Barnes Jewish Hospital
Charlie Brennan – Wednesday, November 6th – Barnes-Jewish Hospital Dr. Jeff Henderson on Flu Shots; STL Att’y Gonzalo Fernandez on Richie Incognito Bullying; Dennis Lower on Cortex Community; Mike Shannon; SLU Prof. Aaron Taylor; and Greg Marecek on STL Sports Hall of Fame Enshrinement Dinner
Charlie and Debbie with Barnes-Jewish Hospital’s Dr. Jeff Henderson and BJC Nurse Sarah Nickols on importance of flu shots; with STL Att’y Gonzalo Fernandez on Richie Incognito bullying; with Dennis Lower from Cortex; with STL Cards Broadcaster Mike Shannon; with SLU Education Law Prof. Aaron Taylor on Mo. School Transfers; and with Greg Marecek from the STL Sports Hall of Fame on Enshrinement Dinner for 2013 Inductees.
Fear is generally perceived as negative and yet we grasp for it, in large part due to the physiological jolt it gives us.
Franklin County Police say 41-year-old Donald Petzold of St. Clair was flown to Barnes-Jewish Hospital after he was shot around 10:30 p.m. while walking along Lollar Branch Road.
An off-duty St. Louis Police officer was injured in a car crash Sunday evening on the city’s south side.
This week’s edition of “Voices of St. Louis”eatured Kathy Federico, president of the Mid-America Chevy Dealers, Frank Viverito, president of the St. Louis Sports Commission, Lenell Hahn, director of admissions at SEMO and Dr. Catherine Appleton of Siteman Cancer Center.
“All of us older than six months of age should be vaccinated against influenza this year and every year,” infectious diseases specialist Dr. William Schaffner said.
Dr. Keith Woeltje, an infectious diseases specialist at Barnes Jewish Hospital, says there are a lot of benefits to getting the shot.
“It uses a unique drug that is injected directly into the heart cells by using a small screw-in catheter going directly into the heart,” researcher and cardiologist Dr. John LaSalla explains.
Clinical psychologist Dr. Randi Mozenter says research has shown that people who abuse animals rarely stop there.
Washington University finds an easy way to reduce the amount of deadly infections for intensive-care patients.