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Blythe Bernhard


Saint Louis, MO, United States

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Past articles by Blythe:

St. Louis Public Schools approves record high raises for teachers, staff

St. Louis teachers contract includes $10,000 in attendance bonuses paid out through the 2023-2024 school year. → Read More

Students sue Wentzville School District over book banning

Wentzville School Board votes to keep a challenged book on library shelves after banning "The Bluest Eye" last month. → Read More

Daughter follows mom's footsteps to Lift for Life Academy as charter school expands

One of the city's first charter schools expands to primary grades. → Read More

Food-borne illness is on the rise. Here's how to stay safe.

There have been 13 multi-state disease outbreaks so far this year, compared to eight in all of 2017 and 14 in 2016. → Read More

U.S. health officials sense a severe flu season's ahead

Doctors are bracing for another severe flu season as a high number of infections in Australia this summer could signal a wave of illness reaching the U.S. when temperatures drop. → Read More

Pediatricians group: Ask parents about poverty

It can change children's development and shorten their lifespans → Read More

3-D printing comes to the hospital

Models of brains, prosthetic arms, skin cells are all part of the breakthroughs being made with this new technology. → Read More

Harlow's gift

Today's network of milk sharing is a virtual village powered by breast pumps and the Internet. → Read More

Safe sex kits handed out tonight at St. Louis Thanksgiving Eve celebrations

It's here — the night before Thanksgiving with its hard partying and hookups with hometown friends. → Read More

Ronald Reagan's doctor to speak in St. Louis about Alzheimer's disease

Dr. Ronald Petersen, a Mayo Clinic neurologist who diagnosed Ronald Reagan with Alzheimer's disease, will speak Monday at the Jewish Community Center in Creve Coeur. → Read More

Proposed law would strip EPA of authority over nuclear waste at West Lake Landfill

But Corps of Engineers says it doesn't have money to cover upfront costs. → Read More

St. Louis still ranks highest in STD rates

But chlamydia, gonorrhea numbers are dropping, while syphilis is up. → Read More

St. Louis Zoo is serious about poo

Its endocrinology lab tests thousands of stool samples from across the country. → Read More

St. Louis man recovering after beating in south city

ST. LOUIS • David Vo remains hospitalized but is expected to recover after being robbed and beaten by three teenagers Wednesday in south St. Louis, family members said. → Read More

New reports in West Lake Landfill case show the site is safe

They were filed in court case by owner of landfill → Read More

Emergency plans for West Lake Landfill stoke fears

Some families are making plans to move from area. → Read More

Marching bands sound off at competition

More than 9,000 kids from 64 schools in Midwest take part. → Read More

Cancer vaccines enter clinical trials

Washington University scientists studying whether human body's own immune system can attack tumors. → Read More

Residents demand answers about radioactive Bridgeton landfill

Community meeting draws crowd of more than 500. → Read More

Rotavirus infections surge in St. Louis area despite vaccine

Doctors at WashU want to know if those 50 to 60 children were not vaccinated, or whether a new strain of the virus caused the illnesses → Read More