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Pollens, Dust Mites and More.

Date: Jul 21, 2014

Pollens, Dust Mites and More.

Sunitha Sequeira, MD, talks about controlling your seasonal allergies.


Patients with congested nasal passages often assume they have a sinus infection or 'sinusitis." Inflamed nasal passages actually can be caused by allergies or viral colds. Physicians, therefore, generally limit the definition of sinusitis to bacterial infection of the sinuses.
There is a one-in-three possibility of suffering from hearing loss.  If you are fortunate enough not to, most likely you know someone who does.  In the United States, experts estimate that approximately 30% of the population suffers from hearing impairment.  For those individuals over 65, nearly 40% have hearing loss.  Thus, the magnitude of the problem cannot be overstated.
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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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Fall For Pumpkin

Fall For Pumpkin

Pumpkin is the flavor of-the-minute!  This season, think outside the pie to bring this colorful fall veggie to your plate in fun, flavorful and creative ways.

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.

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Lunch and Learn

What are Probiotics?

Rahul Dhillon, MD, gastroenterologist

Probiotics — good bacteria, are showing up in foods, beverages and as nutritional supplements. Join us and learn why probiotics are essential to human nutrition and how they can be used to prevent and alleviate many different conditions, but particularly those that affect the gastrointestinal tract.

Monday, November 10
11:30 a.m.-1 p.m.
Longview Farm House
13525 Clayton Road

evening programs

Multiple Sclerosis Breakthroughs

Barry Singer, MD, neurologist
Mark Tullman, MD, neurologist
Heather Popham, ANP, MS certified nurse

Join us for a discussion on the latest MS treatments along with strategies to reduce MS symptoms and improve quality of life. Groundbreaking research from the world’s largest annual international MS conference held in September 2014 will be presented, including potential future preventive therapies and treatments to repair myelin and restore function in individuals living with MS. A Q&A session will follow the presentation. Refreshments will be served.

Thursday, Oct. 30
The Hilton St. Louis Frontenac
1335 South Lindbergh Blvd.

Call 314-996-5433 to Register

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