St. Louis University educator gives tips on how to make your football-watching event as “germ-free” as possible.
The beach has been closed because of high bacteria levels.
A 200 pound person could harbor as much as six pounds of bacteria.
The rare bacteria claimed the life of a Missouri baby this month.
High bacteria levels have forced closure of swimming beaches at four Missouri state parks.
Beaches at the Lake of the Ozarks and Lake Wappapello will remain closed.
High bacteria levels and flooding continue to keep the beaches closed.
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