The parks had not been a big concern for the Environmental Protection Agency because they aren't visited at length by the same children on a daily basis. But results are being reviewed by risk assessors.
The impact of the ruling for Columbia's Harry S. Truman Memorial Veterans Hospital is not immediately clear. The court dealt with issues of delayed treatment, suicide rates and post-traumatic stress disorder treatment.
The videos are designed to help deaf people who have a problem with an interpreter.
The screenings will be held on the afternoon of May 20 and advance reservations are required.
Faith Andrulot traveled to Washington to receive a national Excellence in Nursing Award for her work.
Three out of four car seats nationwide aren't properly installed, which can be hazardous in the event of an accident. You can get your child's car seat inspected from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Saturday.
Luke Schawo, 4, was born with a severely underdeveloped heart. His life has been filled with hospital visits, doctors appointments and surgeries. Now he lives just like any other little boy, and he's about to have one of his wishes granted.
A community sprouts as people gather to garden. A $5,000 grant will pay for compost, design consulting, materials, fruit trees, berries and labor.
If approved by City Council, the new market would be located between the J.W. "Blind" Boone Community Center and the Annie Fisher Food Pantry. The request is expected to be approved.
A St. Louis jury decided in favor of six tobacco companies in a lawsuit filed by a group of Missouri hospitals.
A forum will be held 6:30 p.m. Wednesday at Columbia Public Library to provide information on healthy ways to address the issue.
With his feel-good findings, MU researcher Colin Hesse marries science and sense.
People who change shifts every few days are going to have problems related to memory and learning, one expert said.
The university will use the $6.5 million grant for research to help personalize a breast cancer vaccine to each patient. The goal is to allow the patient's immune system to destroy the cancer cells on its own.
Senior citizens who take multiple medications sometimes reach a point where Medicare no longer covers their medical costs. The hope is to close this gap, called the "donut hole," by 2020.
How do you — politely — tell someone he or she needs to lose weight? Studies show that this uncomfortable conversation often doesn't take place between doctors and their obese patients, creating one of several barriers preventing them from getting the care they need.
The Missouri Senate is considering a bill that would force insurance companies to create websites telling people what their out-of-pocket expenses would be for various medical procedures with different health care providers. The bill will receive a third hearing, and a vote will move it to the House.
Discussion topics include insurance reform, job training, building support networks and trends in autism research.
Recent studies in mice and rats have shown that introducing sterculic oil to their diet reduces fat.
Last spring's allergy season was the worst in 37 years, and this season could be worse yet. Extra moisture in the soil is sending allergen-producing plants into overdrive.