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NARCAN Training in Douglas County

The session is free and open to the public.  The Douglas County Opioid /Substance Abuse Taskforce is sponsoring a Narcan Training on Tuesday, Nov. 12,...

Local Doctor to Lead World Medical Association

MOUNTAIN GROVE, Mo. (Nov. 1, 2019) – What does a small-town Ozarks doctor know about health care that’s valuable to his colleagues around the...

New Report Shows Missouri’s Health Insurance Market Remains Challenging

A new report on the health insurance markets in Missouri was released today by the Missouri Department of Commerce and Insurance (DCI).  As in...

For Your Health: Please Pass the Turkey, Stuffing and Family Health History

By Dr. Graham A. Colditz, Siteman Cancer Center It’s that time of year. We’re moving quickly toward late autumn, with its falling leaves and longer...

New Treatment Reduces Need for After-Surgery Opioids

iovera° therapy stops knee pain cold SPRINGFIELD, Mo. (Oct. 16, 2019) – They hadn’t even hit age 55, but Bekki Turner and Keli McDonough were...

2B Healthy LLC Opens

Newborns in Need Sleepers In September Receives Amazing Donations, Community Support

The Southwest Missouri Chapter of Newborns in Need (NIN) appreciates everyone who donated sleepers for babies.  NIN received an amazing amount of donations.   “We...

EEOC Sues Kansas City Nursing Home for Paying Female Nurse Less Than Male Nurses

Edgewood Manor in Raytown, Mo. Violated Equal Pay Act, Federal Agency Charges ST. LOUIS – By paying a female nurse less than two male nurses...

Breast Cancer – A Family Story

By Mary Kay Davidson Thank God, I have never had cancer, but my mother and sister were both diagnosed with breast cancer.  I am writing...

Missouri Survivor Highlights Rehabilitation Focus of World Stroke Day

American Stroke Association highlights importance of rehabilitation after stroke. World Stroke Day was this week, on October 29, and the American Stroke Association wants stroke...
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Watch For Changing Traffic Patterns This Thanksgiving Holiday! 

Colonel Eric T. Olson, superintendent of the Missouri State Highway Patrol, reminds everyone to expect an increase in traffic over the Thanksgiving holiday. More...

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