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Summer Survival Tips for Parents

Summer Tips for Parents

Summer means warm weather, splashing in the pool, vacations, and, for many families, long periods of time with children at home. But, don’t panic! It is possible to enjoy the long summer break and use it as an opportunity to strengthen your family, spend quality time together, and re-dedicate your …

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TICKS AND MOSQUITOS

TICKS AND MOSQUITOS

Vector borne diseases result in approximately one million deaths annually. Vector-borne diseases include flies, ticks, and mosquitos. These arthropods transmit viruses, bacteria, and spirochetes resulting in diseases such as West Nile Virus, Dengue, Colorado Tick Fever, Spotted Fever Rickettsiosis, Tularemia, Tick-Borne Relapsing Fever, Southern Tick-Associated Rash Illness, and Lyme Disease. …

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KNOW THE DANGERS OF OBSTRUCTIVE SLEEP APNEA

KNOW THE DANGERS OF OBSTRUCTIVE SLEEP APNEA

The Dental Treatment Alternative to CPAP By Dr. F. Jay Ohmes DDS, FAGD, LVIF, FIAPA More than 40 million Americans suffer from chronic sleep disorders. These can range from snoring to the complete stoppage of breathing called obstructive sleep apnea (OSA). SERIOUSNESS OF OSA Having obstructive sleep apnea means that …

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Moments that Matter

Moments that Matter

We all have defining moments that, like a stones tossed in a pond, send ripples of intention and purpose through the waters of our lives. It is these moments that change our inner navigation, shifting the currents flowing beneath the stories we tell ourselves about who we are in the …

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Celebrating Independence and Freedom

Celebrating Independence and Freedom

By Denise Pott, LCSW – Assistance Home Care On the Fourth of July we celebrate our freedom with flags, fireworks, and festivities. For many, this is the only day of the year that we really stop to think about independence, but there are many who celebrate their independence every day. …

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The Battlegrounds to Hold 10th Bi-Annual Race

The Battlegrounds to Hold 10th Bi-Annual Race

Enthusiasts to experience St. Louis’ biggest permanent mud run obstacle course Mud devotees come from near and far to battle at The Battlegrounds, a place which calls upon all your strength – upper body, core power, balance and agility – to conquer the industry’s most difficult permanent obstacles. The Battlegrounds …

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Too Busy for God

Too Busy for God

By Christy Parks “If we are too busy for God, then we are far busier than God ever called us to be!” ~ Author Unknown This past year, I have asked God for an easy, stress free year and I have decided that that’s not going to happen. In recent …

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Knee Replacement in your future

Knee Replacement in your future

Stem Cell Therapy may be the non-surgical answer you’re looking for. Have you been diagnosed with the following conditions? Meniscus/Cartilage/ligament Injuries (ACL, PCL) The meniscus and cartilage of the knee serve as shock absorbers and, when damaged, compromise the ability of the knee to dampen the impact of running. Highlighting …

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Do You Know The REAL Cause of Heart Disease?

?Tis The Season For An Offended Heart Or A Giving Heart?

By Dr. Chris Maffit -?Delta Spinal Care Holistic Health and Wellness Center – Do you know the REAL cause of heart disease? Well, the bottom line and honest truth is that we don?t either! This may leave some of you shaking your heads, and, to be honest, I expected that. …

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