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Medscape: Endovascular Outcomes Worse with Critical Limb Ischemia vs Intermittent Claudication
Dr. Matthew Bunte explained the impact of the study in patients with peripheral artery disease (PAD).
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Wright Memorial Hospital awarded national accreditation from The Joint Commission
Wright Memorial Hospital has earned The Joint Commission’s Gold Seal of Approval® Accreditation by demonstrating continuous compliance with its performance standards.
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Health Affairs: Getting To The Heart Of America’s Maternal Mortality Crisis
Health Affairs talked to Drs. Karen Florio, Laura Schmidt, and Anna Grodzinsky about a Missouri cardio-obstetrics program and a national registry target the leading cause of maternal death.
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Wellness in Schools (WinS) student health program receives donation from the Farmers' Electric Area Youth Benefit Fund
The WinS program is a partnership with Livingston County area school districts to provide access to healthcare for un- and under-insured students.
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Health News You Can Use: Stress and the Holidays
This week, we talk to Monty Miller, psychotherapist and at Saint Luke’s Health System, about the stress around the holidays, tips to lessen that stress, and how to keep the joy alive this holiday season.
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ESPN: Kansas City Chiefs' Tyrann Mathieu surprises critical response nurse with Super Bowl tickets
Mathieu surprised one nurse at Saint Luke's South Hospital to thank him for his work on the front lines.
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KMBC: Chiefs' Tyrann Mathieu surprises Saint Luke's nurse with Super Bowl tickets
KMBC was there as Mathieu surprised a nurse at Saint Luke's South for his work on the front lines during the pandemic.
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Health News You Can Use: COVID-19 Booster Shots
This week are answering some of the most common questions about the booster shots following the strengthened guidelines.
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KMBC: Doctors continue to grapple with COVID-19's delta variant while keeping an eye on omicron
KMBC talked to Nick Bennett, PharmD, about the new variant and the importance of getting vaccinated.