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As the City of St. Louis announced its first confirmed case of COVID-19, a Saint Louis University student in her 20s who had recently traveled abroad, area hospitals are taking measures to increase testing for COVID-19 while protecting the health and safety existing patients and healthcare w…

On February 12, 2010, Keetra Thompson woke up to the unthinkable. The entire left side of her body was paralyzed. Fortunately, she was still able to speak. She called her parents, who immediately took her to the ER. “My mom is a RN so that was reassuring,” the St. Louis area woman said.

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Over 75 community members, most from the St. Louis area chapters of The Links, Inc., were part of a Breast Health Equity Symposium held February 1 at Parkview Tower at Barnes-Jewish Hospital. They trained to become breast health ambassadors in the community to spread breast cancer prevention…

If you are wondering how to guard against the new coronavirus strain that is circulating around the world right now that first appeared in Wuhan, China, it may be as simple as keeping your hands washed and clean – and out of your face, covering coughs and avoiding coughing from others – whic…

Schnuck Markets has launched its first ever community-wide step challenge the five states in which the company operates (Missouri, Illinois, Indiana, Iowa, and Wisconsin). Participants who log 50,000 steps or more now through February 29 will be entered into a drawing for a chance to win 50,…