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Saint Luke's Specialist Helps Local High School Football Player not Miss a Minute of Play
When Garrett Brendle ripped through the offensive line to make a tackle at his high school football camp, his wrist snapped backward. See how quickly he was treated and back on the field after visiting Saint Luke's Urgent Care at Shoal Creek.
Better Kansas City: Open the conversation surrounding suicide
September is National Suicide Prevention Month. Amanda Davis shares how to open the conversation with teens and children, as well as what stressors can trigger harmful thoughts with Better Kansas City.  
KCTV: Study says some vaccinated for mumps are not protected
Mumps cases are on the rise, and a new study says even people who are vaccinated may still get the virus. KCTV talked to Dr. Todd Fristo to find out if parents should be concerned.
Better Kansas City - Saint Luke's Women's Heart Center celebrates 25 years with the Temptations
Saint Luke's Muriel I. Kauffman Women's Heart Center is celebrating its 25th year serving the Kansas City community and taking a proactive role in addressing women's heart health.
FOX4: FAME: Turkey Avocado Roll-ups and other healthy school lunches
Lucas Schubert, Nutritional Coordinator with Saint Luke's Mid America Heart Institute and the Food As Medicine Everyday (FAME) program, shares how to make easy Turkey Avocado Roll-ups and other healthy lunch options as kids go back to school with the FOX4 morning show. 
FOX4: Rising pediatric trend of video game injuries has gamers, physicians weighing in
A new pediatric trend shows injuries while playing video games are becoming more common. FOX4 talked to Dr. Goldstein and gamers around the area about Esports injuries.
Calm in the Chaos: Traumatic Crash Sends Cameron Man to Saint Luke’s
After a serious crash in rural Missouri, Mark Carr felt at ease in the hands of the Saint Luke's Hospital of Kansas City trauma team.
FOX4: Saint Luke's Rehabilitation Institute opening in September
There is now new hope for people who have suffered life-altering injuries in the region. FOX4 talked to one patient who came to Saint Luke's for her rehabilitation care after suffering multiple aneurysms and a stroke.