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Tips for packing healthy school lunches

When students head back to school parents will be back to packing lunches. It’s easy for parents to give in to their children’s lunch requests or pack whatever is easiest to get out the door quickly, but with a little extra thought at the grocery store and a little effort, parents can prepare healthier lunches for their children and themselves. 109 more words

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Summer Slugishness

Sorry! I’ve been neglecting you! I really am sorry, I just haven’t felt like blogging for a minute. Not for lack of fun stuff happening, but maybe from too much fun and an intense desire to read 100 books in my few months off. 208 more words


Happy to help: student volunteers lend a hand

Scott Kremmel is the kind of person who likes to stay busy. So when he’s not working as a lifeguard at his neighborhood pool or delivering pizzas for a local restaurant, you’ll find him volunteering his time in… 195 more words

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Mall Walkers "Ask the Doctor"

Andrea Otto, M.D., and the staff from St. Anthony’s Medical Center enjoyed meeting the early morning mall walkers at South County Center on Aug. 1, answering their health questions and providing free blood pressure screenings at our “Ask the Doctor” event. 45 more words

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Sharing our passion for helmet safety

Trained staff members from St. Anthony’s Emergency Department offered free bicycle helmet fittings for adults and children, as well as child safety information
Saturday, July 26, at the South County Center. 42 more words

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Police Seek Suspect in South County Bank Robbery

ST. LOUIS (KMOX) - Police are looking for a man who held up a US Bank location inside a South County grocery store Wednesday.

Around 3:20 p.m., a white male wearing a gray long-sleeved T-shirt and a white baseball hat walked into the store and handed the teller a note announcing a robbery. 127 more words


Heart Failure Clinic: Concentrated Care

According to U.S. medical registries, only one in four patients with heart failure receives all of the evidence-based-guideline-recommended treatments. Most receive only one or two of the recommended treatments. 100 more words

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