Foundation Encourages Families to Test Children Early for AutismAutism now affects one in every 68 children in this country, and it puts a real strain on families searching for answers and advice.
Beagle-Rescue Group Sues U of I Over Research-Animal DataThe Beagle Freedom Foundation filed the Freedom of Information Act lawsuit in Cook County Circuit Court on Monday.
MDC Amps Up Measures to Prevent Spread of CWDThe Missouri Department of Conservation will now require hunters in 29 counties to take deer they have killed to a testing facility.
Mo. Health Officials to Conduct Zika Testing FasterThe Missouri State Public Health Laboratory in Jefferson City has just been designated as a Zika virus testing lab.
New Follow-Up Care Guidelines Released for Breast Cancer SurvivorsAs for the extra medical tests ordered in years past, Schwartz says it was realized that "was never beneficial."
Group of About 90 St. Louis Sergeants to Test Body CamerasThe union's business manager says paying officers better, providing more training and boosting morale would do more to improve the department than installing body cameras.
Study Shows Price Differences For Women Health ProceduresA new study finds huge price differences for mammograms and other critical women’s health procedures across the nation.
Illinois Students Fare Poorly on New Statewide TestsLess than one in five high schoolers met or exceeded expectations on the exam's math portion.
Common Core Test Results Are InMissouri students appear to be doing better in several subjects, according to newly released annual MAP test scores. The national Common Core guidelines were fully implemented for the first time last school year.
Potential Life-Saving Drugs Made Available for PatientsPotentially life-saving drugs which are still in the testing phase will now be made available to certain patients in Illinois.
St. Louis County Tests for West Nile Virus, City Does NotArrighai says since West Nile Virus is endemic to Missouri, St. Louis city no longer tests for it "because we know it's here."
It's More Than Money in Teacher-School Board NegotiationsIt appears the board will offer a 2.5 percent raise in the next school year, and another 1 percent the year after that.

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