Kids take medicine for all kinds of chronic conditions these days, like constipation and acid reflux, but are medicines really necessary?
Recent advances in genome sequencing, including a technology developed at Children’s Mercy Hospital known as "fast sequencing," are helping medical professionals diagnose often-fatal diseases.
People who are transgender—meaning that they identify with a gender different from their biological one—face a difficult road to self-acceptance.
We've all heard the CPR checklist: Check the airway, start chest compressions, tilt the head back, and breathe.
Just how much influence does Big Beef have in Cowtown?
What's the most common rat in Kansas City these days? Tipping the scales at 10-17 ounces and a nasty little 7-10-inch body, it's the Norway rat.