- Esketamine nasal spray could transform treatment of depression
Mar 15, 2019 -- A new drug researched at KU School of Medicine-Wichita looks different and works differently than your common antidepressants.
- Local pancreatic cancer survivor shares message of hope to others facing often-deadly diagnosis
Mar 07, 2019 -- This week's news that "Jeopardy" host Alex Trebek has stage 4 pancreatic cancer again brings the oft-fatal diagnosis into the forefront of national conversation.
- Tokala to ask City Council for $12 million to begin developing downtown buildings
Mar 01, 2019 -- According to records with the Kansas Secretary of State's office in Tokala's name, articles of incorporation for an entity called the Kansas Health Science Center Inc. were filed last April.
- 022219 UNM College of Population Health Dean Named
Feb 22, 2019 -- Tracie Collins, M.D., MPH, MHCDS, a clinician and researcher who studies the racial disparities in the impact of serious vascular disorders, has been named dean of The University of New Mexico College of Population Health.
- Ascension Via Christi consolidates, expands behavioral health
Feb 21, 2019 -- “We’re becoming much better positioned to serve patients’ physical and mental health needs,” says psychiatrist Walter Kalu, M.D., who in June 2017 completed his residency in psychiatry at the University of Kansas School of Medicine-Wichita and now serves as a psychiatric hospitalist at Via Christi.
- Filling the rural gap with good recruiting, telemedicine
Feb 12, 2019 -- Michael Kennedy, M.D., associate dean for rural health education at the University of Kansas School of Medicine-Wichita, started out in a rural practice in Burlington, Kan., population 2,500.
- Everyday Heroes: Helping babies survive
Feb 10, 2019 -- More babies in Sedgwick County are surviving their first year of life, and Cari Schmidt with the University of Kansas School of Medicine-Wichita wants to keep that trend going.
- Organizations looking for volunteers to help Kansas foster children
Feb 09, 2019 -- There are many children here in Sedgwick County without a home to call their own. And even if you can't adopt a child there are other ways to help.
- How Kansas hopes to boost low vaccine rates to protect kids against meningitis and more
Feb 08, 2019 -- Thousands of Kansas children and teens go without vaccines that could save their lives. A series of policy changes, though, could protect more Kansans against everything from cervical cancer to swift-acting meningococcal disease.
- Survey finds higher risk of stroke among e-cigarette users
Jan 30, 2019 -- Paul Ndunda, M.D., assistant professor at the University of Kansas School of Medicine-Wichita, authored a study that's making headlines around the world for its findings that include a higher risk of stroke among e-cigarette users.
Last modified: Aug 25, 2018