Barb Wells, a mother of two, was recently diagnosed with her second bout of breast cancer.

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She's only the second person in the world to have two heart transplants and two healthy pregnancies.

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“Relieved” and “grateful” are words a family used after Blain Hartman, Security Officer at

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You can’t hear about the Kentucky Derby without hearing about mint juleps—in fact more than 80,000 were poured this past weekend at Ch

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Stroke patients who undergo neuro intervention to remove blood clots in their brain sometimes experience "miraculous," and almost inst

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Women in Leavenworth and surrounding communities now have a better chance for early detection of breast cancer.

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On January 1, 2015, Princeton-area family practice physician Tammy K.

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Rich McKain has been appointed CEO for Anderson County Hospital effective January 11, 2016.

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The statistics are startling: 1 in 8 women will develop breast cancer in her lifetime.

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Maggie knew something was terribly wrong when she arrived to pick up her “Nannie” for their weekly coffee outing.

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Agnes Lickteig had known since she was a child that she had a heart murmur. It never bothered her much.

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For almost 4 decades, Dan Verbeck covered the stories of Kansas City never thinking one day he would be the one making news.

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With the recent death of Patty Duke and Muhammad Ali, the lesser known but life-threatening disease is making headlines.  Dr.

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When Arnold Smyth had heart transplant surgery last June, running a 5K was the last thing on his mind.

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Barb Wells, a mother of two, was recently diagnosed with her second bout of breast cancer.

Read more »

She's only the second person in the world to have two heart transplants and two healthy pregnancies.

Read more »

“Relieved” and “grateful” are words a family used after Blain Hartman, Security Officer at

Read more »

You can’t hear about the Kentucky Derby without hearing about mint juleps—in fact more than 80,000 were poured this past weekend at Ch

Read more »

Stroke patients who undergo neuro intervention to remove blood clots in their brain sometimes experience "miraculous," and almost inst

Read more »

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