Saint Luke's Newsroom

KMBC: New side effect from COVID-19 vaccine might be mistaken as breast cancer
KMBC talked to Dr. Mary Mitchell about the new side effect seen in some women and why the vaccine is causing it to happen.
KMBC: Fire departments, doctors urge residents to have carbon-monoxide detectors
When the temperatures get this cold, potential carbon monoxide poisoning can become a big risk. KMBC talked to Dr. Marc Larsen about the red flags of CO poisoning.
KSHB: Retired KU professor with amyloidosis becomes oldest Saint Luke's heart transplant recipient
KSHB talked to Dr. Andrew Kao and Prof. John Edgar Tidwell about a rare condition that led to the need for a heart transplant.
FOX4: Heart attack survivor launches clothing line to give back
Matt McInnes was 38 years old when he suffered a massive heart attack. FOX4 talked to the local clothing line owner about how he's now giving back.
KMBC: Health expert talks importance of double masking to protect against COVID-19
KMBC talked to Dr. Ginny Boos about the most effective way to double mask for protection against COVID-19.
KMBC: Should you hold out for Moderna, Pfizer instead of Johnson & Johnson's vaccine?
Dr. Sarah Boyd explains why you should take the first COVID-19 vaccine offered on KMBC.
American Heart Association News: Watch Your Heart Rate, But Don't Obsess About It
Dr. Tracy Stevens explains what to look for when checking your heart rate and why that is only once piece of the whole picture.
Audra Beverlin named Wright Memorial Hospital’s Employee of the Quarter
Award recognizes one outstanding employee who shows exemplary service
BioNexus KC: Saint Luke’s Cardiologist Determined to Improve Diabetes Care, Outcomes
Sometimes the most dangerous element of disease is not its immediate manifestations, but secondary dangers that follow.