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Robotics become an increasing factor in local medicine

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'A guy with a gun was trying to go inside but somebody locked the doors on him.'

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  • Watch this germ-zapping robot in action

    The Xenex disinfection system was purchased by Wesley Medical Center in 2013. It is just one of several robots being used in area hospitals.

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The robots in your hospital

Hospitals are increasingly using robotic technology for anything from surgeries to room disinfection.

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Keep your kids active when they return to school

“Shut Up and Sit Down with ‘The Sopranos’” was an evening Q&A/dinner theater put together by Lorraine Bracco (Tony Soprano’s psychiatrist on the HBO series) to benefit the Crohn’s and Colitis Foundation. Many of the stars of the series attended this hilarious event on June 7, 2017, the 10th anniversary of the last show of the series.

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2-year-old needs a liver transplant

Kristi Jantz has been learning what it is to like with liver disease as she cares for her 2 year-old-son, Eli. Eli has been dealing with serious health issues since he was born, and eventually will need a liver transplant. (Video by Bo Rader / The Wichita Eagle)

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Measles in Wichita. What does it mean?

Recently, a confirmed case of measles was reported in Sedgwick County. The CDC reports that from January 1 to June 17 this year, 108 people from 11 states (now 12 with Kansas joining the ranks), were reported to have measles. This number has increased from a reported total of 70 people with measles in 2016.

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Poop from puppies is giving people massive diarrhea

The U.S. Centers for Disease Control is alerting consumers to an outbreak of campylobacter infections traced to the feces of puppies sold at Petland stores in seven states, including Kansas and Missouri.
Andy Marso and Neil Nakahodo The Kansas City Star
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