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Win the Aging Game with Collagen Therapy

Collagen Therapy

By Laura Megee, M.S. Aging is a fact of life and the fight against its effects on our skin is ongoing. Although many factors contribute to aging skin, the most common denominator in winning the aging game is the stimulation of collagen. So, what’s all the hype about collagen? Produced from cells called fibroblasts, collagen is the framework of our ... Read More »

ShelfGenie® Solutions May Be Tax Deductible

ShelfGenie® Solutions

By Alan C. Smith ShelfGenie’s concept is simple. We make life easier by addressing access, organization and storage capacity challenges in older adult’s kitchens, pantries and other spaces. We do so with highly trained designers that understand the pain and frustration of older adults who want to stay in their home.We makeit safer and more convenient to get items out ... Read More »

What Happens When Mom Needs Extra Care? How to find the right Alzheimer’s or dementia care for your senior parent.


She cared for you with patience and love, and you want to return her gift. But what happens if Mom requires a higher level of care? Where should you turn? Here are the most important questions to ask when weighing your options for memory care, courtesy of the senior health specialists at Tallgrass Creek retirement community in Overland Park. How ... Read More »

Bringing Health & Wellness to the Local Community

Bringing Health & Wellness to the Local Community

The Diagnostic Imaging Centers, P.A. Health & Wellmobile is a massive consumer health education and wellness screening program designed to promote healthier living among local community residents while providing an opportunity for consumers to receive basic health screenings and services where they work, live and play. Our goal is to promote overall health and wellness; to motivate consumers to be ... Read More »

How to Treat Your Hair Loss


Many individuals will experience alopecia or hair loss over their lifetime. The most important aspect to mitigating ongoing hair loss and restoring and rethickening hairs, entails properly recognizing the type of hair loss. The more common type of hair loss is androgenetic alopecia or Male/Female patterned balding. Without treatment, the hair loss can become permanent. This entity leads to progressive ... Read More »

Plantar Fasciitis and Heel Pain Treatment

Heal Pain

By Dr. Thomas F. Bembynista - The discomfort associated with plantar fasciitis and heel pain is normally located in the center of the arch extending to the heel. The pain can occur on either one or both feet and generally occurs with the first step in the morning or after sitting for a long period of time. Sometimes when x-rays ... Read More »

Creating Joyful Moments in the Beginning to Middle Stages of Alzheimer’s

Creating Joyful Moments in the Beginning to Middle Stages of Alzheimer’s

By Melissa Stivers, Director of Admissions In 1906, about 25 years after Women’s Christian Association of Kansas City, Missouri was founded and about 20 years before Armour Oaks Senior Living Community was built, a German doctor named Alois Alzheimer first noticed a patient with a disorder that presented with memory loss and other cognitive issues. After the patient’s death, the ... Read More »

Chronic Inflammation May be Connected to Lack of Sleep

By Larry Pribyl, DDS Recent studies suggest that our lack of adequate and quality sleep may be responsible for several unwanted symptoms in our lives. We all know lack of sleep can make us grouchy and forgetful. But did you know that long term sleep deprivation can increase levels of C-reactive protein—a marker of inflammation? Chronic inflammation can lead to ... Read More »

Helping Clients Win Social Security Disability Cases

Social Security Disability

It is a frustrating feeling to work hard your whole life to support yourself and your family only to suffer a debilitating injury or illness that cuts your career short. It’s even more frustrating when Social Security, the government safety-net that you have been contributing to for years, denies your claim to collect Social Security Disability benefits. At the Law ... Read More »

MidAmerica Rehabilitation Hospital Celebrates the Power of Rehabilitation During National Rehabilitation Week

MidAmerica Rehabilitation Hospital Celebrates the Power of Rehabilitation During National Rehabilitation Week

National Rehabilitation Week is observed September 20 – 26, 2015, and highlights the importance of rehabilitation, patient successes as well as the clinicians providing the care to get patients back to doing the things they love. During this week, MidAmerica Rehabilitation Hospital joins hospitals across the country to celebrate a “Passport to Independence,” focusing on rehabilitation medicine and the many ... Read More »

Prostate Cancer Networking Group Offers Valuable Support

Prostate Cancer Networking Group Offers Valuable Support

By Steve Hentzen Men who have, or have had, prostate cancer give valuable support to others through their involvement with the Prostate Cancer Networking Group. Just as men have received support from this group, they can in turn offer other patients and their families patience, strength, and endurance through their experiences with diagnosis, treatment and recovery. Early Detection is Key ... Read More »

Non-Surgical Root Canal Therapy Relieves Pain

Non-Surgical Root Canal Therapy

By Valencia Endodontic Associates - What is Endodontics? Endodontics, or Root Canal Therapy, is a branch of dentistry recognized by the American Dental Association involving treatment of the center of the tooth, the pulp, and surrounding tissues of the tooth. A root canal is one of the most common dental procedures performed to relieve the pain of toothaches caused by ... Read More »

Time Management Strategies

Time Management Strategies

By Rachel Lewis School has officially started and the work is probably piling up at an alarming rate! On top of that, sports are practicing and after school activities are starting to pick up their pace as well. Suddenly, it seems like all the free time of summer is a long distant memory, and you have too much to do ... Read More »


DO YOU KNOW SOMEONE WHO HAS CANCER? Cancer affects everyone…the young child with leukemia, a new bride with breast cancer, a father with colon cancer, a middle-aged, long-term smoker with lung cancer, or even the mother you love with endometrial cancer. In families all across the United States, cancer touches our lives, interrupts our intentions and takes many before we ... Read More »

Queen of Hearts 5K Walk/Run to Benefit

queen of heart

Saint Luke’s Muriel I. Kauffman Women’s Heart Center By Alexis Rewalt Miss Kansas United States 2013 Just because you’re not having a heart attack doesn’t mean that it won’t affect your life. We all have a relative, friend, mentor or other person near to us who has been touched by heart disease. I’m Alexis Rewalt and in my family there ... Read More »

Racquetball: For Age 4 to 84!


By Lucy DelSarto, Wellness Educator and Coach, TCOY (Take Care of You) Wellness Let me introduce you to a sport where my participants range in age from four to nearly eighty four – Racquetball! Indeed, I have coached all eight decades of life in this fun life-time sport. There are few sports where age, height and gender don’t play a ... Read More »

About Adult Stem Cell Therapy

Adult stem cells are found in most parts of the body, including the brain, bone marrow, muscle, skin, teeth and heart. The Midwest Stem Cell Therapy Center is researching the potential of stem cells isolated from several sources.

Adult (non-embryonic) stem cells, found in various tissues throughout our bodies, are relatively unspecialized cells that have the potential to develop into other cell types. They have two primary characteristics: • They are able to self-renew, which means they can go through numerous cycles of cell division while maintaining their undifferentiated state. • They are able to develop into more ... Read More »

Heading Off To College?

Heading Off To College

Practical health & wellness advice for the college student By Paula Lawrence, Mirabile M.D. Going away to college is a big transition for young adults. Suddenly you are fully responsible for your own schedule and choices. You no longer have Dad setting a curfew or Mom reminding you to eat your vegetables. While balancing your social life, studies, and your ... Read More »