Brittany Moore, KSNT News

Brittany Moore


Topeka, KS, United States

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Past articles by Brittany:

Topeka man loses 25 pounds to recover from fatty liver disease

Matt Lara from Topeka was diagnosed with a fatty liver in January 2018. The National Institutes of Health reports 25% of people in the world suffer from non-alcoholic fatty liver disease. → Read More

Capper Foundation supports Topeka boy with autism during pandemic

TOPEKA, Kan. (KSNT) – Gov. Kelly’s stay at home order has been in place for weeks and the major change in routine can be tough for children with autism. In addition to not going to school, 7 year old Jeremiah Cortez from Topeka initially wasn’t able to go to his speech therapy at The Capper […] → Read More

Kansas Department of Insurance Commissioner discusses changes and warnings with coronavirus

TOPEKA, Kan. (KSNT) Kansas Department of Insurance Commissioner Vicki Schmidt discusses changes, insurance options, scams and warnings amid the coronavirus outbreak. → Read More

Crash blocks traffic at 21st and Washburn in Topeka

Emergency crews are responding to an accident at the intersection of 21st Street and Washburn Avenue in Topeka. Dispatchers say two cars are involved, but at this time there is no injuries to report. → Read More

Manhattan woman finds bat with rabies

Rabies is a serious virus that can turn deadly for pets and people if it’s left untreated for too long. → Read More

New treatment for snoring in Manhattan

Ninety million American adults suffer from snoring, according to the National Sleep Foundation. Debbie Bachand from Clyde, Kansas, had a big problem. She snored. Loudly! “They talk about tornadoes resembling a freight train, and this is true. And that’s probably what I sounded like. It doesn’t just drive your partner out of the bedroom, it […] → Read More

Local man's recovery from stroke is a testament to quick response time

A local man is making significant strides after suffering a stroke almost two years ago. → Read More

Local vets encourage pet vaccines

Thinking about your pet's health should be a top priority. And just like humans, veterinarians strongly recommend getting shots for your pet. → Read More

Blind teen from Lawrence thanks St. Jude for cancer treatment

Everyday St. Jude Children's Research Hospital helps hundreds of kids suffering from brain cancer, including 17 year old Tucker Wagner from Lawrence, Kansas. He has a brain tumor, but it's actually benign. → Read More

Topeka woman featured in National Colon Cancer Awareness campaign

March is Colorectal Cancer Awareness Month. According to the group Fight Colorectal Cancer, it's the second leading cause of cancer deaths for both men and women, with about 130,000 people diagnosed annually. → Read More

K-State unveils new MRI imaging system for animals

It's taken 3 years to fully install, but this week vets at Kansas State University are starting to use a new MRI device on animals. An MRI is a non-invasive way of examining soft tissue structures in the body, but the new MRI at K-State's Veterinary Hospital, takes treatment to a new level . → Read More

Declining life expectancy rates in Shawnee County

Life expectancy is declining nationwide, three years in a row. Chronic diseases are the main cause of death, but experts are also pointing towards rising suicide rates and drug overdoses as other main contributors. → Read More

Kansas child battling rare cancer will be home for the holidays

Grit Henderson was first diagnosed with a rare tumor on his prostate a day before Christmas last year. The 14 month old from Lawrence started going to St. Jude Children's Research Hospital in January. Now he's going back and forth for treatment. → Read More

Local St. Jude 14 month old is home for the holidays

Grit Henderson was first diagnosed with a rare tumor on his prostate a day before Christmas last year.  The 14 month old from Lawrence started going to St. Jude Children's Research Hospital in January. Now he's going back and forth for treatment. → Read More

Manhattan woman recovers from bad spider bite

A Brown Recluse spider bite is many people's worst nightmare, but for one local woman it was very real. → Read More

Topeka teen fights an aggressive mystery illness

At 16 years old, Drew Larison of Topeka was a typical teenager, excelling in school and sports. Now, almost 2 years later, he has an aggressive, debilitating illness doctors can't diagnose. → Read More

Emporia woman receives VitalStim Therapy after Bell's Palsy

Stroke, cancer, dementia are all conditions that can cause dysphagia. Fifteen million Americans experience dysphagia or have trouble swallowing. One of those people is June Hubert from Emporia, who was traveling abroad in March this year, when she was diagnosed with an upper respiratory infection that then led to Bell's Palsy. → Read More

Baby like robot helps local physicians practice emergency situations

Meet Super Tory! Stormont Vail in Topeka, now has its most advanced neonatal simulator. → Read More

Junction City family thanks St. Jude for giving them more time with their son

At 2 years old, Brady Mortimer from Junction City, was diagnosed in 2012 with a tumor the size of a grapefruit. At the time, local doctors gave him just days to live. → Read More

2018 Alzheimer's Disease outlook for Kansas

Kansas has about 53,000 people suffering from Alzheimer's Disease today. → Read More