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  • The secret to keeping your New Year’s Resolution

    ST. LOUIS, Mo. _ So you’re hitting the gym for the new year. You’re not alone. Getting in shape and losing weight are among the top New Year’s Resolutions. Forty-five percent of Americans make new years resolutions, but only 8% stick to them and achieve their goals. How can you be among that 8%? Dr. Rachel Glik explains. For more information visit: www.drrachelglik.com

  • Technology trends for the new year

    ST. LOUIS, Mo. _ It may not be 2018 yet but we are already looking ahead to tech trends in the new year. Scott Schaffer from Blade Technologies joined us to talk more about it!  

  • STLMoms- Preventing asthma attacks

    ST. LOUIS, Mo. _ Did you know that St. Louis is often called one of the most challenging places to live with asthma?  In fact, asthma rates in children are twice the national average. Can it be prevented? Dr. Leonard Bacharier, Pediatric Allergist at St. Louis Children’s Hospital, explains. For more information visit: www.breatheeasyearly.com

  • Preventing heart attacks during winter

    ST. LOUIS, MO. _ We are in the middle of the holiday season and health officials are expecting a spike in cardiac problems. It follows a national trend in which there is an overall increase of five percent more heart related deaths during the holidays. But why? And how can they be prevented? Dr. Elie Azrak, Cardiologist at SSM Depaul Hospital, joined at FOX 2 to talk more about it.  

  • New Year’s resolutions with WGU Missouri

    ST. LOUIS, Mo. _ Going back to college is a top New Year`s resolution for adults. More than 755,000 Missourians have some college experience, but no degree. Those managing a career and family life are forced to take a different approach when it comes to choosing a college and must do their research to find a university that will fit their needs and their families` needs. Dr. Angie Besendorfer who is a Chancellor at WGU Missouri joined us at FOX […]

  • The Blender with music critic Kevin Johnson

    ST. LOUIS, Mo. _ It’s Friday and that means music man Kevin Johnson is here to tell us about upcoming concerts. Charlie Puth, Hailee Steinfeld, Aug. 6, Hollywood Casino Amphitheater John Oates, Feb. 16, Old Rock House Gateway Jazz Festival with Boney James, July 21, Chesterfield Amphitheater Killer Queen, July 14, Family Arena Sister Hazel, Carbon Leaf, Feb. 22, Delmar Hall Corey Feldman and the Angels, Feb. 10, Fubar, canceled El Monstero: Tribute to Pink Floyd, Friday (sold out), Saturday, […]

  • Bells of Joy Handbell Choir from Weldon Spring

    ST. LOUIS, Mo. _ They’ve been ringing bells for 20 years! It’s the “Bells of Joy” Handbell Choir from Weldon Spring. The choir, along with director Sue Stuertz, joined us on FOX 2 News in the Morning with a special performance.

  • Family financial discussions over the holidays

    ST. LOUIS, Mo. _ Over the river and through the woods to grandmother’s house we go! For many families, this is one of the few times of the year everyone is under one roof. The long holiday is the perfect opportunity to talk finances with aging parents and grandparents. Local financial professional Ken Heise, from the Heise Advisory Group, tells us the most important topics to cover.  

  • STLMoms- Kids and holiday stress

    ST. LOUIS, Mo. _ Stress and the holidays sometimes go hand in hand. We often think of adults who become stressed this time of the year, but did you know its often common in some kids. Cassie Wichlenski is a licensed clinical social worker at SSM DePaul Hospital. She joined with what could be stressing them out, what to look for and how to calm the situation.  

  • Watching hockey affects those with cardiovascular disease

    ST. LOUIS, Mo. _ Watching hockey could affect fans with cardiovascular disease; in some cases, it can even double the heart rate according to a study by the Montreal Heart Institute. The Medical Director of the US Center For Sports Medicine, Dr. Rick Lehman, joined us to discuss it.  

  • City Greens Holiday Fundraiser

    ST. LOUIS, Mo. _ City Greens holiday fundraiser will be hosting a fried chicken family style meal. Benefits will go to City Greens Market.  They are a non-profit grocery store dedicated to supporting local farmers. Rick Lewis, who is the owner and chef at Grace Meat Plus Three and Alexander Wilson from City Greens joined us at FOX 2 to talk more about the effort. City Greens Holiday Fundraiser Monday, December 18th 5:00 p.m Grace Meat Plus Three 4270 Manchester ave […]

  • ‘Curls for Girls’ Helps those that spend the holiday inside a hospital

    ST. LOUIS, Mo. _ Can you imagine having to spend the holidays in the hospital? There is an organization trying to make it better. “Curls For Girls” will help girls feel better while in the hospital with a day of beauty. Carlie Huff, who was a patient, benefitted from the program. For more information visit: http://curlsforgirls.org