Girl, 7, Inserts Coin Into Toy Dispenser, Gets Pills InsteadA 7-year-old girl who inserted coins into a toy dispenser at a pizzeria received a plastic capsule filled with medications for blood pressure and kidney stones instead, police said.
STL Medical Society Pres. Sees Good & Bad with Affordable Care ActSt. Louis Medical Society's president Dr. Samer Cabbabe says there are good and bad things when it comes to the ACA.
New Recommendations to Help Parents Prevent SIDSThe American Academy of Pediatrics has updated its sleep guidelines for infants.
New Finding Gives Some Children More "Screen Time"A major update relaxes screen time rules for some kids.
What No One Tells You About Medicare Coverage -- Carol (Vol. 2)Get What's Yours For Medicare Author Phillip Moeller warns of common but costly Medicare mistakes in the second of this three-part series.
One-Fourth of U.S. Cancer Deaths Linked with 1 Thing: SmokingThe rate is highest among men in southern states where smoking is more common and tobacco control policies are less strict.
Suspicious Package Found Before Start Of St. Louis RaceOrganizers tell KMOX police removed it and found nothing hazardous
Health Check-Up: Can a Stressful Job Actually Be Helpful?To round off the end of this week, Fred covers the rise in STD's, weight loss surgery's connection with pregnancy and how in some cases a stressful job may be helpful for you.
Officials Announce Distribution of Medicine Deactivation PouchesIt's a specially formulated biodegradable pouch that after adding tap water and your unused medicines - the medicine is deactivated.
Health Check-Up: HPV Shots, Obamacare and Sealant ProgramKMOX health reporter Fred Bodimer has the latest on health news.
Health Check-Up: Cervical Cancer, Zika and Medicare RegulationsKMOX health reporter Fred Bodimer has the latest on health news.
Health Check-Up: Pepsi, Climate Change and Workplace GermsOn Tuesday's Health Check-Up, Fred covers Pepsi taking on obesity and climate change, the FDA and workplace germs.