These Baby Names Made the “Endangered Baby Names 2017” List

By |July 11th, 2017|Health, Uncategorized|

Like dinosaurs, movie-rental stores, and flip phones, a number of baby names could soon be gone forever. BabyCenter, the No.1 pregnancy and parenting digital resource, has identified 14 names that not a single BabyCenter member has chosen for a newborn so [...]

Siteman Kids at Children’s Hospital Launches New Clinic

By |June 21st, 2017|Health, NEWS|

Siteman Kids at St. Louis Children’s Hospital is making it even easier for concerned parents to find answers about melanoma and atypical moles through the launch of the Pediatric Melanoma and Nevus Clinic. This twice monthly clinic will bring multiple [...]

St. Louis Children’s Hospital expands Pediatric Epilepsy Center

By |March 29th, 2017|Health, NEWS|

St. Louis Children’s Hospital expands Pediatric Epilepsy Center Due to an increase in demand for procedures and services, St. Louis Children’s Hospital is expanding its Pediatric Epilepsy Center. The expansion will include additional surgical technology, two epileptologists, EEG technologists and an [...]

Actress Julianne Hough Speaks Out About Her Struggle With Endometriosis

By |March 23rd, 2017|Celebrity News, Health|

Actress Julianne Hough Joins Campaign to Raise Awareness About Endometriosis Julianne Hough Actress, dancer and Emmy Award-winning choreographer Julianne Hough is helping to raise awareness about endometriosis through a campaign called "Get in the Know about ME in [...]

SSM St. Joseph’s President Named New Board Member at Crisis Nursery

By |March 6th, 2017|Health, NEWS|

The Board of Directors for the St. Louis Crisis Nursery has named Mike Bowers as new Board member. Bowers is the President of SSM St. Joseph Health Center in St. Charles. Bowers took over as president of the 333-bed SSM St. [...]

Heart Month: Heart Resources in St. Louis

By |February 3rd, 2017|Health|

Help is not far away The Go Red for Women initiative is nationally sponsored by Macy’s and includes a variety of products “sporting” the red dress logo in support of the movement. About 82 million Americans have some [...]

Heart Month: Heart Attacks Are a Part of Our social Consciousness.

By |February 3rd, 2017|Health|

The beat goes on...      Heart attacks are a part of our social consciousness We know they happen. We all know somebody or of somebody who has had a heart attack. Some survive. Some do not. Even if we [...]

American Heart Month: Five Ways to Create Healthy Days

By |February 3rd, 2017|Health|

Five Ways to Create Healthy Days Contrary to popular belief, overall health is more than just being free of disease or chronic illness. Other factors, such as access to fresh foods, neighborhood walkability and public safety, to name a few, [...]

Worlds AIDS Day: HIV/ AIDS Resources in St. Louis

By |December 1st, 2016|Health, NEWS|

Help is Not Far Away: HIV/Aids Resources in St. Louis Currently, there are about 1.2 million people in the U.S. living with HIV, according to the United States Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. The chances of an American being [...]

World AIDS Day: HIV/AIDS Does Not Discriminate

By |December 1st, 2016|Health, NEWS|

December 1 is World Aids Day: HIV/AIDS Does Not Discriminate Charlie Sheen About a year ago, Golden Globe- and Emmy Award-nominee and Hollywood “bad boy” Charlie Sheen, now 51, announced that he had been living with HIV for [...]

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