Saint Luke's Newsroom

FOX4: FAME: Tomato Basil Avocado Toast
Lucas Schubert, Nutritional Coordinator with Saint Luke's Mid America Heart Institute and the Food As Medicine Everyday (FAME) program, shares a healthy avocado toast recipe with a twist on the FOX4 morning show.
KSHB: Pinwheels for Prevention: Children Learn About Child Abuse Prevention and Awareness
Saint Luke's Hospital of Kansas City's Crittenton Children's Center talked to students at Plaza Middle School about how to spot warning signs and report abuse.
KSHB: April is Child Abuse Prevention Month
Melanie Hicks with Saint Luke's Hospital of Kansas City's Crittenton Children's Center talks to KSHB about how to recognize signs of child abuse and report any suspected cases.
KMBC: Brain Tumor Breakthrough
Doctors now have a new breakthrough tool to help remove fast-growing brain tumors. KMBC talked to Dr. Scott Turner about one of the first Gleolan procedures performed in Kansas City.
KSLA: Team Sports and Lifespan
Participating in team sports can help you live longer. A study co-authored by Dr. James O'Keefe found the best types of exercise for improving life expectancy are social sports that involve playing with friends.
FOX4: Meet the 'Baby Whisperer,' A Saint Luke's Volunteer Who Cares for the Tiniest, Most Vulnerable Patients
One special volunteer at Saint Luke's Hospital of Kansas City is entrusted with caring for some of the most vulnerable patients. FOX4 talked to Bob McElwain about his important job.
KSHB: 'Dogs on Call' Volunteer Time to Comfort Hospice Patients and Families
Saint Luke's Hospice House has a very special team of four-legged volunteers that come by every week. KSHB talked to one volunteer about the Dogs on Call program and its impact on patients and families.
KCTV: Teens' Mental Health Affected by Social Media
Countless studies link social media use to levels of depression and anxiety in teens. Amanda Davis, LPC, shared some tips for parents on how to encourage healthy social media use on Better Kansas City.
KSHB: Can Working the Night Shift Increase Chances of a Miscarriage?
A new study suggests pregnant women who work two or night shifts in a week may have a higher risk of a miscarriage. However, Saint Luke's Dr. Rebecca Lobell talked to KSHB about why the study may be flawed.