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Flickr photo by Ilan Sharif
Harvest Public Media Friday, August 18th

The report says up to 40 percent of food may be thrown out.

Tim Keck, secretary of the Kansas Department for Aging and Disability Services (photo credit: Celia Llopis-Jepsen, Kansas News Service)
Kansas News Service Wednesday, August 16th

Federal inspectors decertified the Osawatomie State Hospital in December of 2015.

The University of Kansas Hospital (Photo courtesy of KU University Relations)
Kansas News Service Tuesday, August 8th

The University of Kansas Hospital in Kansas City, Kansas and Stormont-Vail in Topeka were both selected for U.S. News & World Report's annual list. 

Kansas News Service Friday, August 4th

The head of the KU Cancer Center says it typically takes 10 or 15 years to attain "comprehensive" status.   

University of Kansas Hospital (Phot credit: KU University Relations)
Kansas News Service Wednesday, August 2nd

Wendy Ann Noon Berner alleges that the University of Kansas Hospital and the now-former chair of its pathology department misdiagnosed her illness. 

Kansas News Service Wednesday, July 26th

Kansas Republican Senator Jerry Moran has voted in favor of repealing the Affordable Care Act.  So, what's next?

KU researchers will survey the workers to develop solutions for health problems.
Kansas News Service Friday, July 21st

Moving often from place to place can make it difficult for migrant farm workers to access health care.    

Harvest Public Media Thursday, July 20th

Cattle showing signs of neurological disorders are routinely screened for bovine spongiform encephalopathy, which is more commonly called mad cow disease. 

Advocates say the state has already lost $2 billion in federal funding by failing to expand Medicaid.
Kansas News Service Thursday, July 20th

The Kansas Hospital Association and other groups are gearing up for another try to expand KanCare, the state’s privatized Medicaid program, during the next legislative session.

  Demonstrators at the weekly protest outside Republican Senator Jerry Moran's Olathe office carried "Thank You" signs Tuesday after the Senator stood firm against the Obamacare replacement bill. The mood shifted quickly with news Moran would still support repealing Obamacare.  (Photo by Jim McLean, Kansas News Service)
Kansas News Service Wednesday, July 19th

Kansas Republican Senator Jerry Moran has been making national news this week for his evolving views on the GOP health care plan.  

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