New Recommendations to Help Parents Prevent SIDSThe American Academy of Pediatrics has updated its sleep guidelines for infants.
Nixon Signs Deadly Force Bill, New Sentencing GuidelinesMissouri Gov. Jay Nixon on Wednesday signed a bill that brings Missouri's law on deadly force into compliance with a Supreme Court ruling from more than 30 years ago.
Before You Give a Drone, Get The RulesOne new rule is that all drones over .55 pounds need to be registered with the FAA.
New Follow-Up Care Guidelines Released for Breast Cancer SurvivorsAs for the extra medical tests ordered in years past, Schwartz says it was realized that "was never beneficial."
St. Louis Judge Dismisses Suit Against Car-Ride Service LyftNow, the Taxi Cab Commission has guidelines in place for the smartphone-based ride services, they just have to apply for a certificate.
Drones Getting Lots of Attention in Stores This WeekendAt the Brentwood Best Buy drone sales come with a pamphlet that explains FAA guidelines and gives other recommendations.
New Mammogram Guidelines Leave Many Women With QuestionsThe new guidelines from the American Cancer Society say women at average risk should have their first mammogram at age 45, instead of 40.
Belleville Hospital Significantly Reduces Blood UsageHSHS St. Elizabeth’s Hospital in Belleville is honored after it reduces the amount of blood used by 30 percent.
New Study Suggests Lower Blood Pressure GuidelinesLocal cardiologist says there’s some new thinking about treating high blood pressure more aggressively.
Illinois Governor Signs Police Guidelines for Body CamerasGov. Bruce Rauner has signed legislation making Illinois among the first states to establish a comprehensive plan addressing police procedures including body cameras.
American Heart Association Issues New Guidelines for StrokesNearly 800,000 Americans suffer strokes each year, and 130,000 die as a result. This makes the condition the fifth most common cause of death in the United States.
Review of Missouri K-12 Learning Goals Further StrainedA panel of Missouri teachers and parents tasked with reviewing the state's education standards is so divided that members told the State Board of Education on Monday they have split into two groups.