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New Study Finds Black and Hispanic Individuals Less Likely to Receive CPR From Bystanders at Home and In Public
Large-scale review finds racial and ethnic disparities in bystander CPR for witnessed cardiac arrest.
Former Saint Luke’s Patient Returns as Chaplain Resident
Anne Raudsepp Hardy’s mission is to give hope and encouragement to patients — the same hope God gave her after a traumatic brain injury.
Health News You Can Use: Latest Treatments for Early-Stage Breast Cancer
We’re talking about new and innovative treatments for early-stage breast cancer and the special clinic Saint Luke’s offers its patients.
Washington Post: Anxiety Screening May Happen at Your Child's Next Doctor Visit. Here's Why.
The Washington Post spoke to Dr. Jennifer Bernard about what parents and children can expect during an anxiety screening, following new recommendations by a U.S. task force.
KMBC: Carbon Monoxide Leaks More Common With Changes in the Weather
KMBC talked to Dr. Todd Fristo about how carbon monoxide leaks are more common as people turn on their heaters.
Iola Register: Armstrong Takes Helm of Hospital
The Iola Register talked to Jeremy Armstrong, the new administrator for Allen County Regional and Anderson County hospitals, about his new role.
Aneurysm Survivor Raises Awareness About High Blood Pressure in Women
Lisa Henry is raising awareness about the risks of untreated high blood pressure after experiencing an aneurysm last year.
Saint Luke's to Streamline Community Hospital Services in Kansas
Saint Luke's Health System announced today it will close two Saint Luke's South Community Hospital locations.
Pain Management Offered Through Outpatient Specialty Clinics
Starting November 10, Adam Madl, DO, with Saint Luke’s Anesthesiology Specialists, will provide a specialty clinic at the hospital in Iola for patients who suffer from chronic or acute pain.