For now, doctors will still rely on the tools they've long used to evaluate thinking skills to diagnose most cases.
New research shows the stop-smoking drugs Chantix and Zyban are as safe for the heart as nicotine patches and dummy pills.
Grit. It stands for strength of character and perseverance. It's a fitting name for 6 month old Grit Henderson from Lawrence. Today he's fighting a rare tumor on his prostate.
The Kansas Health Institute breaks down the newly released 2018 National County Health Rankings Roadmaps Report.
Today, a color blind woman in Topeka, is using color blind glasses to see colors correctly.
If you are a spring allergy sufferer, now is the time to start taking advantage of those preventative measures to make sure your body doesn't deal with those seasonal symptoms.
March is Colon Cancer Awareness Month. This year -- the American Cancer Society estimates just over 50,000 people will die of colorectal cancer. At age 48, Jacqui Schrader from Emporia was diagnosed with it twice.
NBC News reports medical students at TCU are learning how to use food to heal the body.
Alice Simmons, from Emporia, gave birth to a beautiful baby boy, born looking perfectly healthy but within 20 weeks of pregnancy, Alice learned her baby, Carter Gene, had a heart defect.
RSV, Respiratory Syncytial Virus, is a scary health condition for new parents and their young kids. Local doctors say cases are on the rise right now.
Have you ever had extreme swelling or disfigurement on your knee, ankle, or arm? If the answer is yes, you may have Lymphedema.
In 2010, Gail Barrett from Emporia, lost her baby boy, Wade to SIDS and has a message for parents today.
KSNT'S Doctor on Call, Dr. Tim Borchers joined KSNT News Morning Anchor Brittany Moore to discuss the contagious liver disease.
A study featured in March's issue of Mayo Clinic Proceedings shows kidney stones are on the rise.
The first treatment to help prevent serious allergic reactions to peanuts may be on the way.