More Videos

What you may not know about your Shockers 1:00

What you may not know about your Shockers

City manager comments on alleged police cover-up 4:53

City manager comments on alleged police cover-up

'Last Chance U' coach rips into his team after pot incident 1:20

'Last Chance U' coach rips into his team after pot incident

Don't make a $10,000 mistake. Tips on how to spot flood-damaged cars 3:17

Don't make a $10,000 mistake. Tips on how to spot flood-damaged cars

FBI: Hang up on callers claiming to have kidnapped loved ones 1:06

FBI: Hang up on callers claiming to have kidnapped loved ones

Matthew McCrane wants to help K-State become bowl eligible 1:31

Matthew McCrane wants to help K-State become bowl eligible

Wichita State players strike a pose 0:58

Wichita State players strike a pose

Dining With Denise: The Old Town Chili Cookoff 4:25

Dining With Denise: The Old Town Chili Cookoff

Jesse Ertz shares motivational words with teammates before Oklahoma game 0:27

Jesse Ertz shares motivational words with teammates before Oklahoma game

Bishop Carroll knocks off Heights 35-14 3:02

Bishop Carroll knocks off Heights 35-14

  • Taking carbon monoxide seriously

    Mark Scott, an emergency medicine physician at the University of Kansas Hospital, explains how hyperbolic chambers help relieve headaches, nausea and other symptoms associated with carbon monoxide poisoning. Odorless and colorless, the gas kills 400 to 500 people in the U.S. each year and sickens thousands of others.

Taking carbon monoxide seriously

Mark Scott, an emergency medicine physician at the University of Kansas Hospital, explains how hyperbolic chambers help relieve headaches, nausea and other symptoms associated with carbon monoxide poisoning. Odorless and colorless, the gas kills 400 to 500 people in the U.S. each year and sickens thousands of others.
Donna McGuire The Kansas City Star