Franklin County Police Track a New Form of Heroin"Heroin that we're seeing sold these days, often called on the street 'beans,' but it's capsules."
Express Scripts Sues Horizon, Fight Over Prescriptions GrowsShares of Horizon Pharma Plc plunged Wednesday after it said it will re-evaluate its relationship with the Express Scripts Accredo specialty pharmacy.
Girl's New Arm Comes Courtesy Of 3D PrinterPlastic parts and electronic components together only cost $116.
Potential Life-Saving Drugs Made Available for PatientsPotentially life-saving drugs which are still in the testing phase will now be made available to certain patients in Illinois.
Franklin County Meth Lab Busts Down, But It's Not All Good NewsAfter busting 163 meth labs a decade ago, Franklin County investigators are on a pace to bust fewer than 20 this year. But, the head of the county's Narcotics Enforcement Unit says that doesn't mean fewer people are using methamphetamine.
Shakira and Blake Shelton to Perform Together at the ACM AwardsThe two artists will perform their duet "Medicine" live during the 49th annual ACM Awards this Sunday.
Report Reveals Drastic Differences in Area Hospital CareHealthgrades' Evan Marks says they looked at the mortality rates of area hospitals when it comes to certain procedures and conditions and found some big differences.
Report: Too Many Surgical Implements Are Left Behind In PatientsThe Joint Commission is urging surgeons and hospitals to cut down on the number of medical objects accidentally left in patients.
Heroin Abuse Group Focuses on Doctors, Junior HighOver the last six-and-a-half years, 1,645 people in the St. Louis area have died of heroin overdoses, a figure the National Council on Alcoholism and Drug Abuse calls "pretty horrifying."
Psychiatry "Bible" Undergoing Long-Awaited UpdateWill help define was is, and isn't, covered by insurance.
E. coli Cases Reported in Central Missouri The cases were found in Boone, Howard, Cooper and Camden counties.
Two Possible Cases of Tick Disease in County The Saint Louis County Health Department has no record of two cases of Rocky Mountain Spotted Fever. However, Missouri's Department of Health and Senior Services does.