Working Overnight, Rotating Shifts Increase Risk of Heart DiseaseA local cardiologist says the good news is the risk returns to normal after you stop working the night shift.
Fighting to Lower Drug Overdose DeathsTwo bills before city board of aldermen address wave of drug overdoses.
Local DEA Pushes Bill for Prescription Drug Monitoring ProgramSpecial Agent in charge James Shroba says the bill would save lives in St. Louis.
Local Doctors Recommend Prescribing Fewer Opioids After SurgeryThe numbers are staggering - more than 28,000 people died last year from accidental opioid overdose.
Knock, Knock -- Door-to-Door Prescription Collection Effort UnderwayThieves looking for a high regularly raid the medicine cabinets of family or friends.
Eastern Illinois University Investigates Mumps OutbreakAn outbreak of mumps at Eastern Illinois University has affected about a dozen students.
Pet Center to Open in St. Louis Children's HospitalOnly cats and dogs will be allowed, for infection-control purposes.
Stressed Out Watching Blues Playoff Hockey?Local psychologist says the stress isn't necessarily a bad thing.
Medical Marijuana Bill Fails in Missouri HouseThe legislation failed on a 66-87 vote Thursday after lawmakers scaled it back to only permit cancer patients in hospice to use the drug.
Free The Beagles: Some Ill. Lawmakers Choose Adoption Over EuthanizationThe measure would require labs to work with organizations to give animals a chance at adoption, rather than being euthanized.
SSM Health to Own Walgreens Clinics Throughout STLThere will be four clinics in Illinois as well.
Newly Formed Group Protests Handling of West Lake Landfill"StL Toxic Aware" calls for emergency declaration, buyout of those who live within a mile of landfill.