Prostate Cancer Cases Increase Within a DecadeSome experts blame more lax screening guidelines.
Keeping Cool at Busch StadiumIt's not only the players who need to stay hydrated during heatwave
Illinois Ordered to Rethink Medical Marijuana for MigrainesA judge has ordered Illinois health officials to reconsider their decision not to include migraine headaches on the list of conditions that qualify for use of medical marijuana in the state.
A Gift Certificate...for a Kidney?The gift certificate program allows for living donors to donate a kidney in advance, just in case a friend or family member might need a transplant.
SLU Doctors Test More Universal Yellow Fever VaccineThe current vaccine is made from a weakened strain of the live virus, so it's not recommended for those who have challenged immune systems.
About 60 Farm Workers Treated After Exposure to PesticidesMount Hope-Funks Grove Fire Chief Eric Fulk says the workers largely suffered skin irritation because they entered the fields too soon after the chemical had been sprayed.
WalletHub: St. Louis is 15th Most Stressed City in USSt. Louis has the sixth highest rate of people diagnosed with depression, and the ninth highest divorce rate.
Tire Removal in Illinois to Target Virus-Carrying MosquitoesAn Illinois agency will soon collect used tires from abandoned properties and rural roads in an effort to reduce the risk of illnesses carried by some mosquitoes.
No Break in Summer HeatIt's advised to stay out of direct sunlight & keep hydrated, this week
FDA Approves Dissolvable Stent for Heart PatientsIt will still take years for definitive proof that the dissolvable stent is safer than the older metal implant.
Industry Group Pushes for More Stats About Your SudsThe group is also encouraging brewers to show when a beer was brewed, to list ingredients, and also to point to a website or include a code that can be scanned with a smartphone for more information.
Local Health Officials Urge Lawmakers to Approve Zika FundingAs Congress convenes for the final week before its August recess, some local health officials are urging lawmakers to approve emergency funding to help fight Zika before they head home.