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Deer Creek Footcare

Warren R. Trampe, DPM Deer Creek Footcare has provided quality service to its patients for 20 years. Dr. Warren R. Trampe, DPM, can help patients with a variety of foot ailments, including ingrown nails, heel pain, fractures, sprains, deep root calluses and sports injuries. “Our goal is to ensure that all of our patients receive the highest level of quality care and treatment,” Dr. Trampe said. Dr. Trampe also can help patients with bunions, warts and hammertoes, as well as spurs and neuromas. In addition, he cares for diabetics and can provide outpatient surgery if necessary. “However, I always will ...

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Genovese Dental

Michael P. Genovese, DDS A St. Louis native, Dr. Michael Genovese served as a United States Marine and member of the Missouri National Guard. After his military service, Dr. Genovese became a medical laboratory technician and graduated from the University of Missouri- Kansas City School of Dentistry. He continues to stay abreast of the latest in dental education and technology. At Genovese Dental, Dr. Genovese and his staff provide everything from basic check-ups to advanced cosmetic dentistry. “We are dedicated to providing high quality care for our patients as we would our own family” is the practice’s motto. Services include ...

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Family Dental Services

Padmini Muddasani, DDS, MSD, “Dr. Mini” Family Dental Services in St. Peters is a general and multi-specialty group dental practice. Their motto is “dedicated to treating our patients as we wish to be treated,” which means each patient receives the highest level of caring service from everyone in the office. A team of nine dentists, 11 dental hygienists and 33 support staff members work together to provide comprehensive care for the patients. This team includes Dr. Mini, who has worked in private practice since 1997, and can provide patients of all ages advice on teeth-straightening, braces, aligners and more. The ...

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Kids’ visits to pediatricians declining

Children in the U.S. who have health insurance are seeing their pediatricians a lot less often than they did a decade ago, according to a new analysis. But both the reasons for this and whether it’s a good or a bad thing are less clear.

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Is your heart older than you are?

February is Heart Month, sponsored annually by the American Heart Association to raise awareness about cardiovascular disease – which remains the No. 1 killer of both men and women in this country.

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Eggs and cholesterol: newest studies may be biased

In recent years, a number of studies have claimed that eating eggs frequently does not raise levels of blood cholesterol as previously believed. But the newer claims could be the result of faulty and misleading research funded by the egg industry, according to researchers with the Physicians Committee for Responsible Medicine.

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