Follow Bethenny Frankel’s tips for packing light so that your luggage doesn’t slow you down on your next trip.
In some cases the workouts have led to rhabdomyolysis, a shutdown of the kidneys due to their inability to process the body’s bi-products.
A new study has found that women who ate peanut butter and other forms of nuts during their childhood years were less likely to develop breast disease later in life.
Burger King’s new “Satisfries” contain 20 percent fewer calories than its regular fries, but is that enough to make a healthy difference?
In a letter to the FDA, Ill. Attorney General Lisa Madigan called on the agency to impose the same age and advertising restrictions that exist for regular cigarettes.
Dr. Keith Woeltje, an infectious diseases specialist at Barnes Jewish Hospital, says there are a lot of benefits to getting the shot.
“I’m going to inform, I’m going to educate, and I’m going to assist people because that’s my job and it’s their right to know.”
One bright spot is taking place right here in St. Louis where Washington University researchers are beginning the first trial to prevent Alzheimer’s before symptoms appear.
“Antibiotics, when they’re used appropriately, are life-saving drugs but when they’re used inappropriately that’s when we run into the problems,” SLU physician Nirav Patel says.
The teen birth rate has been falling since 1991. Teen births in Missouri last year totaled nearly 6,400, compared to nearly 7,000 the year before.