Flu cases in Kansas and Lawrence are getting worse and the Kansas Health Department is encouraging everyone to get a flu shot.
January is cervical cancer awareness month, and this year it is important for women to be aware of new screening guidelines.
Federal officials have finalized terms with Kansas for the state's new managed care plan for Medicaid.
Kansas health officials are expecting the state to have another relatively mild flu season, but they're still encouraging shots for nearly everyone 6 months or older.
Heart patients at the University of Kansas Hospital are benefiting from the same GPS technology that helps them navigate the streets in their cars.
A new rapid way to decode the DNA of sick newborns may help doctors diagnose genetic diseases faster in their tiniest patients - in roughly two days instead of weeks.
Officials from two state agencies tell a legislative committee that Kansas is making progress in its overhaul of its Medicaid system.
A new government study is ranking the states on obesity, and the numbers show nearly 30 percent of Kansas adults are obese.
The University of Kansas Hospital has become the official health care provider of the Kansas City Chiefs and will have its name on the team's training facility near Arrowhead Stadium.
Gov. Sam Brownback's administration resubmitted a Medicaid waiver proposal to the federal government after the first proposal needed to be withdrawn.