5 hrs ago
EDITORIAL: The Potemkin website
Oppressive regimes throughout history have built cities of false facades meant to impress from afar, concealing the embarrassing condition of the places.
11 hrs ago
Independent Women's Forum
Hoft, who has serious health problems, has received a letter informing him that his health insurance has been cancelled because of ObamaCare.
16 hrs ago
Conservative blogger asks for prayer - just had heart surgery;...
Imagine going to the hospital with a "summer cold", having that turn into an infection that spreads to your heart, losing sight in one eye and surviving the experience by the barest margins after having strokes in your brain.
Wed Dec 11, 2013
Bee and Wasp Sting
Dr. Shiel received a Bachelor of Science degree with honors from the University of Notre Dame.
The York Daily Record
7 ways to keep the pounds off this holiday season
If you know you are going to a party in the evening, experts advise eating a healthy breakfast and lunch.
Tue Dec 10, 2013
Combat-Related Injuries Leave Their Mark: Researchers Find Brain...
In preliminary findings, Saint Louis University researchers report that veterans who suffered blast injuries have changes in brain tissue that are still apparent in images years after the blast.
Mon Dec 09, 2013
Medical News Today
Adding a psychiatric nurse to treatment team improves foster care
Psychiatric nurses offer a missing and critical point of view in treating adolescents in foster care who have mental health issues, an instructor at Saint Louis University School of Nursing found.
The Star Online
Seven ways to battle the holiday bulge
'TIS the season for holiday eating. And that means that most of us will pack on about one to two pounds this time of year.
Sat Dec 07, 2013
Bosnian memories preserved in St. Louis
In this photo made Monday, Oct. 21, 2013, the Selma Avdagic, 22, works at a computer as her mother Mirha, right, prepares dinner at home their in O'Fallon, Mo.
Fri Dec 06, 2013
The University News
Celebrating the holidays at Sam Cupples' house
Being a senior, I've found myself mentioning the "lasts" a lot more often as May quickly approaches.
Jesuit theologian remembered for scholarship, joyfulness
St. Louis, Mo., Dec 6, 2013 / 04:21 pm .- Catholic theologian and professor Father Edward T. Oakes, S.J. died in St. Louis Dec. 6, prompting his colleagues to remember his work in Christology, his wit, and his lasting effect on students.
To improve foster care, add a psychiatric nurse to treatment team
Julie Bertram, an instructor at Saint Louis University School of Nursing, is the lead author of an article that suggests adding a psychiatric nurse to the treatment team would... ST.
Thu Dec 05, 2013
KMOV-TV Saint Louis
Local dance teacher accused of assaulting woman while on bond for rape charges
A local dance teacher has been arrested for physically assaulting a woman in a church but the same man already has rape charges against him in a case involving a young teenager.
The University News
Students and university clash on free speech
While students at private institutions enjoy many luxuries, these students are not always afforded the same level of First Amendment protection as students at public universities.
The University News
Cheating in higher education
It's printed on every syllabus a student receives at the beginning of a semester: Saint Louis University's "Academic Integrity Policy."
Washington University in St. Louis
Assessing chronic disease in the St. Louis region
Heart disease, cancer and diabetes are chronic diseases that account for $1.1 billion in hospital charges, affecting many individuals and families.
Wed Dec 04, 2013
Herbal antioxidants improve learning and memory, could decrease Alzheimer's risk
Susan Farr, PhD, professor of geriatrics at St. Louis University School of Medicine, presented her preliminary findings regarding herbs that can reduce cognitive decline at a Society for Neuroscience conference, Neuroscience 2013.
Expert Available to Comment on Dangerous Radioactive Substance Stolen in Mexico
This morning, national media outlets reported that a dangerous radioactive substance had been stolen in Mexico that could potentially be used in manufacturing a dirty bomb.
Ultragenyx Announces Initiation of Phase 1/2 Study of Recombinant...
Ultragenyx Announces Initiation of Phase 1/2 Study of Recombinant Human Beta-Glucuronidase in Mucopolysaccharidosis Type 7 NOVATO, Calif., Dec. 4, 2013 -- Ultragenyx Pharmaceutical Inc., a biotechnology company, today announced the dosing of the first patient in a Phase 1/2 study of recombinant human beta-glucuronidase for MPS 7, in Manchester, UK.
Tue Dec 03, 2013
Theodore Wheeler in Boulevard; 'Tom Dennison's Omaha'; interview of Stillwell
Fiction writer Theodore Wheeler , a graduate of Creighton University, has a short story, "River Ward, 1917," in the fall issue of the literary journal Boulevard published at Saint Louis University.