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Events set to mark National Slavery and Human Trafficking Prevention Month
Dec 27, 2017 -- Two local events are scheduled in January to mark National Slavery and Human Trafficking Prevention Month.
Maternity wards are disappearing from rural America
Dec 15, 2017 -- As rural hospitals struggle to keep their doors open, the high cost of ob-gyn wards makes them one of the first things cut.
Emergency HIV drug is hard to find in rural areas
Dec 01, 2017 -- For decades, medical professionals have used a treatment to reduce their risk of contracting HIV by 80 percent after exposure, like if they’re accidentally pricked by a used needle.
Free testing during World AIDS Day
Dec 01, 2017 -- Today is World AIDS day. Several local organizations are holding special programs today as well as free testing.
The future of the river
Oct 01, 2017 -- You must have a subscription or obtain a hard copy to view the article in its entirety.
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.
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