WashU Connects Memory Loss to People with West Nile VirusThousands of people live with memory loss and other long-term neurological problems as a result of their West Nile virus infection.
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.
Reverse Feeding Tube Approved by Federal AgencyResearchers say the device can remove up to 30 percent of calories from a meal before it is digested.
Is All The Hype About Beet Juice Legitimate?Beet Juice's Key Compound is Nitrate
Chronic Itching - Is It All Just in Your Head?They are now working with mouse models to develop better treatments for this uncommon condition.
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.
Trump's Possible U.S. Supreme Court Nominees Include WashU GraduateDonald Trump has released a list of 11 names of possible U.S. Supreme Court nominees. Among them, Raymond Gruender, U.S. District judge for the Eighth Circuit Court of Appeals.
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.
Local Doctors Recommend Prescribing Fewer Opioids After SurgeryThe numbers are staggering - more than 28,000 people died last year from accidental opioid overdose.
Police Say Shooting on Wash U Campus Possibly Road RageClayton Police Chief Kevin Murphy said both the woman and the driver of the car she was in said they had argued with someone in a black sport utility vehicle just before the shooting and that the SUV then drove away.
Person Injured in Shooting on Wash U's Danforth CampusWashington University in St. Louis has issued a campus alert, reporting a person was injured in a shooting on the Danforth Campus.
Workers Holding 'Fight for $15' Rallies TodayHealth and child-care workers and adjunct professors to join fast-food workers today.

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