Study Shows Breast Cancer Treatment Could Increase Heart Disease Risk A local cardiologist says he's well aware of a new report from the American Heart Association warning about potential side effects of a growing number of breast cancer treatments.
Understanding Crime May Start with ChildrenWhat is risk immersion?
Shingles Could Raise Risk of Heart Attack, StrokeNew research on the association between shingles and cardiovascular risk suggests shingles may raise your risk of heart attack and stroke.
Drinking Increases Breast Cancer Risk in New StudySome new advice for women on lowering your breast cancer risk based on data collected from 12 million women and dozens of studies around the world.
Study Finds Connection Between Painkillers and Heart AttacksA new study finds high doses of over the counter painkillers are bad for your heart.
Ill. Pushes for Change in Auto Insurance DiscriminationThere's a new effort to end alleged discrimination in auto insurance rates.
Illinois Consider New Rules on Shackling Juveniles in CourtAdvocates for new rules that would make the shackling of juveniles in Illinois courtrooms less common say current practices can be degrading and counterproductive.
Working Overnight, Rotating Shifts Increase Risk of Heart DiseaseA local cardiologist says the good news is the risk returns to normal after you stop working the night shift.
Feds: Risk of 2016 Quake Increases, Especially in OklahomaNatural earthquake risk also increased around the New Madrid fault in Missouri, Tennessee, Kentucky, Arkansas and Illinois.
Go Red For Women Day, Preventing Heart DiseaseOne in three women die of heart disease and stroke, cardiac surgeon Dr. Richard Lee at SSM Health SLU Hospital says it's 80 percent preventable.
New Research Links Gum Disease to Heart Attack RiskThe study found that inflammation of the gums or periodontal disease, can lead to chronic inflammation around the heart
Missouri to Stop Collecting Student Social Security NumbersMissouri students' Social Security numbers will be removed from a statewide database, the state Department of Elementary and Secondary Education said in response to an audit released Wednesday that was aimed at increasing data security.