The identification of new genetic markers for breast, ovarian and prostate cancer could potentially help patients make more informed decisions about their treatment.
Robin Anderson, a 26-year-old Columbia resident who teaches voice and piano, uses hula hoops to help her students learn techniques through movement and imagery.
The number of people who voluntarily sign up for the program will largely depend on the state's political culture.
A localized version of documentary "God in the Box" will screen Thursday night at Ragtag Cinema, with a question and answer session with original "God in the Box" director Nathan Lang, Rev. Tim Carson and others to follow.
Susan Cohen shared the story of her son, who died after being struck by a car driven by an 82-year-old. The driver didn't seem to be aware that someone was trapped under her car, Cohen said. The cognitive process slows as people age, which could affect driving
As pastor of Open Door Baptist Church since March 2012, Luke Stockeland has increased attendance by more than 60 percent.
A state study has found no evidence of a cancer cluster in an area of St. Louis County where nuclear waste was produced during the Cold War. The study is being criticized by former residents.
Richard Guyette, an MU forestry professor, and Kevin Hosman, a senior research specialist at MU and manager of the Baskett Wildlife Research and Education Center, have been harvesting sap and making maple syrup together for about 15 years.
MU Health Care held an open house on Tuesday for the new Ellis Fischel Cancer Center at University Hospital.
University Hospital unveiled a new $50 million treatment facility. Patients will stay in "smart rooms" surrounded by electric devices and monitors that allow doctors to get a “snapshot” of patients' vital information.
Ellis Fischel Cancer Center will host an open house of its new home at University Hospital from 4 to 6 p.m. Tuesday.
Directors David Wilson and AJ Schnack were recognized for their documentary about Branson, "We Always Lie to Strangers."
A concert featuring Hickman High School's Music Society will be held Friday at 7 p.m. at the First Presbyterian Church to benefit the Missouri Fine Arts Academy in Springfield.
Joe Bradley found ways to help kindergartners at St. Thomas More Newman Center understand what it means for the Catholic Church to have a new pope.
Jorge Bergoglio, 76, is known as a humble man who denied himself the luxuries that previous Buenos Aires cardinals enjoyed. He came close to becoming pope last time.
New research shows that radiation can make arteries more prone to harden and clog, leading to an increased risk for cardiac problems.
Services will be held at 11 a.m. Friday at Parker Funeral Service, 22 N. Tenth St.
At a forum hosted by the Missouri Foundation for Health, the expansion of Medicaid in Missouri was discussed.
It is one of many decisions women with breast cancer must make — whether to remove a healthy breast. It's a choice more women are making, even though doctors believe it's often unnecessary.
The National Catholic Reporter called for Bishop Robert Finn's removal or resignation in September after he was convicted of failing to report suspected child abuse.