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Taste of the Mediterranean Recipe

Pam’s Mediterranean Salad 4 green onions or a small bunch of chives2 cups grape tomatoes cut in 1/2 or quarters2 cucumbers diced2 avocados diced1 can of chickpeas1/3 cup parsley1/3 cup mintJuice of 2 or 3 if small lemons½ cup olive oilSalt Pepper Place the green onions, tomatoes, c…

Causes and Treatments of High Blood Pressure

High blood pressure is a dangerous health condition that leads to cardiovascular disease and many other illnesses. While the exact cause isn’t always known, there are many underlying factors that contribute to the development of high blood pressure. These lifestyle choices can make a positive di…

High Blood Pressure and Olive Leaf Extract

High blood pressure is a very accurate predictor of cardiovascular disease, the number one killer in America. Recently the medical community has reduced its recommendation for where blood pressure ratings should be maintained at but the average acceptable range is 140/90 mmHG. Yet, antiaging grou…

Summer is a great time in the Midwest!

In the Midwest summer is what we wait for all winter. We can’t wait to get outdoors and enjoy the sun, warm weather, swimming, biking, boating, hiking and of course outdoor grilling. The staff at Serenity Health Care Center wants to make sure you spend your summer months being safe but having as…

Improvements Needed in Medical Errors

In 2013, research by The Leapfrog Group showed that medical errors were considered the third leading cause of death in the United States. The 2015 report on Hospital Safety Scores shows that while hospitals have made significant safety improvements, there’s not much improvement in preventing err…

Leading Men’s Health Problems

Men’s health is important! Yet, it’s often said that men tend to take better care of their car than they do their health. What I believe this means is that many men tend to ignore “little” health symptoms more often than women. If it’s not too much of a problem, men just keep going. Some women d…

Dealing with High PSA (Prostate Specific Antigen) Levels

The PSA blood test is commonly used to check for signs of prostate cancer or other prostate problems. When a PSA level comes back high, the next step is usually recommended is a biopsy. But recent information suggests another possible option could be to repeat the PSA test a month or so later to …

Dr. Muth interviewed for US News & World Report

Dr. Muth interviewed for US News & World Report, “5 Ways to Mitigate the Financial Downside of a Disability” by Kimberly Palmer, May 13, 2015. Whether you were injured on the job or fell ill, you can reduce the money stress your family will face. Read Dr. Muth’s recommendations to protect…

Chiropractic Care for Chronic Pain

Chronic pain is a health issue for 100 million Americans, according to the National Institutes of Health (NIH). Two-thirds of these people suffer from moderate to severe pain that interferes with their daily lives. In addition leaving you feeling foggy and disconnected, pain medications often in…

Fibromyalgia and Chiropractic Care

Dr. Heather King DC and Sonja Hintz, RN, Serenity Health Care Center S.C. Are you suffering with fibromyalgia? According to NIH, National Institute of Arthritis and Musculoskeletal and Skin Diseases, “Fibromyalgia syndrome is a common and chronic disorder characterized by widespread pain, dif…