Americans are washing their hands more often, suggests the latest check by researchers who spy on people using public restrooms.
MU's Women’s and Children’s Hospital will host an open house with tours from 2 to 4 p.m. on Sunday.
The Healthy Families Fun Fair will have 35 learning stations covering topics on health, exercise and nutrition.
Beginning Jan. 2, St. Louis and St. Louis County will implement a smoking ban, with exemptions for casino floors, some hotel rooms and some private clubs.
Kelsi Poe's recent hospital visit raises issue of rules and regulations for underage drinking.
The University of Missouri Women's and Children's Hospital has consolidated services for women and children into one location.
MU's Bradford Research and Extension Center will hold the sixth Annual Tomato Festival on Thursday, Sept. 9. The festival will offer tastings of more than 60 tomato and more than 40 pepper varieties.
Court officials sent surveys to 6,000 residents as part of the process to weed out potential jurors.
As part of the law women must now meet with a qualified professional before having an abortion and will be told that fetuses may feel pain.
The stoppage is related to scheduling problems, not new state requirements, said the president of the Planned Parenthood branch that reaches mid-Missouri.
Health officials are predicting a mild flu season this year. The latest vaccine has already hit Columbia pharmacies.
The $5 billion federal program, part of the Affordable Care Act, reimburses some health care costs until 2014 at three Columbia employers that offer health insurance for early retirees.
MU psychology professor Kennon Sheldon has dedicated his life's work to scientifically understand what the pursuit of happiness means to us.
MU's children's hospital is set to receive $50,000 as part of the Children's Miracle Network Radiothon.
Health concerns have prompted the EPA and DNR to collect soil samples for the past two years in four northwest Missouri counties.
Fears about undercooked eggs have grown since more than a half-billion have been recalled because of salmonella concerns. Experts encourage caution when cooking and consuming eggs.
Although no deaths have been reported, hundreds of people have been sickened in a salmonella outbreak linked to eggs.
Here are some tips for avoiding salmonella from the Missouri Department of Heath and Senior Services.
A stunning one in five teens has lost a little bit of hearing, and the problem has increased substantially in recent years, a new national study has found.
State health officials say seven salmonella cases in Minnesota have been linked to a multistate egg recall. Missouri is one of the states affected.