Trendy 'Raw Water' Can Reportedly Give You Hepatitis, Other DiseasesA new health craze that has many people paying high prices for unfiltered water is also reportedly putting those Americans at risk for diseases like hepatitis and norovirus.
CDC Expands Petland Puppies InvestigationThe CDC expands its investigation of a multi-state outbreak of infections linked to puppies sold at a national pet store.
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.
Power Outages Can Cause Mold, Bacteria in FoodIt's best not to take any chances with you or your family's health in the wake of the recent power outages.
Washington University Study Combats Deadly Infection RateWashington University finds an easy way to reduce the amount of deadly infections for intensive-care patients.
No Bacteria at My Party St. Louis University educator gives tips on how to make your football-watching event as "germ-free" as possible.
Beach Closed at Cuivre River State ParkThe beach has been closed because of high bacteria levels.
Hard Scrubbing Won't Remove All the BugsA 200 pound person could harbor as much as six pounds of bacteria.
Oklahoma Baby is 3rd Sickened by Rare BacteriaThe rare bacteria claimed the life of a Missouri baby this month.
Mo. Beaches Closed due to BacteriaHigh bacteria levels have forced closure of swimming beaches at four Missouri state parks.
2 Missouri Swimming Beaches Closed Beaches at the Lake of the Ozarks and Lake Wappapello will remain closed.
2 Beaches Remained Closed at Missouri Parks High bacteria levels and flooding continue to keep the beaches closed.