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The future of the river
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Mental health workers weigh safety, avoiding stigma after psychiatrist’s death
Sep 25, 2017 -- In the days after Wichita psychiatrist Achutha Reddy was killed and one of his patients arrested, some mental health workers have had second thoughts about their careers.
Mental health workers react to peer's killing
Sep 14, 2017 -- Dr. Matthew Macaluso talked about violence and mental health in regards to a psychiatrist being killed by one of his patients this week. Dr. Macaluso wanted it known that data proves that not all people with mental illness have a risk of violent crime.
Report: Suicide Rate In Sedgwick County Highest on Record
Sep 06, 2017 -- Nicole Klaus, psychologist with the University of Kansas School of Medicine in Wichita, talks about the suicide deaths spike in Sedgwick County, Kansas.
Backyard Picnic
Sep 06, 2017 -- [Video] 'A Sweet Affair' Backyard Picnic is a benefit for Wichita area HIV/AIDS Patients being held on Tuesday, September 19, 2017.
‘The highest rate on record’: Sedgwick County suicide deaths spike
Sep 06, 2017 -- Nicole Klaus, psychologist with the University of Kansas School of Medicine in Wichita, talks about the suicide deaths spike in Sedgwick County, Kansas.
Interview: 23rd ‘A Sweet A’Fair’ fundraiser for HIV/AIDS patients
Sep 03, 2017 -- [Video] The 23rd 'A Sweet A'Fair' fundraiser takes place on Tuesday, Sept. 19. The event is to raise money for HIV/AIDS patients.
Wichita deals with flood of opioid abuse
Aug 02, 2017 -- Dr. Robin Walker, an associate clinical professor at the KU School of Medicine in Wichita and family medical doctor, sees the opioid epidemic getting worse.
Starting July 1st, new doctors could work 24 hour shift
Jun 29, 2017 -- A change in ACGME guidelines will allow first-year residents to work 24-hour shifts.
Time to menopause may impact women's heart disease risk
May 15, 2017 -- Postmenopausal women who reached menopause at an earlier age or who never gave birth may be at higher risk for heart disease, according to a new study by researchers at UCSF Health.
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