Dr. Rachel Orscheln, a pediatric infectious disease specialist, dispels common myths about vaccines on Fox2's StLMoms.
The Huffington Post interviews Dr. Ericka Hayes about steps to protect pregnant women and children from the Zika virus.
Dr. Ericka Hayes discusses measures to prevent the mumps after University of Missouri officials report seven suspected cases of the virus.
A recent outbreak of the measles has St. Louis area physicians urging parents to vaccinate their children. The St. Louis Post Dispatch interviews infectious disease specialist Dr. Rachel Orscheln.
Fox2 interviews infectious disease specialist Dr. Rachel Orscheln about the dangers of not vaccinating children in the wake of a measles outbreak.
Emergency Room physician Dr. Bo Kennedy talks with the St. Louis Post Dispatch about a spike in flu cases in the St. Louis area.
Dr. Greg Storch talks to the St. Louis Post-Dispatch about the link between enterovirus and muscle weakness.
Dr. David Jaffe and Lisa Heithaus, RN, talk with KTVI about how the Healthy Kids Express mobile asthma unit is helping with patient overflow from the ER due to the enterovirus outbreak.
Dr. Ericka Hayes talks with the St. Louis Post Dispatch about a virus that is spreading across the St. Louis area and sending many children to the emergency room.
Dr. Kathleen Berchelmann talks to KTVI about preventing and treating a virus sickening hundreds of children in the region.
Dr. Ericka Hayes, infectious disease specialist, shares advice for parents about back-to-school vaccines in the St. Louis Post Dispatch.
Dr. Ericka Hayes, an infectious diseases specialist, discusses back-to-school vaccines with KTVI, Fox 2.
Dr. Ericka Hayes talks to the St. Louis Post Dispatch about a new study indicating a high rate of sexually transmitted diseases in St. Louis.
Dr. Kathleen Berchelmann and St. Louis Kids Magazine remind parents to make sure children are up-to-date on their vaccines before school starts.
Answer Line nurse Paula Losito helps clear-up common misconceptions about kids and shingles.
Dr. Greg Storch explains to KTVI that flu season is slower to hit Missouri, but the worst could still be coming.
Winter is upon us, and the germs are spreading. Dr. Kathleen Berchelmann talks to KTVI about the illnesses we're seeing in our emergency department.