This fall, the Twilight Tuesdays Concert Series at the Missouri History Museum will entertain audiences in Forest Park. This free, family-friendly music series will take place every Tuesday evening in September from 6-8 p.m. on the Museum’s north lawn.
It's no secret that women have a direct impact on the health of their families and our community. The St. Luke's Hospital Healthy Woman Award strives to recognize and celebrate women who not only take steps to improve their own health, but also inspire better health in our community.
Some people believe they need less sleep than the average person. While this may earn you bragging rights, it’s not good for your health. Sleep is not just the absence of being awake; it’s an active process that promotes good cognitive and physical health. While you’re sleeping, your body is doing important work, such as forming pathways in your brain that help you learn and create memories and removing toxins that accumulate while you’re awake. Sleep also helps your body support your immune system, repair cells and tissues and maintain a healthy balance of hormones.