Officers at locations across the state will be collecting unused leftover medications for safe disposal on Saturday.
Some college students are skipping meals in order to speed up the effects of alcohol during drinking binges.
Students at two high schools are being given access to free condoms at their school’s health offices.
Recalling involves approximately 15,000 units because they contain undeclared soy or Yellow #5 food coloring.
The KDADS said people should be aware that benefits and premiums could be changing for 2017.
Seasonal colds and flu are preventing many regular donors from giving.
A Portland organization is bringing joy to kids who face chronic or terminal illnesses and spend much of their lives in the hospital.
Tiny chips implanted in Nathan Copeland’s brain are bypassing his broken spinal cord.
Sedgwick County will hold a prescription drug take back on Saturday, October 22, 2016 from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m.
The kiosks provide a safe and convenient way to dispose of unwanted including controlled substances and expired prescriptions.
A young breast cancer survivor works to help keep other women healthy.
The tablets may pose a risk to infants and children; including seizures and breathing issues.
Stiller credits the test that diagnosed the cancer with saving his life.
The Evangelical Lutheran Good Samaritan Society filed its lawsuit Thursday in U.S. District Court in Kansas.
Sedgwick County Health reports a student on the Wichita State University campus is diagnosed with tuberculosis.