some other traumatic event by the time they reach preschool.
FOX4: As COVID-19 cases rise, local hospitals working to get people tested, results back quickly
Dr. Larsen talks to FOX4 about how many tests Saint Luke's preforms daily and why the community still has to remain vigilant. 
The Future of Medicine
Earl Benner has been a faithful supporter of Saint Luke’s for nearly two decades, both civically and philanthropically.
KSHB: Increase in COVID-19 testing may mean longer wait time for results

As more coronavirus testing becomes available, the wait time for results is getting longer for some people.

Thinking about Weight Loss Surgery? Adopting a Bariatric Diet is Step One
What you eat is understandably one of the most important parts of losing weight. Bariatric surgery is a tool to help with weight loss, and a proper diet and nutrition is one factor that makes the tool successful.
KSHB: Lee's Summit man celebrates leaving hospital after three months-long COVID-19 battle
After being in the hospital for more than three months with COVID-19, Everidge Cade's sendoff at Saint Luke's Rehabilitation Institute was more than just a fond farewell. KSHB talked to the 73-year-old about his story of survival and Dr. Brad Steinle.
KSHB: Health officials say proper sample collection key for accurate COVID-19 self-tests
Some COVID-19 testing sites across the Kansas City area outside of Saint Luke's Health System are asking people to self-swab. KSHB talked to Ginny Boos, PhD, RN, about the key for accurate test results.
KMBC: Doctor says there's no excuse for not wearing a mask
Dr. Andrew Schlachter says there is plenty of science behind wearing masks and has a message for those who don't want to cover their faces.