Wash U Research Could Predict Autism EarlyWashington University researchers have made progress in predicting autism in infants with a family history of the disorder.
St. Louis Comptroller Hosts Blood Drive for Sickle Cell AwarenessComptroller Darlene Green, in partnership with the American Red Cross, hosted a blood drive for Sickle Cell awareness.
Flu Cases Continue to Rise in MissouriThe flu was so bad last week in the Missouri boot-heel town of Clarkton that Superintendent DeLane Beckwith closed the public schools for a few days.
St. Louis Health Ratings Top National ChartsSt. Louis ranks number 38 on a new list of the 150 Healthiest Cities in America.
Children with Asthma Taxing Medicaid SystemMissouri implementing home visits to improve health of high-risk children.
Rallies Held For, Against Planned ParenthoodSt. Louis and other major U.S. cities had demonstrations on Saturday
Can The Wild Temperature Swings Make Us Sick?If the sudden changes in temperature leave you feeling sick, there are a few good reasons why that might be.
Local Doctors Say Flu, Stomach Virus Hits St. Louis HardIf you find yourself under the weather, you're not alone.
Health Centers Sue Rauner Over Abortion-Notification LawThe measure requiring the dispensing of abortion information changed a 1977 law allowing health care professionals to refuse services they consider morally objectionable.
Senate Bill Could Help Combat 'Doctor Shopping' in MissouriMissouri could be the next and final state to join the national Prescription Drug Monitoring Program.
Flu Cases on the Rise in St. LouisLocal health officials say it's not too late to get that flu shot as the number of influenza cases throughout the St. Louis area continues to rise.
New Japanese Device Helps Battle Body OdorThe KunKun will help its users evaluate their own body odor by detecting chemicals like ammonia and isovaleric acid that can cause a foul smell, and it may even help detect bad breath.