Welcome to Ask Willie D, where the Geto Boys MC answers reader questions about matters, in his own words, "funny, serious or unpredictable." Something on your mind? Ask Willie D! DRUG ADDICTED SON DIVIDING FAMILY Dear Willie D: I have to lock my bedroom door at night to feel somewhat safe with my ... More >>
It's official: In Missouri, employers, insurance companies or anyone else involved in an individual's health care can legally refuse to cover the Pill. In a not-so-surprising move, both houses of the Missouri Legislature voted to override Governor Jay Nixon's veto of Senate Bill 749. SB 749 give ... More >>
Well, well, well. The birth control debate has finally come to our swimsuit areas, gentlemen. Yesterday Missouri State Representative Stacey Newman (D-St. Louis County) filed HB1853, which would only allow a man to have a vasectomy when doing so would protect him from serious injury or prevent hi ... More >>
image viaProstate cancer has a ribbon, too. But be careful: That's light blue, not plain old blue, which boosts awareness for, among many other things, sex slavery, child abuse, bullying, hydranencephaly and chronic fatigue syndrome.It's October, which means a proliferation of pink ribbons, ... More >>
image via A new survey suggests that men don't believe in anything but their own prostates -- and the tea party. Way to go, men!A new study measuring how men and women feel about supporting causes and the power of social media has us worried about the future of mankind.And by mankind, we mean st ... More >>
image viaMark Hughes, a 47-year-old St. Louis County man, pleaded guilty Monday to selling thousands of fake Viagra and Cialis pills over the last several years. We think it sounds like he should bone up on proper business practices? It's going to be hard to explain this one at his next high scho ... More >>
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Dr. William J. Catalona's cancer-screening test sparks debate in the medical community
Dr. William J. Catalona built an unrivaled repository of blood and tissue samples. Washington University wants to keep it. Now a judge will decide: Who owns the prostates?