Lambert-St. Louis International Airport isn’t one of the five U.S. airports that will begin screening incoming passengers from West Africa because it has no arriving international flights from overseas.
On guard. That’s how a local physician says all hospitals are right now in light of the most recent Ebola case in the Dallas area.
Now that the first case of Ebola has been confirmed in the U.S., Illinois health officials are trying to reassure residents of that state that they are safe.
A nasty cold-type virus is hitting children hard in several midwestern states, including Missouri, where state health officials have confirmed three local cases.
The CDC’s Dr. Melinda Wharton says Missouri is one of 13 states to have a measles vaccination rate below 90 percent.
The Ebola outbreak in Africa is worsening, causing the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention to issue a special warning. But how likely is this deadly disease to show up in the U.S. or in St. Louis?
A new federal study finds it is a lot easier to get painkillers from your doctor in Missouri than in Illinois.
CBS News Medical Contributor Dr. Holly Phillips says it’s not something to worry about on the day-to-day.
The CDC and WHO claim they are hard at work tracking 100 people that may have come in contact with the deadly MERS virus.
Just over 19,000 people got sick last year from eating contaminated foods.