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Probiotics for Whole-body Health

Probiotics

The human digestive system is home to over 1000 different species of bacteria. Each of us acts as host to over 200 species in our own diverse collection of long-term resident microorganisms, called the gut microbiota. This biodiversity is due to a combination of nature and nurture. We host microorganisms ranging from good, to bad, to downright ugly. These bacteria ... Read More »

Spring Exercise Fling

Spring Exercise Fling

By Adam Muehl, MPT, CMPT Warmer weather is upon us.  For some of us that might mean walks or jogs in the neighborhood, finally getting around to those overdue landscaping plans, joining the local softball squad, or just finding time to take a snooze under the sun. Each of these activities and many more may task your musculoskeletal system, well maybe ... Read More »

Serious Health Risk Indicator

Serious Health Risk Indicator

Clint Schambach, CSCS - It is time to stop looking at your problem areas as just a little extra fat in your midsection. These areas where you store your fat can be a big indicator on future or current health risks. In fact, the American Journal of Clinical Nutrition reported that when compared to body mass index (BMI), your waist ... Read More »

Condition Of The Heart

Condition Of The Heart

Most people who come for counseling are seeking a solution to a problem. Whether they are dealing with addiction, bitterness, depression, anger, or any other issue, the common goal is a desire to uncover the root of the problem. Understanding the root of the problem is, of course, the best way to apply an adequate solution. The Voice of the ... Read More »

elements massage® Opens First Missouri Studio in St. Peters

Massage Therapy

Thomas and Cheryl Street, local entrepreneurs and owners of the new Elements Massage in St. Peters, are on a mission to help area consumers experience the healing benefits of massage therapy services tailored to meet their unique needs. The new St. Peters massage studio, located in 94 Crossing Shopping Center at 6223 Mid Rivers Mall Dr., will open its doors ... Read More »

Association with Cannabis and Psychosis Confirmed

canabis

By Arturo C. Taca, Jr., MD Diplomate-American Board of Addiction Medicine Diplomate-American Board of Psychiatry and Neurology Medical Director- INSynergy More recent studies have shown clear evidence that marijuana can cause psychotic symptoms. It has been widely recognized that some persons that smoke cannabis are at higher risk of psychotic symptoms such as paranoid thoughts, auditory hallucinations, and delusions. These ... Read More »

Pedal the Cause Presents its Largest-Ever Donation to Siteman Cancer Center and St. Louis Children’s Hospital

STLcancer

Pedal the Cause presented its largest-ever donation — $2.76 million — to Siteman Cancer Center and St. Louis Children’s Hospital at the Pedal the Cause 2014 Check Presentation Celebration held last night at Ballpark Village. Pedal the Cause is the only St. Louis event that gives 100% of participant donationsto Siteman Cancer Center and St. Louis Children’s Hospital to accelerate ... Read More »

Want More Energy, Better Sleep, Less Stress… Try This!

energy

Do you want more energy, better quality sleep, and less stress in your life?  Then the FirstLine Therapy® Lifestyle Program is just want you need! Gautama Siddhartha says that “Every human being is the author of his own health or disease.”  If you have been suffering with chronic illness then you are among the 1 out of 10 Americans that ... Read More »

Assessing Thyroid Bad Behavior

Assessing Thyroid Bad Behavior

By Jason Rhodes, DC, BCIM Did you know that more than 12 percent of the U.S. population will develop a thyroid condition during their lifetimes? And 60 percent of people suffering from a thyroid disease don’t even know it?1 Correctly diagnosing and treating thyroid disease remains a slippery slope mainly because thyroid disease mimics other conditions. Further, the symptoms can ... Read More »

Arthroscopic Surgery

Arthroscopic Surgery

Arthroscopy (also called arthroscopic surgery) is a minimally invasive surgical procedure in which an examination and sometimes treatment of damage of the interior of a joint is performed using an arthroscope, that is inserted into the joint through a small incision. Arthroscopic procedures can be performed either to evaluate or to treat many orthopaedic conditions including torn floating cartilage, torn ... Read More »

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