News Stories

10/20/2021

Breast Cancer Survivor Feeling Confident About the Future

Every October, the world goes pink for Breast Cancer Awareness Month. This year, though, a Columbia woman hopes people will go beyond cute tee shirts and catchy slogans and decide to take action.
10/15/2021

Columbia Playwright Focused on Recovery After Concrete Mixer Rollover

A Columbia man is grateful for the support of family and friends after a crash involving a concrete mixer. See how their prayers and a team of health care providers put him on the road to recovery.
10/14/2021

Roy Blunt NextGen Precision Health Building Features State-of-the-Art Imaging Tools

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10/8/2021

Teenager Aiming for Full Recovery After Rare Condition Leads to Stroke

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10/6/2021

MU Researchers Conducting COVID-19 Vaccine Study Involving Children

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10/1/2021

MU Health Care Breaks Ground on New Home for Children’s Hospital

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9/22/2021

Clinical Trial Testing Automatic Oxygen Control Device for Premature Infants

Some premature babies need the help of life-saving machines in a neonatal intensive care unit, or NICU, to provide oxygen that eases the struggle to take their first breaths. However, small, personalized adjustments — to either raise or lower the level of oxygen provided — must be made by hand under the careful attention of nurses and respiratory therapists. Now, a clinical trial will test a new device, designed by a researcher at the University of Missouri College of Engineering, that could make those needed adjustments for premature babies in a NICU — automatically.
9/3/2021

After Almost Losing His Life to COVID-19, Columbia Man Encourages Vaccinations

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8/19/2021

Educator With a Heart for Helping Kids Finds Relief from Pain Caused by Rickets

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8/4/2021

Most Powerful MRI Scanner in State Arrives at NextGen Building

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