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Ron Fowler may not be comfortable speaking in front of a group. He prefers to express his thoughts and feelings in a different way. Writing ...
May 22, 2013 marks the 100th Birthday of the American Cancer Society (ACS). The ACS has worked relentlessly to save lives and create a world ...
Got talent? Prove it! Introducing Relay Idol to Relay For Life of Douglas County Friday, June 7th, 2013 Free State High School Track Lawrence, KS ...
As a primary care provider, I ask all new patients if they have end-of-life wishes or formal "Advanced Medical Directives". Advanced directives are often part ...
Headquarters Counseling Center was honored with the Crisis Center Excellence Award by the American Association of Suicidology (AAS) at their conference in Austin. The annual ...
There are still a lot of details even the top officials at Lawrence Memorial Hospital don’t understand about the new system of buying health insurance under the federal Affordable Care Act. But Joe Pedley, LMH’s chief financial officer, believes one concept for consumers is abundantly clear. “People had better learn how to do math,” Pedley said. By Chad Lawhorn
Andrew Stull, environmental health specialist for the Lawrence-Douglas County Health Department, spent two weeks in April in Kotzebue, Alaska, and five nearby villages as part ...
Anschutz Sports Pavilion on the University of Kansas campus was bursting with energy last Friday morning as 620 third-graders from Northeast Kansas filled it as ...
Before joining the Lawrence-Douglas County Health Department staff five years ago, Debbie Mitchell admits she had “no clue” about all of the services it provided ...
Steve Hall needs to see his doctor, but until a wheelchair ramp can be constructed, he is effectively trapped in his home. Volunteers have agreed ...
We had a record nine applicants for this year’s Double Take contest, with three juniors and six seniors, one from Free State, four from Bishop Seabury Academy and four from Lawrence High.
Julie Wei was a pediatric Otolaryngologist, or ear, nose and throat specialist, at the University of Kansas Medical Center for more than ten years when she began to see a trend that she didn’t like: a large number of children with chronic congestion. Wei’s book, “A Healthier Wei” is an explanation of why she believes children are being misdiagnosed and wrongly medicated and her theory, with proven success, on how to fix these problems.
As a celebration of the 100th birthday of the American Cancer Society, the organization is encouraging people to raise awareness and join the fight against cancer.
May 22, 2013 marks the American Cancer Society's 100th Birthday. As the official sponsor of birthdays, we believe this year provides a unique opportunity for ...
It's National Nurses Week! At the Lawrence-Douglas County Health Department, nurses work in a variety of programs and do a variety of tasks. Those tasks ...
Lawrence call center expected to add positions to handle insurance exchange calls. Four states that have snubbed the federal health law by defaulting to the ...
With their long hair and long beards, they look like rock stars. But they don’t act like it. No limos or five-star hotels for this ...