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Double fruits & veggies? Grant will aid healthy eating in Kansas

MANHATTAN, Kan.– Londa Nwadike thinks it’s always a good idea to double up on fruits and vegetables. So Nwadike, an extension associate professor in...

Promoting Wellness in our Society

Let’s Put Ourselves in Their Shoes When I met her, she was younger than I am now. I was responsible for admissions to our hospital...

New OB/GYN Seeing Patients at Hutchinson Clinic

New OB/GYN Seeing Patients at Hutchinson Clinic   Hutchinson Clinic today announces our newest OB/GYN physician, Dr. Johanna Agustin. Coming to us from Wichita, Dr. Agustin...

KSRE – ‘Powerful Tools for Caregivers’ offered Nov. 2

‘Powerful Tools for Caregivers’ offered Nov. 2    Program is available online each Monday     MANHATTAN, Kan. – Providing care for another person is a big responsibility, and...

KDOA : West Nile Virus Confirmed in Horse in Douglas County

October 1, 2020           West Nile Virus Confirmed in Horse in Douglas County   MANHATTAN, Kansas — The Kansas Department of Agriculture Division of Animal Health has received...

KU News 9/25: Former KU disabilities researcher Richard Schiefelbusch dies at age 102

Today's News from the University of Kansas   From the Office of Public Affairs | http://www.news.ku.edu   Headlines   Contact: Jen Humphrey, Life Span Institute, 785-864-6621, [email protected], @kulifespan KU scientist Richard Schiefelbusch...

When We Know Better

Prairie Doc® Perspectives for week of September 13, 2020 When We Know Better By Debra Johnston, M.D.   Early in the pandemic, I had occasion to page through...

Prairie Doc® Perspectives – Plan Ahead for Fall Mold Allergies

Prairie Doc® Perspectives Plan Ahead for Fall Mold Allergies By Mark E. Bubak, M.D. August 23, 2020 Summer and fall are prime seasons for mold allergy problems. Mold...

Let’s Exercise Our Brains

Prairie Doc® Perspectives Let’s Exercise Our Brains By Kenneth A. Bartholomew, M.D. August 30, 2020 Albert Einstein conducted thought experiments to figure out theoretical problems. Let’s do one...

Passing the Torch

Prairie Doc® Perspectives Passing the Torch By Jill Kruse, D.O. September 6, 2020 When I was younger my parents would let me stay up late to watch “The...
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