Reporter Angie Weidinger finds a St. Louis company with a product that's challenging the leading cause of blindness in adults over 50, and it comes in a small, all natural vitamin. We look at Conservation Medicine which examines the complex balance between human health, animal health and environmental conditions. It's been called "the varsity sport for the mind" and it's here in St. Louis. We show tomorrow's innovators today and revisit the FIRST Robotics World Finals, brainchild of exceptional innovator Dean Kamen.
PARC, Washington University’s Photosynthetic Antenna Research Center's goal is to understand the basic scientific principles that govern solar energy.
Left-sided breast cancer patients are putting their hearts in good hands at Mercy, as Mercy is leading the way with heart sparing radiotherapy techniques.
Cardinal Glennon’s state of the art imaging center offers advanced CT scanner and MRI technology. The interactive suites have movies, music, internet access, and the rooms change rooms.
Mercy is offering an outpatient treatment option for uterine fibroids. The new minimally invasive Acessa probe is an alternative to having a hysterectomy.
Mercy-St. Louis provides emergency management tools. The online electronic maps and live video feeds are accessible to police and fire crews during any crisis.
A future cure for Alzheimer’s disease? Through the DIAN Study & Drug Trials happening at Washington University in St. Louis, this may become a possibility.
Mercy Telemedicine expands health care through technology to go beyond the walls of traditional hospitals and physician offices. High tech monitoring helps provide medical care. Mercy SafeWatch brings an extra set...
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|DATE||Wednesday March 30th 2013|