Teacher's Gross Bread Experiment Gets Kids To Wash Their HandsThe post quickly spread all over social media with more than 70,000 shares and 14,000 comments.
25 Is The New 18? Study Says Teens Are Growing Up SlowerAmong eighth-graders, about half the number of younger teens had a job or tried alcohol compared to kids in the 1990s.
'Mini Satans:' Nurses Removed After Shocking Facebook PostThompson has allegedly taken several pictures and videos of herself using the newborns as puppets as she dances to music.
Kids Going Down Slides On Adults' Laps More Dangerous, Study FindsMore than 350,000 children under six-years-old were reportedly injured on slides between 2002 and 2015.
Antidepressants Linked To Elevated Risk Of Death, Study SaysThe drugs can prevent major organs from absorbing serotonin - a vital chemical used by the heart, kidneys, lungs, and liver - from the body’s bloodstream.
Suicide Attempts On The Rise In U.S., Study FindsYounger adults are even more prone to self-destructive behavior than other groups.
Bald Men Perceived as More Attractive, Dominant, Study SaysResearchers at the University of Pennsylvania have released results of a survey that found men who have shed their hair are more attractive.
Life-Saving Match: How The Organ Transplant Process WorksSelena Gomez is making headlines after revealing she underwent a kidney transplant, which raises a good question: How does the organ transplant process work?
A Woman's Final Wish, And Why It Won't Happen Because of Her WeightA St. Louis man says his shock over the death of his ex-wife is compounded by the fact that her last wish won't be granted.
Puppies Infect Humans With Bacterial IllnessThe CDC says a new bacterial outbreak has sickened 39 people in seven states, including Missouri, all cases transmitted by puppies.
WashU Looks at Alzheimer's, Health Conditions Washington University researchers want to know if managing blood pressure and cholesterol might help delay or prevent Alzheimer's Disease
TV Doctor Speaks About Zika Virus In IllinoisBrian Tee of Chicago Med stars in new IDPH public service campaign