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DRINK UP DEHYDRATION — IS NO JOKE!

DRINK UP DEHYDRATION—IS NO JOKE!

By Jean Huelsing RN (Founder of Camp Jump Start®) The dog days of summer are here. With the unrelenting heat and humidity comes the risk of a potentially deadly malady—dehydration, heat exhaustion and heat stroke. Scott was on the golf course when he collapsed at the 9th hole. Whenever he …

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Make Life a Little More ‘Hip’!

Make Life a Little More ‘Hip’!

Do you suffer from chronic hip pain with no relief from treatments you have tried? Has your doctor told you that you need a hip replacement? Are you hesitant to take that next step into surgery? Hip replacement surgery removes damaged or diseased parts of a hip joint and replaces …

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Helping the Future Look Bright

Future Look Bright

Recently, a patient named Angie came into our office. She’d struggled with her vision for 40 years, and to Angie, we represented the last thread of hope that she had to be able to see the faces of her children and husband without being shackled by glasses or contacts. Angie’s …

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Miracle-Ear Enhances Quality of Life for St. Louis Resident

Miracle-Ear Enhances Quality of Life for St. Louis Resident

Miracle-Ear Foundation partners with Miracle-Ear of St. Louis to donate hearing aids Miracle-Ear® of St. Louis, a part of the nationwide hearing solution franchise, partnered with the Miracle-Ear Foundation to provide, Thelda Borisch, the gift of sound. Thelda, local resident, moved by herself from Ironton Missouri at the age of …

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Summer Is a Time for LOVE

What is Love

By Christy Parks Summertime can be touch and go for relationships. Because like the weather, some summers are pleasant, relaxing and slightly off strict routine while other summers can be just dry. If they are pleasant and relaxing there is usually no issue, but if it is draught and scarce …

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Sequoia Sciences Receives FDA Fast Track Designation for Vaccine for Urinary Tract Infections Caused by Multidrug-Resistant Bacteria

Non-Antibiotic Treatment Approach May Reduce the Development of Antibiotic Resistance and Promote Antibiotic Stewardship Sequoia Sciences announced it has received Fast Track Designation from the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) for its novel, investigational vaccine designed to treat recurrent urinary tract infections (UTI) caused by multidrug-resistant bacteria. Fast Track …

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A DRUGLESS MIGRAINE TREATMENT? TELL ME MORE!!!

MIGRAINE

If you experience migraines, chances are that the symptoms and signs you experience, may be different from say the neighbor down the street. The most common symptom is of course the pain. Migraine attacks usually last from 4 to 72 hours and most people will be free from symptoms between …

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Sleep Hygiene: Healthy Habits for Hitting the Hay

Sleep Hygiene: Healthy Habits for Hitting the Hay

Sleep disturbances are one of the most common patient complaints in medical offices today. Chances are high that most providers have a large number of patients frustrated by the inability to obtain a good night’s sleep, so familiarity with tools to ensure optimal sleep is priceless. Impairment of sleep is …

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Childhood Obesity Finding Hope

Childhood Obesity Finding Hope

By Jean Huelsing RN (Founder of Camp Jump Start®) It is opening day at Camp Jump Start. Campers begin to arrive with their families. They all look nervous but willing to step out of their comfort zone in the hope of finding a better life. “We’ve tried everything” is the …

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