CDC Panel Recommends Doctors Stop Giving Nasal Spray VaccineThe future of the popular flu mist vaccine is up in the air.
WashU Connects Memory Loss to People with West Nile VirusThousands of people live with memory loss and other long-term neurological problems as a result of their West Nile virus infection.
IHSA OKs New Rules to Protect Players From Heat in PlayoffsThe IHSA piloted the rules during some of this year's baseball and softball state finals.
SLU Vaccine Center to Test Zika Vaccine on HumansOnce SLU researchers have initial safety data from the St. Louis trial, they will start up a second parallel study in Puerto Rico.
Nixon Signs Bill For More Access To Anti-Overdose MedicineResidents soon will be able to carry medicine to counter heroin overdoses without a prescription under a new law signed Tuesday by Missouri Gov. Jay Nixon.
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.
SLU's New Half-Billion Dollar Hospital Going Next to Old OneIt will be a 316 bed, 802,000 square foot facility, according to master plans unveiled Monday by SLU and partner SSM Health.
US Kids Get 2 Million Concussions a Year From Sports, PlayThe researchers estimated that half a million or more kids received no treatment.
Missouri Health Officials Confirm 7th Case of Zika VirusHealth Department spokesman Ryan Hobart says all seven of Missouri's cases involved people who had traveled outside the U.S.
Reverse Feeding Tube Approved by Federal AgencyResearchers say the device can remove up to 30 percent of calories from a meal before it is digested.
How Much Sleep Should Kids Actually Be Getting?How much sleep should your child be getting? The answer may surprise you.
Possible Case of Food Tampering in WaterlooA resident reported finding a pill in their baby's food Wednesday night.

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