Health Officials Urge Prostate Cancer Patients to Screen BRCA GeneWashington University and Barnes Jewish Urologist Dr. Gerald Andriole says men with advanced prostate cancer are being urged to be screened for the BRCA gene.
Rauner Extends Medical Marijuana to Add PTSD, Terminal IllnessIllinois' medical marijuana pilot program got its start under former Gov. Pat Quinn and continued under Rauner.
St. Louis Hospitals Compile a Decade of National RankingsSt. Louis Children's Hospital and Barnes-Jewish Hospital have ranked among the best in the nation for the last 10 years.
TIAM Sunday June 5thMonarch butterflies, "Me Before You", holidays and birthdays.
Local Researcher Pushes For Diverse Lab Mice in Cancer StudiesSaint Louis University microbiologist and immunologist Dr. Ryan Teague says researchers should include laboratory mice who are old and obese in their studies of immunotherapy treatments for cancer.
Missouri House Advances Medical Marijuana BillThe restriction caused a split among some supporters of medical marijuana.
Mammogram Van to Give Breast Cancer Screenings in MissouriScreenings aren't free, but some financial assistance may be provided by insurance or through the cancer center.
Health Concerns Halt Tours at Popular Caverns Near StantonThe EPA says the vapors probably came from a landfill in Sullivan, about four miles away from the caverns.
Help Amelia 'Take Care of the World'Everyone is urged to participate and help #AmeliasWish come true Saturday by picking up trash, offering random acts of kindness. Her request to the Make-A-Wish Foundation was to "take care of the world."
Residents Near Coldwater Creek Could Get More AnswersThe meeting is set for Wednesday night from 6:00 p.m. to 8:30 p.m. at the James J Eagan Civic Center in Florissant.
Alan Rickman, Star of Stage and 'Harry Potter' Dies at 69Millions know him from the Potter films, in which he played the Dark Arts teacher Severus Snape.
New Treatments to Help Control CancerSiteman Director Dr. Tim Eberlein says that could be available for all patients in a couple of years.