- Up to 70 percent of women aren't informed of reconstruction options following breast cancer. Doctors say, ideally, it should be part of the treatment plan from the very beginning.
- After increasing nine percentage points over a four year span, the rate of on-time immunizations for Kansas children plummeted last year, according to new figures from Kansas Action for Children.
- A Topeka hospital says it briefly isolated two patients with possible Ebola symptoms. The virus was quickly ruled out, but it's an example of new screening processes implemented at Topeka hospitals.
- The chairman of a House subcommittee holding a hearing said Thursday he's troubled that the country isn't taking more steps to restrict the travel of people from Ebola-ravaged African countries to the United States.
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