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A Plan for Mid-Missouri

John D. Miles, MD, a surgeon with Columbia Orthopaedic Group, knew there had to be a better way to provide and pay for health care than traditional insurance plans. He wasn’t alone; Dr. Miles and other physicians from Boone Hospital Center’s medical staff joined forces to offer mid-Missouri employers a new option.

Riding A Horsie Into Surgery

Boone anesthesiologist calms a young surgery patient and her family.

Ambassadors of Goodwill

Tomorrow’s health care professionals have opportunities to help Boone Hospital’s patients today.

Crispy Roasted Potatoes

Dietitian Kelsie Knerr shares her crispy roasted potato recipe! 

Hidden Scar Strong

Linda Strong underwent hidden scar breast surgery to remove her breast cancer.

Healthy Veggie Scramble

Dietitian Kelsie Knerr shares her healthy veggie scramble recipe! 

Low-Sodium Beef Veggie Soup

Dietitian Kelsie Knerr shares her low-sodium beef veggie soup! 

International Infection Prevention Week is October 14-20

This year, International Infection Prevention Week is raising awareness about the important role we all play in preventing the spread of infection and promoting patient safety

Cauli Breaksfast Oats

Cauliflower in your oatmeal? This may sound odd, but it's worth trying! I personally love cauliflower – especially roasted – but typically not riced cauliflower. If I'm having cauliflower rice stir-fry, I can totally tell I am not eating normal rice. But with this oatmeal and egg combination, the texture is so similar to typical oatmeal that it doesn’t faze me, especially after I add all of my flavorful toppings. That being said, it is important to get the texture right: the finer the riced cauliflower, the better it pretends to be oatmeal. If you're using a food processor, blend it very thoroughly. And when microwaving, make sure the cauliflower rice is cooked until very soft.

Popeye Blender Pancakes

This recipe isn’t your typical one-dimensional breakfast, a lot of the go-to breakfasts Americans tend to choose end up being carbs drizzled with carbs. These pancakes not only get you the fiber-rich carbohydrates from oatmeal but also dates, spinach, eggs and milk which help you get each of the MyPlate food groups. Having a variety of carbohydrates, protein, and fat helps you have long lasting fuel for your morning and the different food groups give you a nutrient-dense start to your day.


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