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New Process Takes Load Off Heart Patients

Updated: 09/06/2012 - Aquapheresis is thought to be a better way to help congestive heart failure patients shed the water and salt they often retain.

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U.S. Warns Nearly 40 Countries About Hantavirus

Posted: 09/05/2012 - The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention says up to 10,000 people are at risk. Virus causes a rare lung disease that kills about a third of those infected.

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One-Third Of America's Adults Have High Blood Pressure

Posted: 09/05/2012 - Sixty-seven million Americans - about one-third of the country - have high blood pressure, according to a new Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) report released Tuesday. However, only half of them have are actively working to control it.

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Author Judy Blume Had Mastectomy After Breast Cancer Diagnosis

Posted: 09/05/2012 - Author Judy Blume, famous for her young adult novels "Forever," "Blubber" and "Are You There God? It's Me, Margaret," announced on her blog that she underwent a mastectomy after being diagnosed with breast cancer.

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State Launches KanCare Website

Updated: 09/04/2012 - The new website answers questions about the state's new Medicaid program.

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Kansas Launches New Website, Detailing KanCare

Posted: 09/04/2012 - The new KanCare site contains information and material from KDHE’s former KanCare Web page plus more content to assist Medicaid consumers and service providers during the system's transition.

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Rally Advocates For Childbirth Rights

Posted: 09/03/2012 - Advocates with Topeka's "National Rally for Change" say they want hospitals to review their birth-specific policies and procedures.

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New Virus Found in Missouri, Linked to Ticks

Posted: 08/30/2012 - For two farmers in northwestern Missouri, the severe illness that followed a tick bite led epidemiologists on a journey to a new viral discovery.

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Cantaloupe From Indiana Confirmed as Source of Salmonella Outbreak

Posted: 08/29/2012 - A DNA test has revealed that cantaloupe from Chamberlain Farms in Owensville, Indiana is the source of at least some of the salmonella outbreak that sickened people in 21 states and killed two Kentucky residents, the Food and Drug Administration said Tuesday.

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9 More Tests In Hays Negative For Hepatitis C

Posted: 08/29/2012 - The Kansas Department of Health and Environment says 474 people were potentially exposed to hepatitis C when David Kwiatkowksi worked at the Hays hospital from May to September 2010.

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