Researchers expected to find that women who postponed having children ended up having the same number they would have had otherwise. They were in for a surprise.
Nasal spray and injectable vaccine is available Monday through Friday from 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. at the Public Health and Human Services Department, 1005 W. Worley.
On bicycling tours, people travel by bike not necessarily for exercise, but for pleasure. The workshop will teach participants about planning, equipment and day-to-day life while touring.
The CDC recommends children between 2 and 8 years old be vaccinated with the nasal spray influenza vaccine, rather than the traditional injection, for the 2014-15 flu season.
Fewer than half of Americans get a flu vaccine every year. Vaccination rates are highest for children under 5 and for seniors, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention said Thursday.
Kate Gunn, the executive director for Argrageous Fridays, explains why she is passionate about local art. The next event is scheduled for Oct. 10-12.
A National Science Foundation grant will fund the Science ARTreach program between MU and Lee Elementary.
About 100 of the lit lanterns floated above MU, many with scrawled messages to lost loved ones.
First strangers, then friends and now co-authors, three Columbia residents have released a book that explores life's journey through a metaphor of a house with six doors.
For eight years, the Food Bank for Central and Northeast Missouri has partnered with Huffstutter Orchards, about 25 miles west of Columbia, to send apples to impoverished families in 32 counties. The next opportunity to help with their efforts will be Sunday, Sept. 14.
Programs such as Turning Point and Into Action give second chances to the homeless and released prisoners, offering support and a fresh start.
EV-D68, the virus that has sickened children in Kansas City and St. Louis and resulted in some hospitalizations, hasn't caused any confirmed cases yet in Columbia, health officials said.
This year, Green Dot and Title IX educational sessions have been added to MU's Safe Mizzou 2014 agenda. The week's events begin on Monday.
Bush and Keller Auditoriums, Rhynsburger Theatre and the Odd Fellows Lodge were added to the list of 2015 True/False Film Fest venues.
Jason Mathews has been playing trumpet for 16 years. He says it has taught him lessons about being timely, respectable and hardworking. It also cured his stage fright.
Nearly 3,000 participants rode in Bike MS during the weekend. Columbia has hosted the fundraiser since 2004.
Nearly 500 children have been treated at one hospital alone — Children's Mercy in Kansas City — and some required intensive care, according to authorities.
Around 100 church members from Saint Andrew's Lutheran Church in Columbia helped pack 2,760 boxes at Sunday's event.
A hospital epidemiologist says it could be the same enterovirus infection that has hit St. Louis and Kansas City.
The poster depicts local musicians, wooden soldiers and cyclists along the river port. It was chosen from a pool of 87 entries by a jury of five people from Columbia's culture and arts community.