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Grateful Couple Establishes Gift in Honor of Cardiologist
At the age of 26, James Stevens was told the unthinkable. He only had weeks to live after clinicians discovered a rare tumor.
KSHB: Positive coronavirus cases continue to climb in KC metro
The Kansas City metro saw its second-highest number of COVID-19 cases in a single day Wednesday. KSHB talked to Dr. Marc Larsen about what people can do to stop this trend from continuing.
KCTV: Foods to boost your immune system
KCTV came to Saint Luke's Muriel I. Kauffman Women's Heart Center's Food As Medicine Everyday Kitchen to talk about foods that can boost your immune system.
Learning to Appreciate Life
Peaches Tutera Cunningham and her husband, David, welcomed their son, John David, into the world in 1996. Two short years later, John David was diagnosed with autism.
Courier Tribune: FAME: Expert discusses healthy summer snack options
Instilling nutritious eating habits at an early age can create lifelong practices that promote good health. The Courier Tribune talked to Lucas Schubert with Saint Luke's Food As Medicine Everday (FAME) program about healthy snack and drink options for summer.
KCTV: Fireworks and hand sanitizer could make for dangerous combination on July 4th
Doctors warn there may be added risk for fireworks injuries this year during the pandemic. KCTV talked to Dr. Tom McEwan about why hand sanitizer and fireworks are a dangerous combination.
FOX 4 News. Man cooking steaks over a grill.
FOX4: Saint Luke's doctor shares ways to stay COVID-19 safe during Fourth of July celebrations
As Americans gear up to celebrate the Fourth of July, FOX4 talked to Dr. Sarah Boyd about things you can do to stay COVID-19 safe over the holiday weekend.
KMBC 9 abc. Photo of Carol Lance and her new baby, Harmony.
KMBC: Doctors urge pregnant women to be extra cautious as growing number test positive for COVID-19
The number of pregnant women testing positive for COVID-19 is going up in the Kansas City area. KMBC talked to Dr. Ingenue Cobbinah about what precautions expectant mothers should take.
Dr. Pluard with Lori Voges
A Place of Hope
Lori Voges was diagnosed with an aggressive form of metastatic breast cancer at age 43.