Washington University finds an easy way to reduce the amount of deadly infections for intensive-care patients.
The new X Prize was proposed by Washington University neurosurgeon Dr. Eric Leuthardt and preventive medicine expert Dean Ornish.
The Cambridge Innovation Center is making the old Western Electric Building at Boyle and Duncan its first innovation community outside Massachusetts.
Dr. Julie Margenthaler says the BRCA gene is quite rare, affecting just one or two in every 1,000 people, but there are some warning signs.
Studying spinal fluid samples and other health data, the researchers have shown bio-markers are accurate predictors of Alzheimer’s years before symptoms develop.
Year after year, St. Louis is ranked as one of the most dangerous cities in the country, but a group of Washington University Students say those rankings are wrong.
One day we may no longer treat cancers according to which organ they hit – like breast cancer or liver cancer – but instead “start defining diseases by their genetic fingerprint.”
The retired Price is Right host, is offering to pay for infant simulators, so students don’t have to practice on live cats.
More than a quarter of melanoma survivors do not use sunscreen when outside for more than an hour and some still use tanning beds.
Former President Bill Clinton and daughter Chelsea brought their CGIU volunteers to St. Louis building’s campus.