Butternut Squash and Pear Bisque with Spiced Pumpkin Seeds

Soup is an excellent prep ahead meal to have on hand. Blended soups like this one are an excellent way to increase vegetable consumption.

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Apple Curry Quinoa Salad

With crisp Granny Smith apples and whole grain quinoa, this salad features a wealth of textures and flavors that will liven up your fall table.

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Are You Ready for Flu Season?

While seasonal influenza (flu) viruses are detected year-round in the United States, flu viruses are most common during the fall and winter. The exact timing and duration of flu seasons can vary, but influenza activity often begins to increase in October. Most of the time flu activity peaks between December and February, although activity can last as late as May.

With flu season approaching, make sure you understand what the flu is and how to avoid it.

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Flu Vaccinations

BJC HealthCare provides a limited number of free flu vaccines to the community. Visit BarnesJewish.org/Patients-Visitors/Flu-Shot-Clinic for locations and dates. For added convenience, our community wellness partner Dierbergs Markets offers walk-in vaccinations at 22 locations around St. Louis. Dierbergs accepts all major insurance providers; and the flu shot is available free through Medicare, Tricare, Cigna and United Healthcare. Please visit Dierbergs.com for more information.

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Dietary Supplements

Learn about vitamins A-Z. Specifically, indications, administration, interactions, and benefits and risks. Go home knowing what is recommended and not recommended. Take the mystery out of supplementations.

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Palliative Care: Helping Patients Live Their Best Lives

Lynn’s husband Steve was diabetic and diagnosed with end stage renal disease 11 years ago. Without warning, Steve’s condition turned critical three years ago. Desperate for guidance and strength, Lynn was connected to April and the Palliative Care team at Missouri Baptist Medical Center.

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Improving Quality of Life through Hip Surgery

William Decker didn’t let a hip surgery slow him down for long. As an active 73-year-old golfer and grandfather, Decker was relieved to learn he could have hip surgery using the newer anterior approach. Dr. Christopher Mudd at MoBap is one of the limited number of orthopedic surgeons trained to perform this procedure. To learn more, click here.

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The Role of Rehab: Improving the Joint Replacement Patient’s Level of Function

If you’ve suffered from the discomfort and pain associated with bad knees or unstable hips, joint replacement surgery may be an option.

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On the Other Side of Knee Pain

Despite a range of health obstacles, 57-year-old Claire C. of Creve Coeur, Mo refuses to let anything limit of define her. “I’m not going to let anything stop me from doing the things I enjoy – and that includes my knees.”

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Ready to Move Forward: Nina's Story

Remember all the things that you used to do so easily, until your hip or knee started slowing you down? Now imagine doing those things again, with all the confidence in the world.

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Knee Surgery: Knowing What is Next

Why have knee replacement surgery?

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Hip Surgery: Support and Healing

What is hip replacement surgery?

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Joint Replacement Center

Why choose Missouri Baptist?

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