Kansas’ governor and top state lawmakers met Thursday to consider a proposed legal settlement between the state and the owner of a Wichita fitness studio forced to shut down during the coronavirus pandemic.
The Kansas Senate voted Thursday to prohibit use of telemedicine services to prescribe medications for inducing abortions and to forbid watering down the mandate during any disaster emergency declared by the state’s governor.
A grant awarded to the KU School of Medicine in Wichita is expected to make a difference in the ongoing effort to teach pediatric residents the skills needed to address physical, as well as mental and behavioral health.
With the rates of addiction, opioid overdoses and deaths continuing to rise across the Wichita area and beyond, Valley Hope Addiction Treatment and Recovery opened a new specialized substance use disorder (SUD) outpatient center in Wichita.
For many families nationwide, RSV and flu are running rampant among children. Adding concern to the difficult situation is that this comes amid a nationwide shortage of medication, specifically for children.