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  • Putting Yourself First

    If you desire to be balanced and feel better, Advanced Hormone Therapy & Aesthetics (AHTA) is ready to guide you to a new you. Story by Ann Butenas Because your body is your most priceless possession, you owe it to yourself to take care of it. While you may not be able to put your body back to the age ...
  • Transform Your Finances

    For a true concierge service in Private Banking, Physician Loan Services, and Wealth Management, Arvest offers a thoughtful and integrated approach to all of your banking needs Story by Ann Butenas left to right… Matt Dobbins – NMLS #1449160,  Lori Funk – NMLS #720438, Dakota McKinsey – NMLS #1978694, Jessica Freeman – NMLS #1166955, Kenton McNeill – NMLS #1220820 and ...
  • Is It Flu or COVID-19?

    While there are many similarities between these two viruses, there are also some notable differences.   Story by Ann Butenas As late Fall and Winter begin to roll in, you may be a bit anxious about not only the current global pandemic of COVID-19 and its variants, but also apprehensive about how the upcoming influenza season may impact your health. It’s ...
  • Lung Cancer Awareness Month

    Story by Cheri Woodsmall When Julia started feeling worn down and tired after working in her garden for a couple of hours, she knew that there was something amiss. She was an athletic 52-year-old that took pride in her health and made a conscious effort to eat well, avoid smoking, and only drink alcohol on special occasions. It was when ...
  • Prostate Cancer

    Let’s Give It the Attention It Deserves Story by Jeanie Edgmon This is not a comprehensive overview of prostate cancer. It is just a glint of reflection of a massive issue to which we could in no way do justice in one brief article. However, we would like it to serve as a call to action for each one of ...
  • Do’s & Don’ts For Anti-Inflammatory Diets

    Story by Annie Eller, RD LD   |   contact@annieellerrd.com What is inflammation? Generally speaking, inflammation occurs when the body’s tissues are irritated or injured in some way. Inflammation can be acute (over the course of days or weeks) or chronic (for months or lifelong). Acute inflammation can be protective and will help heal the body from disease or illness, whereas chronic ...
  • Care to Honor A Lifetime

    “Even though it’s a sad experience, it’s always been an experience of honor and respect.” Story by Sarah Ruttle When Lois showed the first signs of early Parkinson’s Disease, their son Danny and his siblings agreed they wanted to help their parents stay in their home as long as they could. He shares that some days were very difficult and ...
  • Alzheimer’s Awareness Month

    Story by Cheri Woodsmall Bob and Loretta met many years ago while Bob was in Kansas City visiting relatives. “Bob was funny, smart and so handsome he knocked me off my feet,” says Loretta. After raising four children and building a very fulfilling life together, Loretta noticed small changes in Bob’s behavior a few years ago and became concerned. Bob ...
  • Well, I’ll Bee

      This sweet and delicious substance not only adds great flavor to a big, fluffy biscuit and decadent desserts, it is packed with nutrients that are good for your body inside and out. September marks National Honey Month – here’s why we’re celebrating nature’s, original sweetener. WHY HONEY IS A FAVORITE                    ...
  • Raise Awareness and Understanding in Bladder Health

    Story by Jeanie Edgmon Among the many health observances in November, it is easy for Bladder Health Month to get lost in the shuffle. Maybe it is because bladder conditions such as accidentally leaking urine (urinary incontinence), needing to go eight or more times per day (urinary frequency), getting up to go at night (nocturia), or having a very strong ...

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