St. Paul's Episcopal Church was the third Episcopal church established in Missouri. A sale of the property is pending.
A New York photographer is using "Columbias" everywhere as a foundation for a massive cross-cultural mission to document American life.
The flu season peaked in the early weeks of January.
Cochlear implants don't work for deaf children who lack their hearing nerve, but a medical innovation called an auditory brainstem implant might be able to fix that.
Disney officials asked Orange County health officials to stress that Disneyland was safe to visit amid a measles outbreak.
Diana Kander learned her entrepreneurial spirit from her parents. The family started making dental products in their basement after they came to the United States from the Soviet Union in 1989, when Kander was 8 years old.
"This is a once-in-a-generation advance in stroke care," said Jeffrey Saver, stroke chief at the University of California, Los Angeles, and the head of a recent study of the new treatment.
Due to strict requirements on needing immunizations to attend school, these states are able to keep their immunization rates above 95 percent.
There have been 42 cases of the bacterial infection in the county in the past three weeks. Boone County has averaged six cases a year for the past five years.
The debate on vaccination requirements doesn't necessarily fall on party lines.
Numerous states are revisiting legislation that requires children to be vaccinated to enroll in school after a measles outbreak that originated in Disneyland in December.
The new South Providence Medical Park at 551 E. Southampton Drive is one of three authorized locations where MU employees can seek treatment for work-related injuries.
Public health experts say success at containing the outbreak will largely depend on how many unvaccinated people get the measles shot.
The reason is smoking, which peaked years later for women than it did for men. Lung cancer has been the top cancer killer for men for decades.
An Institute of Medicine panel said people aren't getting enough starchy vegetables or potassium and fiber, nutrients that are plentiful in potatoes.
The techniques — which aim to prevent mothers from passing on inherited diseases — involve altering a human egg or embryo before transferring it into the mother. British law currently forbids any modification of embryos before they are transferred into a woman.
The Third Goal Film Festival screened five documentaries in an effort to advance Peace Corps’ Third Goal: "Helping promote a better understanding of other peoples on the part of Americans."
In Columbia, volunteers passed out fliers saying Sen. Kurt Schaefer, R-Columbia, is keeping roughly 10,400 Boone County residents fromgetting health insurance.
Amid the nation's second-biggest measles outbreak in at least 15 years, some doctors are refusing to see children whose parent's won't get them vaccinated.
A new Vatican outreach initiative to listen to women is criticized for its use of a sexy blonde on its Internet promo video. The video was quickly taken down.