The Healthy Living Alliance, along with 14 other area organizations, has unveiled a new tool to help community leaders inform the public about the current status of things like poverty and obesity. KSMU’s Michele Skalicky has more.
The Centers for Disease Control is reporting a sharp decline in new influenza cases around the country. And as KSMU’s Shane Franklin reports, the Springfield-Greene County Health Department is experiencing the same trend.
Around the turn of the 20th Century, the nickname Show-Me state was bestowed upon Missouri. And through the years, like so many other states, Missouri has compiled a rather interesting list of state designations. KSMU’s Scott Harvey tells us about the latest proposal that is turning heads.
Springfield continues to look deeper into the issues surrounding poverty. But one local program says it has more homes than it does qualified applicants to fill those homes. KSMU’s Theresa Bettmann has more.
CoxHealth Foundation invites guests to enjoy food, music, and become inspired in maintaining a healthy heart. KSMU’s Briana Simmons has more on next week’s healthy heart awareness event, which will feature a recently-turned celebrity and living example of heart healthy living.
Chocolate and flowers is one way to win over your significant other for Valentine’s Day. But love can take a little more work. KSMU’s Anna Thomas sat down with a couple that has been married for nearly five decades to learn their secret.