Local Neurosurgeons Use Brain Stimulation for OCDFor the first time in the region, local neurosurgeons are using deep brain stimulation to treat patients with obsessive compulsive disorder.
SLU Trains U.S. Air Force in Trauma ProgramThe U.S. Air Force and St. Louis University Hospital have a partnership called C-Stars to train Air Force medical personnel.
Man Hit by MetroLink Train in Downtown St. LouisA man in his 60s was struck by a MetroLink train downtown at the Union Station MetroLink station just before 9 a.m. today.
Local Hospitals Now Have New, Tougher Ebola Care GuidelinesThe revised recommendations include protective covering from head to toe and the use of a site manager to supervise the donning and removal of protective gear.
Union Nurses Give List of Demands Regarding Ebola Care to AdministratorsSeveral nurses stood across the street from St. Louis University Hospital this morning and unfurled a banner that read "Don't Blame Nurses - Protect Them - Stop Ebola."
Local Hospitals On the Watch for Possible Ebola-like Cases On guard. That's how a local physician says all hospitals are right now in light of the most recent Ebola case in the Dallas area.
Cardiac Surgeons Use Non-Invasive Approach to Fix Mitral ValvesSt. Louis University cardiac surgeons now have a new option for mitral valve repair - one that doesn't involve cutting open a patient's chest.
The Ebola OutbreakWe got a primer on the Ebola outbreak.
Barnes Jewish Makes List of Top HospitalsU.S. News and World Report is out with its annual Best Hospital rankings.
Study: Time Matters in Treatment of Stroke VictimsTwo studies show improvements in the ER and ambulances possibly cutting down critical time for stroke victims.
Study: Girls Suffer Worse Concussions than BoysA local sports medicine specialist says it's not really known why girls appear to suffer worse concussions than boys—but parents need to be aware of it.
Can Diet Soda Kill You?A new study finds women who drink two or more diet sodas a day are 30 percent more likely to have a heart attack, and 50 percent more likely to die.