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Dr. Rebecca Wayman, an OB/GYN at Research Medical Center and Belton Regional Medical Center, discusses the growing popularity of natural childbirth and how hospitals have changed to make the process more peaceful, natural and low intervention.

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Local nurses are being recognized for making a difference in their patients' lives, their hospitals and their communities.

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Trusted community healthcare provider awarded an “A” in Spring 2015 Hospital Safety Score.

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Sarah Cannon cancer experts discussed the importance of clinical trials, targeted therapies and the exciting world of immunotherapy on Fox & Friends this morning. HCA Midwest Health is proud to be a partner with Sarah Cannon, bringing world-class cancer care in your community.

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Knowledge is power when it comes to stroke. Knowing your personal risk factors and learning to quickly recognize the signs and symptoms, can save your life, says Dr. Lori A Boyajian-O'Neill with HCA Midwest Health. Here are some tips to reduce your risk. We also encourage you to take our free online stroke risk assessment.

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After testing positive for the BRCA gene in 2011, oncology nurse Kelly Boling at Research Medical Center – like Angelina Jolie - underwent a mastectomy and had her ovaries removed – a move that her doctor, Stephanie Graff, oncologist a HCA Midwest Health, says can reduce the risk of cancer by up to 85 percent.

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When stroke strikes, EMTs transport patient to closest hospital with most advance stroke-treatment technology and highly experienced neurosciences providers.

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Colorectal cancer is the second leading cause of cancer death in the United States. Jennifer Feeback, Director of Clinical Research for Sarah Cannon HCA Midwest Health discusses the importance of clinical trials in the treatment of cancer.

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Women’s heart health expert Elizabeth Dang, MD, Cardiologist, will speak on the importance of a heart-healthy lifestyle.

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Deborah Southard went from manufacturing to health care when she pursued her dream to become a nurse. Southard built doors for automobiles at the GM plant in Claycomo, Mo., for a decade, then switched when the company made her an offer she could not refuse. To downsize, GM offered Southard and others a buyout. Southard said yes and invested the funds into her future.

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