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Go Green and Live a Healthier Life
Dietary guidelines recommend filling half our plate with fruits and vegetables and just a quarter of the plate with “protein”, such as meat, fish or poultry.  And when it comes to protein, did you know the same guidelines also suggest eating more plant-based protein? 
There’s Strength in Numbers! Build Muscle to Strengthen Bones

Steps you may take to protect your bones from Osteoporosis. Begin today by celebrating May - Osteoporosis Awareness month. What does building more muscle have to do with stronger bones? A lot!


Don't Forget Your Fruits and Veggies

Meeting dietary recommendations to fill half your plate with produce can be a challenge. Here are some tips and tricks from our nutrition experts to help you add more produce to your diet.

Ask the Doctor

Our doctors answer common health questions.

When Does a Cut Mean a Trip to the ER?

ER physician Jeffrey Davis, MD, answers common questions about what to do when you or a loved one has a cut.

Ask the Doctor About Probiotics

What are probiotics? How are they helpful? 

Dr. Rahul S. Dhillon, MD, answers common questions about probiotics.

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Recipes

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Nonni’s Eggplant Lasagna Recipe

Nonni’s Eggplant Lasagna Recipe

Our Nutrition Team has adapted a wonderful Eggplant Lasagna recipe for a healthy meal option.

Perfect Sides to Any Summer Dish

Perfect Sides to Any Summer Dish

Kale is all the rage! Think outside the salad bowl and roast a batch of kale as “chips” – perfect to serve in place of traditional potato chips.  Because these kale “chips” are baked instead of fried, you’ll save calories and fat grams – plus dish up a dose of antioxidants key to your good health!

Carrot “chips” add a burst of bright color and nearly “sweet” flavor to snack time or as a side to your luncheon sandwich! Choose extra-large carrots for the simplest way to shave into strips.

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Featured Events

Lunch and Learn

Safeguarding Your Health

Stuart Higano, MD, cardiologist

Remember when “How to Lower Your …” cholesterol and blood pressure were hot health topics? Have we become cholesterol and blood pressure complacent? Join Dr. Higano for lunch and find out where you stand and the steps you can take to lower your risk for heart disease.

Friday, September 26
11 a.m.-noon and 12:30-1:30 p.m.
Longview Farm House
13525 Clayton Road

evening programs

Heart Valves and A-Fib

Joshua Baker, MD, cardiothoracic surgeon
Karthik Ramaswamy, MD, electrophysiologist
James Scharff, MD, cardiothoracic surgeon

There are many types of heart disease, such as valve disease and arrhythmias that can affect the structures or function of the heart and blood vessels. Join us for a discussion on the diagnosis and treatment of valve disease and a-fib, including small incision mitral valve surgery and TAVR.

Tuesday, Oct. 7
The Hilton St. Louis Frontenac
1335 South Lindbergh Blvd.

Call 314-996-5433 to Register

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