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Patient Nichole Lipari with her dog. 41 Action News. KSHB
KSHB: Neurologists see increase in stress-induced migraines amid the pandemic
Amid the COVID-19 pandemic, neurologists are seeing many patients with worsening or more frequent migraines. KSHB talked to Dr. Sarah Gibbons about what's causing this trend.
KMBC: Kansas City hospitals say they're well equipped for potential second wave of COVID-19
Saint Luke's experts talk about a possible second wave of COVID-19 and how they are prepared.
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Saint Luke’s Mid America Heart Institute Announces Launch of National Cardiometabolic Center Alliance
Alliance to establish Cardiometabolic Centers of Excellence across the nation.
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Three-time Heart Attack Survivor Takes Control of His Health
After suffering three heart attacks and struggling to manage his overall health, David Clifton turned to the team Saint Luke's Michael & Marlys Haverty Cardiometabolic Center of Excellence.
41 Action News: Amanda Davis, Saint Luke's Hospital of KC Crittenton Children's Center
KSHB: Expert says parents should have 'the talk' with children of all races

Talking to kids about race and ethnicity is important and should be discussed with all kids.

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Saint Luke's News: Tempus testing platform gives cancer patients personalized treatment options
Saint Luke’s Cancer Institute is one of only two medical facilities in the country to use a genomic testing platform for cancer research called Tempus.
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KMBZ: With Kansas playgrounds reopening, doctors urge extra caution
Hear why Dr. Sarah Boyd, Saint Luke's Infectious Diseases physician, says opening back up isn't like flipping a switch and everything is safe again.
KMBC: With Kansas playgrounds reopening, doctors urge extra caution
KMBC: With Kansas playgrounds reopening, doctors urge extra caution
Dr. Sarah Boyd, Saint Luke's Infectious Diseases physician, talked to KMBC about why it isn't like flipping a switch and everything is safe again. 
KCTV: Saint Luke's employees take a knee to support racial equality
Saint Luke's employees across the metro participated in a show of support for racial equality as part of the #WhiteCoatsforBlackLives movement nationwide.