WashU Receives Grant to Study Gender in Alzheimer's DiseaseDid you know that two-thirds of the five million Americans living with Alzheimer's Disease are women?
Researchers Assess How Autism Traits Could Be Passed GeneticallyWashington University School of Medicine researchers are recruiting 500 grandmothers to assess how autism traits may pass through their genes.
Study Finds New Missouri Moms Breastfeed More Than IllinoisNew Missouri moms are doing a bit better job of breastfeeding their newborn babies than Illinois moms.
Apple Replaces Revolver Emoji With Water GunThe update will include more than 100 new and redesigned characters in iOS 10 this fall.
Health Officials Urge Prostate Cancer Patients to Screen BRCA GeneWashington University and Barnes Jewish Urologist Dr. Gerald Andriole says men with advanced prostate cancer are being urged to be screened for the BRCA gene.
2 Women Dead After Being Struck by Amtrak TrainIt wasn't immediately clear why the women were on the train tracks.
Cardinals, Molina Announce M4 Apparel Only Available at Busch StadiumFans will be able to select from a variety of shirts for men, women and children that have been designed specifically for Cardinals fans and are not available anywhere but Busch Stadium.
Missouri Won't Immediately Halt Planned Parenthood FundingPlanned Parenthood facilities in Missouri will continue to receive government funding for women's health services for a while, despite a new budget provision attempting to stop it.
Lawsuit Filed Against Stray Rescue Founder for Sexual DiscriminationFounder Randy Grim isn't commenting on the lawsuit.
STUDY: Heart Attacks Can Be Silent and DeadlyThe question becomes: So if there are no symptoms, what should we be looking for?
Mammogram Van to Give Breast Cancer Screenings in MissouriScreenings aren't free, but some financial assistance may be provided by insurance or through the cancer center.
Menstrual Cramps - Can Medical Marijuana Bring Relief?The medical marijuana relief product can only be sold in California at this time.