Study: Morning Sickness Beneficial to Pregnant WomenThe National Institutes of Health found evidence that nausea and vomiting during pregnancy is associated with a lower risk of miscarriage.
3 Pregnant Women in Illinois Contract ZikaIllinois health officials say current state Zika cases came from a result of traveling outside the US.
Woman Gets 15 Years For Murder-For-Hire SchemeDensing also gave the officer $60 to buy a gun and vials of morphine, and other illegal narcotics.
Lawsuit For Alleged Mistreatment of Pregnant Missouri Inmate SettledThe settlement includes damages and written policies regarding the use of restraints for pregnant inmates.
Pregnant Elementary Teacher Killed in CWE ApartmentPolice didn't recover a weapon, and there was no sign of forced entry.
Women Aren't Alone in Serious Risk of Zika VirusIf you get an acute illness, only 20 percent of men will feel any mild like flu symptoms.
FDA Considers Temporary Ban on Donated Blood from TravelersA physician there really is no reliable test that can be used on a large scale to screen the millions of pints of donated blood for the Zika virus.
Two Illinois Pregnant Women Test Positive for Zika VirusThe Illinois Department of Public Health said Tuesday doctors are monitoring the women's health and their pregnancies.
Missouri Looks at Criminalizing Using Drugs while PregnantRep. Jered Taylor, a Republican from Nixa, said his bill is intended to get women into treatment before they give birth.
Local Mother Delays Cancer Treatment to Give Unborn Baby Stronger Chance For SurvivalSt. Louis mother Cara Combs was diagnosed with stage IV melanoma while she was pregnant with her fourth child. Given the choice between her baby or perhaps her life, Cara chose to postpone treatment and carry her unborn child five more weeks after her diagnosis - until week 28 - giving her future baby girl the best chance for survival. Cara died Tuesday morning, three days after giving birth to Shaylin Combs on Dec. 5.
Former Inmate Sues Jackson County Over Shackles During LaborMegon Riedel claims in the federal lawsuit in Kansas City that she was 39 weeks pregnant on Oct. 5, 2012, when workers at the Jackson County Detention Center put her in handcuffs and shackles and drove her to a state prison in Vandalia, more than 200 miles away.
SLU Care Doctor Worried About Children's Health Around LandfillDr. Ken Haller says getting exposed to radiation is worse for children who are still growing new tissue than full grown adults.

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