Researchers have learned that parents who attempt to bond with their children by disclosing past drug use are unintentionally negating any anti-drug messages they may have expressed to their children in the past.
A new study out of Temple University has caught the eye of Barnes Jewish and Washington University pulmonolgist Dr. Ramsey Hachem.
Dr. Graham Colditz says longtime smokers die on average 11 years sooner than non smokers.
More people moved out of Illinois in 2011 than any other state in the nation, according to newly release survey by St. Louis-based United Van Lines.
New research finds that larger ant colonies have an edge over smaller ones.
A recent study has found that eating asparagus could help New Year’s Eve revelers avoid a hangover on the first morning of 2013.
A new Washington University School of Medicine study finds as cigarette taxes go up — heavy smoking goes down.
A new study has found that Americans tend to place undue value on clothing that was made in the United States, especially when compared to clothes manufactured in other countries.
Abusing alcohol and drugs has been part of military culture historically: troops do it for fun, to ease the stresses of war or to be part of the brotherhood.
The state has awarded the University of Missouri-Columbia nearly $254,000 to study pollution prevention in a creek that runs through part of the city.