US Kids Get 2 Million Concussions a Year From Sports, PlayThe researchers estimated that half a million or more kids received no treatment.
Local Researcher Pushes For Diverse Lab Mice in Cancer StudiesSaint Louis University microbiologist and immunologist Dr. Ryan Teague says researchers should include laboratory mice who are old and obese in their studies of immunotherapy treatments for cancer.
Study Finds Connection Between Light Drinking, Breast CancerResearchers warn there is a small but clear association between light drinking and breast cancer.
New Study Shows Pot Use Down in Teens, Up for AdultsNumbers are on the decline as more states have legalized and decriminalized pot, but adults using the drug has increased.
STUDY: Heart Attacks Can Be Silent and DeadlyThe question becomes: So if there are no symptoms, what should we be looking for?
Immune Drug for Deadly Skin Cancer Shows Long-Term SurvivalThe study involved 655 patients and was released Wednesday in advance of an American Society of Clinical Oncology meeting next month in Chicago.
U of Illinois Students Required to Take Minority Culture ClassSome faculty and students oppose it, and argue it could be costly and force some students to delay graduation to fit the course into their schedules.
Study Shows 'Biggest Loser' Candidates Regained Weight Over Time"This aggressive approach at short-term, is not the way to treat a life-long chronic disease like obesity," Dr. Samuel Klein says.
Monkey Bars Alert: Playground Concussions on the RiseAlmost 10 percent of children 14-years-old or younger had traumatic brain injuries including concussions.
Study Finds Stem Cells Can Help to Heal Damaged HeartsThe findings of this new study were just presented at a major cardiology conference in Chicago.
Study: Heart Attack Victims Are Getting Younger, HeavierSLU Care cardiologist Dr. Michael Lim at SSM Health SLU Hospital explained that means people need to start being active now.
New Study Shows Importance of a Good BreakfastThis study found kids who have two breakfasts each day are less likely to be obese than those who have no breakfast at all.

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