A local pediatrician is concerned about this week’s mumps outbreak in and around Columbia, Missouri.
A new study in the Journal of the American Medical Association shows survival chances increase substantially when bystanders deliver CPR and defibrillation before first responders arrive.
A new study finds that loneliness can impact your memory as you get older.
The U.S. Drug and Food Administration is pulling the plug on trans fat which are widely considered the worst kind for the heart.
A new study finds that breastfeeding may decrease a woman’s breast cancer risk.
Could the prescription medicines taken by the late Missouri Auditor Tom Schweich have played a role in his suicide?
A local cardiologist warns fans about getting too emotional over the playoffs.
The Polio virus was a killer and crippler for centuries, but now researchers may have a found a game changer for cancer.
It’s an extreme fashion statement – ear gauging – where instead of just having a small pierced ear, a hoop-like hole is pierced into the earlobe.
“If a baby gets the measles, it could be absolutely devastating,” says SLU Care pediatrician Dr. Ken Haller. “That’s why it’s just really incumbent on everyone to make sure that anyone who can get vaccinated, does get vaccinated.”