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  • MISH Hospital and Clinics Cancer and Blood Center

    “Serving Health and Care You Deserve” This community-based, privately-owned hematology and oncology practice is recognized as one of the leading treatment centers in the metro area offering a full range of services, fully dedicated to treating numerous cancer and blood-related diseases while simultaneously putting the patient’s concerns at the top of the charts through its highly personalized and intimate environment. ...
  • Mid-America Gastro-Intestinal Consultants

    Ensuring Patient Care is Always Priority #1 When it comes to overall digestive health, patients are in good hands with these top-notch digestive health specialists, whose primary emphasis is on health promotion and disease prevention. Struggling with a chronic illness or disease is a challenge no one wants to bear. Both physically and emotionally exhausting, it can certainly take its ...
  • Radiofrequency Ablation

    A Potential Answer for Chronic Low Back Pain, Knee Pain and Even Certain Types of Headaches  Through the use of radio waves, a small insulated needle is heated up and used to burn the nerves responsible for the pain, and the end resulting is certainly making waves. It’s no secret that many people live with chronic pain on a daily ...
  • Eye Health: A Lifelong Endeavor

    Millions of Americans do not give their sight a second thought until they start to develop vision problems well beyond prevention, and sometimes beyond correction. However, with proper vigilance our eye sight can and will serve us well throughout our lifetime. Today, two in three, or 64% of American adults, report having at least one or more serious vision problems ...
  • The Lyric Opera Ball

    Proving the Arts Can Transform, Educate and Inspire a Community The Lyric Opera Circle has the perfect prescription to maintain the cultural health of the community, and this year that remedy is befitting a queen. In a sense, it is easy to imagine the arts as a contributing mechanism to the overall health of a community. For Kansas City, keeping ...
  • Healthy Marketing

    How Healthy is Your Social Media & Content Marketing Strategy? Creating a healthy strategy around social media can be challenging, not just for publishers like Healthy Kansas City magazine, but for businesses across a wide spectrum. While it’s easy to link a sale to revenue, it’s difficult to tie a “retweet” or “like” to the bottom line. Social media interactions ...
  • Changing Seasons

    Allergy and Sinus Relief this Spring When the cold and flu season is over, it’s time to welcome allergy season! Fortunately, there is relief in sight. With spring almost in the air, most people think about returning to the great outdoors, going for walks, having picnics and soaking up the sun and while embracing the fresh air. For countless individuals, ...
  • Gone Golfing’

    Improving Your Health in 18 Holes (Or Less!) More than just a social activity, the game of golf can do wonders for your body and your mind. Famous writer Mark Twain once reportedly observed, “Golf is a good walk spoiled.” Well, he was correct in that golf is a good walk, but I guess the spoiled part depends upon one’s ...
  • Healthy Breakfast with the Kiddos

    There are two eternal truths about breakfast with kids: Breakfast is the most important meal of the day; and morning mayhem inevitably disrupts the process, stealing kids away from a healthy meal. As parents, we want our children to eat a healthy and well balanced morning meal, but making that happen each morning can be more challenging than climbing Mount ...
  • 6 Principles For Living Financially Smart

    Financial success does not happen overnight and it does not happen by chance. Even doctors who are considered high income earners can falter without a plan. Financial success most often results from making smart decisions over a period of time and sometimes the most basic financial principles are the ones that guide you toward that success. 1.  Write Things Down ...

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