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Flotsam, Jetsam and Ferguson

Well, that didn’t go all that well. I’m speaking of last night’s events in Ferguson. For weeks now, every elected official from Governor Jay Nixon (D) on down has been proclaiming to the public that come the grand jury announcement, law enforcement would be ready to deal with any violent unrest. 445 more words

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My Morning In Ferguson

What was supposed to be lunch with a friend ending up being something more. 251 more words

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Gout

What Is Gout?

Gout is a disorder that results from the build-up of uric acid in the tissues or a joint. It most often affects the joint of the big toe. 609 more words

Podiatry

Gobble, Gobble: Holiday Meals Can Trigger Gout Attacks.

Once regarded as “the disease of kings” — including historic gluttons such as Charlemagne and King Henry VIII — gout has become a disease of the people. 198 more words

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Hope for Ferguson

By Mary Baker-Boudissa

St. Louis, Missouri, is a big city. In many respects, though, it feels like a small city. Its residents are closely connected, even across the many municipalities that makeup the St. 883 more words

All Church Of God

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Saint Louis is one of those major characters from the French legend that are still extremely popular. The success of Jacques Le Goff’s book, even 15 years after its release, is evidence of that popularity. 399 more words

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Here We Go ...

As I write, Saint Louis is awaiting the grand jury’s decision in the Michael Brown case. As this decision has approached the city has succumbed to a mounting sense of fear and foreboding. 294 more words

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