Reader’s Recipes: Pineapple and Jalapeño St. Louis Style Pork Spareribs

With summer finally here, the grill is out, and we’re ready for some southern style eating. While there has long been love for Memphis and Texas style BBQ, St. Louis also has claim to a unique and delicious style. And thanks to a reader who originally from the Gateway to the West, we can share this incredible recipe with you! What makes St. Louis style ribs don’t refer to the...
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The Dangers of Sleep Apnea: When You’re Getting Shut Eye, You Could Be at Risk for Eye Disorders

Obstructive Sleep Apnea (OSA) is more than just a noisy nighttime annoyance. The most known symptom of the condition is loud snoring. But OSA also can narrow or close the airway in your throat, which momentarily will cut off breathing and lower blood oxygen levels. Over time, this can have deleterious effects. Aside from not getting a good night’s rest and feeling physical and mental...
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Under Pressure: Reducing High Blood Pressure Can Have Physical and Mental Health Benefits

You probably already know that high blood pressure (HBP) can have a major impact on your health. It’s already well proven that HBP can frequently be at the root of heart disease, stroke, and kidney failure. Now new research is showing that HBP in middle age can increase the risk of dementia. Hypertension in people as young as 36 is linked to poor brain health in later life. Get to...
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Looking Out For Your Vision: 3 Unusual Eye Conditions

There’s truth to the saying, “with age comes wisdom”. Unfortunately, age can also bring eye issues. After 50, being mindful of these changes increases with every year because early detection can help protect your vision and prevent vision loss. Here are 3 eye conditions to be aware of as you enter your 50s and beyond. Eye Conditions To Watch Out For 1. Low vision Low...
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