St. Louis Centenarians Share their Secrets to Long LifeVivian Zwick and Carol Duhmey, both born in 1917, live at the Gateworth, a senior living community in St. Louis County.
Drinking Increases Breast Cancer Risk in New StudySome new advice for women on lowering your breast cancer risk based on data collected from 12 million women and dozens of studies around the world.
Insurers Continue to Hike Prices, Abandon ACA MarketsBlue Cross and Blue Shield of Kansas City's decision means that only 10 of Missouri's 115 counties will have more than one insurer selling coverage on the exchange next year.
Rabies Confirmed in Clayton BatSt. Louis County health officials issue a warning about rabid bats after one found on a Clayton sidewalk tests positive for rabies.
Report: 1 Glass of Alcohol Daily Can Increase Risk of Breast CancerA new breast cancer report is offering women guidance when it comes to risky and mitigating behavior.
Parents: Here's How To Talk About Terrorism With ChildrenMany parents may be wondering how to have a conversation about terrorism with their children.
Pools Could Make You Sick: What to Know Before You Get In The WaterA week from today public swimming pools will open, but before you jump in the water you want to make sure what's in it won't make you sick.
Fidget Spinners Become Choking Hazard A warning to parents about the latest kid craze - fidget spinners.
Missouri Appeals Judge's Blocking of Abortion RestrictionsThe law requires doctors who perform abortions to have admitting privileges at nearby hospitals and that clinics meet hospital-like standards.
Doctors Use Peppers to Treat Marijuana Related IllnessesEmergency room doctors at a local hospital are using a rather unique method to treat a common marijuana related illness.
Mercy Hospital and Clinics to Pay $34M SettlementThe U.S. Department of Justice released a settlement document Thursday detailing the agreement with the hospital and medical clinics.
EPA: No Contamination in Homes Near Bridgeton Landfill"... our evaluation of the data shows no Manhattan Project waste was found in the homes sampled in Spanish Village.''