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When it came time for LaTisha (Tish) Smith of Belleville, Ill., to tell her family that she was having surgery, the hardest conversation was with her 9-year-old son, Lee. Both he and his sister, Leah, age 6, had lost their dad and Tish’s husband just two years earlier.
Like many women today, Claire Budd, 48, leads a pretty busy
life. Between raising her two kids and working a full-time job,
she has little time for herself, let alone her personal health and
When heart problems threatened to make her miss her granddaughter's wedding, Clara Freeman turned to the cardiac and rehab specialists at Missouri Baptist Medical Center to "get her to the beach on time."
Despite being 43, lean, a veteran competitor in triathlons and marathons, and eating a healthy diet, Darren Sullivan found himself facing giving up competition due to heart problems. Read more about his surgeon and cardiologist are helping him get back into condition.
Missouri Baptist Medical Center is the first heart center in the region, and one of the first in the nation, to perform a percutaneous implantation (a needle puncture of the skin, rather than an “open” approach) of a newly approved valve to fix a heart valve that was surgically implanted 13 years ago. This new valve allowed the surgeon and cardiologist to treat the patient with a transcatheter valve-in-valve replacement, instead of performing open-heart surgery.
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Whip up this delicious and nutritious treat on a warm afternoon. It's so good they won't even know it's not ice cream.
Celebrate Independence Day with these refreshing stuffed strawberries.
These decadent truffles are made with a just a handful of ingredients, including dark chocolate, vanilla and … creamy avocado! Avocados are rich in healthy plant-based fats and replace the traditional butter in this recipe.
Packed with protein and fiber, these easy snacks give you the energy boost you need to finish the day strong.