After six months of voting, Ella's Hope won $25,000 for autism from the Pepsi Refresh Project. Plans for the money are in place.
In its first report on the subject in seven years, the World Health Organization provided recommendations for governments to help prevent alcohol-related deaths, which account for approximately 4 percent of deaths worldwide.
Three hundred to 400 doctors kill themselves every year, which means physicians have a higher suicide rate than any other profession.
Hospitals prepared for the storm with earlier or extra deliveries of food and medical supplies. The city made clearing streets near the hospitals a priority, and snow plows were sent when needed to accompany ambulances.
The government mounts an assault on salt, advising half of the U.S. population to cut down their sodium intake and warning the food industry to help.
The Mizzou Black Men's Initiative, along with several traditionally African-American fraternities, held a blood drive to increase awareness on the importance of blood donation by minorities.
The robotic surgery is less invasive than traditional surgery and speeds up patient's recovery.
The visit was a follow-up by Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services.
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention approximates nearly 26 million Americans have diabetes — almost 1 in 12 Americans.
Given that E. coli contamination closed beaches at the Lake of the Ozarks the past two summers, Koster's office hopes to address the problem by issuing recommendations.
The $3.25 million grant will provide services for Boone County infants and children up to age 8 and their families.
Second to Nature provides breast cancer patients with customized products, such as post-surgical clothes. The store helps rebuild what cancer has damaged.
Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid has said the legislation will not see the light of day there, but the GOP leader, Sen. Mitch McConnell of Kentucky, said bluntly, "I assure you we will" have a vote on it.
Missouri Lt. Gov. Peter Kinder filed a lawsuit against the federal health care overhaul last year.
The powders are sold in stores as bath salts, but contain stimulants that can cause rapid heart rates, seizures and hallucinations.
Lower-than-expected turnout for the high-risk pool has resulted in a 25 percent reduction in rates.
When the FDA withdrew approval for Avastin, Julie Heppe, who has Stage 4 breast cancer, went to action to fight the decision. She's made it her mission to fight the decision. "I want to bring awareness to what the FDA and government can do to limit our resources," she said.
The chocolate chips possibly contain an undeclared milk protein.
More than 50,000 Missouri residents may be interviewed in the coming year as part of a statewide survey of tobacco use.