The Kansas Department of Health and Environment (KDHE) has launched an online resource center for Kansans to learn more about COVID-19, get answers to commonly asked questions about the virus and review other helpful information.
As Americans brace for the impact of the new coronavirus in the United States, a pair of Kansas State University specialists say the best defense against the emerging threat may be one of the most simple.
In a major victory for consumers, a federal judge in Kansas City, Kansas, is allowing a lawsuit over EpiPen price hikes to move ahead as a nationwide class action under the federal racketeering statute.
TOPEKA - Republican legislative leaders blocking a push to give Medicaid coverage to about 150,000 more Kansans say they fear the expansion’s impact on publicly funded abortions. Other Republicans and Democrats reject that argument as a red herring.
Skipping - or pushing back - meal or snack time can add stress unnecessarily, particularly during the busy school year, said Sandy Procter, Kansas State University Extension nutritionist.