Some With HIV in Missouri to Lose Health Insurance in 2018The Department of Health and Senior Services announced that nearly 100 HIV patients in Missouri will no longer have access to a comprehensive health insurance plan effective Jan. 1 as a result of high costs.
Missouri Senate Republicans Blast Planned Parenthood RulingLawmakers argued that they had a right to question a state-funded hospital's decision to provide such privileges.
Mo. To Start Screening Newborns For Heart DiseaseThe screenings for critical congenital heart disease are required under a new state law that takes effect Jan. 1.
A New Law to Fight the Spread of TBThe bill would grant local public health authorities or departments the power to require individuals they suspect are infected with TB to get treatment.
Crackdown on Unlicensed Child Care ProvidersNathan Blecha was three months old when he died in the care of an in-home, unlicensed day care provider that the family had used for three and a half years.
UPDATE: E. Coli Count Reaches 28No deaths or life-threatening illnesses have been reported since the first cases were reported last week in St. Louis city and St. Louis, Jefferson and St. Charles counties in Missouri and St. Clair County, Ill.