Aisha & Debbie Dish: Sleep, Schools & SuperheroesWe talk "Wonder Woman," sleeping babies and comparing schools with a handy new app.
Aisha & Debbie Dish: 13 Reasons Why & the B-day ChallengeAisha & Debbie Dish about the Netflix series "13 Reasons Why." Should your kids watch it? Should you? And Aisha unveils her birthday challenge, already successfully underway.
Ground Breaking Autism Research Has PromiseThere Are Now Therapy Options For Parents
Zoo Bringing the Great Outdoors Indoors to Hospitalized KidsThe Saint Louis Zoo is teaming up with Children's Hospital, San Diego Zoo Global and San Diego Zoo Kids.
A Gift Certificate...for a Kidney?The gift certificate program allows for living donors to donate a kidney in advance, just in case a friend or family member might need a transplant.
Several Injured by Fireworks Over Holiday WeekendOne man loses a hand and an eye. More than a dozen children hurt.
St. Louis Hospitals Compile a Decade of National RankingsSt. Louis Children's Hospital and Barnes-Jewish Hospital have ranked among the best in the nation for the last 10 years.
Pet Center to Open in St. Louis Children's HospitalOnly cats and dogs will be allowed, for infection-control purposes.
Children’s Hospital Patients to Soon Get Visits From PetsThe pet center will only be used for kids in the hospital more than five days, and with their doctor's permission.
Charlie Brennan - Friday, October 24 - Dr. Gregory Storch on Ebola; Singer/Songwriter Barry Manilow; Tennessee Williams' "Stairs to the Roof"Charlie and Debbie talk with Infectious Disease Specialist Dr. Gregory Storch regarding the NY City doctor who tested positive for Ebola, upon returning from West Africa; Charlie with Singer/Songwriter Barry Manilow; and Charlie with Carrie Houck and Marcel Meyer on the Tennessee Williams' production "Stairs to the Roof".
Three Cases of Possible Enterovirus at St. Louis Hospital It was first seen in Denver, and now it has begun showing up here: muscle weakness or possible paralysis in children that may be linked to enterovirus.
Two Treated in St. Louis for Possible Enterovirus 68Doctors at St. Louis Children's Hospital say two children are being treated for muscle weakness or possible paralysis that might be linked to enterovirus 68.