Untreated central sleep apnea can not only lead to extreme fatigue and memory loss but also much more severe side effects including di

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Kansas City Business Journal healthcare reporter, Elise Reuter, examines clinical trial options for cancer patients in Kansas City and

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Two years ago, Sesame Workshop, the program’s educational arm, created “

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Hedrick Medical Center is pleased to welcome podiatrist, Eric James, DPM, to the medical team.

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Hedrick Medical Center is pleased to welcome podiatrist, Eric James, DPM, to the medical team.

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Saint Luke’s Mid America Heart Institute—one of the leading outcomes research centers in the nation—is seeking highly motivated, talen

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Cynvenio Biosystems, Inc., a leader in liquid biopsy technology for cancer research and personalized medicine, today announced the launch of a new breast cancer monitoring study in partnership with Saint Luke’s Cancer Institute in Kansas City, Missouri.

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The American Association of Critical-Care Nurses (AACN), the world’s largest specialty nursing organization, announces its board of directors for fiscal year 2018, with terms effective July 1, 2017. Saint Luke's Health System Director of Regulatory Readiness, Lisa Riggs, MSN, RN, APRN-BC, CCRN-K was named President-Elect.

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Saint Luke’s Hospital has been recognized on U.S. News & World Report’s 2017-18 Best Hospitals rankings, released today. The rankings, now in their 28th year, recognize hospitals that excel in treating the most challenging patients.

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Tilly Lotspeich is clearly a woman in charge. You’d have to be, to be a female owner of car dealerships, and to make a success of them in the current economic climate. Lotspeich took over the family-run GM dealership in Warrensburg, Mo., five years ago after her husband died of a heart attack.

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If anyone should not have had heart trouble, it was Steve Gregory. Or so you’d think. The 50-year-old entrepreneur was a cardio-workout wonder. Serious cyclist since college days. Avid runner since 2005, good enough to run the 5K Amy Thompson Run. He’d climbed a 14,000-foot mountain and been just fine. But in the summer of 2006, he’d felt a twinge.

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Carol Brooks can attest to this: Mammograms help save lives. The Overland Park, Kan., resident has a family history—her mother and cousin had breast cancer—so she’s diligent about annual mammograms

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Kate Wells and her husband, Michael, had taken advantage of the early check-in offer. So when they arrived early that Thursday in May, they could go right to their room. And what a big room it was! Enough space for three people, in fact, and loaded with amenities: plasma TV, extra-comfy bed, Wi-Fi, DVD and CD players.

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Sofie Sneed doesn’t know it yet, but the moment her mom delivered her on June 15, 2009, she did the world a good deed. The cells in the umbilical cord that was her lifeline for nine months became a potential lifesaver for someone else.

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Untreated central sleep apnea can not only lead to extreme fatigue and memory loss but also much more severe side effects including di

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Kansas City Business Journal healthcare reporter, Elise Reuter, examines clinical trial options for cancer patients in Kansas City and

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Two years ago, Sesame Workshop, the program’s educational arm, created “

Read more »

Saint Luke’s Mid America Heart Institute—one of the leading outcomes research centers in the nation—is seeking highly motivated, talen

Read more »

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