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Put Spring in Your Step and on Your Plate!

Most fruits and vegetables are now available year round, but many are at their true peak of season from March to early June. Produce enjoyed in season is at peak flavor and nutrition – so tasty "cooking" may mean just a quick rinse under the faucet and a slice onto the plate! Seasonal produce typically comes at a lower cost, too.

Alissa’s Hope Helps MoBap  Breast Cancer Patients.

Breast cancer survivor and husband give back by creating a foundation to help provide mammograms for women in financial need.

A Special Place to Heal.

Date: Apr 11, 2016

A Special Place to Heal.

Just one day after the opening of the Wound Healing Center at Missouri Baptist Medical Center, its physicians and staff began saving a man's life.

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Ask the Doctor

Our doctors answer common health questions.

Irregular Heartbeats?

Dr. Andrew Krainik answers common questions you may have about heart palpitations, the subjective feeling of a rapid, irregular, or pronounced heartbeat.

High Blood Pressure?

Interventional cardiologist Christopher Speidel, MD, answers common questions about High Blood Pressure.

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Recipes

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Thyme-Roasted Radishes and Carrots

Thyme-Roasted Radishes and Carrots

Roasting radishes caramelizes their natural sugars for a mellow sweetness reminiscent of a potato and turnip combined.  Delicious and beautiful combined with baby carrots – a great way to welcome spring!

Orange-Ricotta Breakfast Salad with Figs and Walnuts

Try this unique take on breakfast – a salad! Add a hardboiled egg, glass of milk or side of turkey sausage to round-out protein intake!

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Stroke Awareness

Stroke is a leading cause of death and a major cause of adult disability, yet nearly 85% of all strokes are preventable. Learn more during Stoke Awareness Month.

High Blood Pressure, A-Fib and Stroke: What’s the Connection?

Are you predisposed to stroke? Can you lower your risk? Join Michael Hatlelid, MD, neurologist, director of Missouri Baptist’s Stroke Center as he discusses stroke prevention, signs of stroke, the importance of calling 911 and stroke treatment. Light refreshments served.

Thursday, May 26, 6:30-8 p.m.
Hilton St. Louis Frontenac
1335 South Lindbergh

Stoke Screening

If you are over age 50, attend this event and be screened for high blood pressure, cholesterol (total cholesterol, HDL, LDL, triglycerides) and glucose. Learn your risk factors. Fasting required. Appointments limited. Please call 314-996-LIFE to register.

Saturday, June 4, 8-11 a.m.
Longview Farm House
13525 Clayton Road

Call 314-996-5433 to Register

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