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KSHB: Plastic surgeon warns of firework hand injuries
Fireworks are a fun way to celebrate the Fourth of July, but there are dangers as well that can lead to a patient seeing a plastic surgeon.  
Media Coverage: Doctors warn of injuries caused by fireworks over Fourth of July holiday
Many people celebrate the Fourth of July by setting off fireworks. But doctors warn people to be cautious when doing so, as many people end up in the emergency department over the holiday every year.
KCTV: Immunotherapy Treatment Offers New Hope to Dying Man
For many, the first thing that comes to mind for cancer treatment is chemotherapy. But Saint Luke's offers an innovative, alternative treatment for cancer patients that can add years to their lives.
diaTribe: Preventative Cardiology: Rethinking Diabetes Care to Improve Heart Health
The Saint Luke’s Michael and Marlys Haverty Cardio Metabolic Center of Excellence is a new clinic designed to provide comprehensive risk reduction, by focusing on the prevention and treatment of heart complications in people with type 2 diabetes.
KSHB: Troubling Statistics: Kids left in hot cars
A child's core body temperature rises three to five times faster than adults, any amount of time unattended in a car can be dangerous. Hot car deaths are on the rise with 14 children passing from this already this year.
Surviving SCAD: Rare Heart Condition Leads Dana to Saint Luke’s
After having a SCAD heart attack, Dana Garrison found a cardiologist at Saint Luke's, who specializes in the condition, and joined a study to help further the understanding of it.
BioNexus: Saint Luke's Cardiologist Battles Leading Killer of Women
Heart disease and stroke kill more women than all forms of cancer combined, yet most modern coronary treatment is based on research studies where women were underrepresented or absent. BioNexus talked to Dr. Tracy Stevens about her focus on women's heart health.
KSHB: SCAD: The Top Cause of Heart Attacks in Young Women
SCAD is the number one cause of heart attacks in young women under the age of 50. KSHB talked Dr. Anna Grodzinsky about how it differs from a traditional heart attack.