We live our lives just like this: Like the way we sleep on the floor altogether and it seems like we’ve done this forever, Like the way we clean every week and we don’t get to relax even if we are tired if we don’t clean every week, Like the way we use the toilet […]Read More Our lives
Last fall, we stumbled upon the The Kirkwood Historical Society at Mudd’s Grove, a 150 year-old house located in the heart of Kirkwood. They have an all-volunteer not-for-profit organization that preserves and promotes Kirkwood’s long and storied history. It is one of the many historical homes in and around St. Louis. We were just in […]Read More The Green Period.
Growing your own food is one of the most healthy activities you can do. Not only is a great way to get fresh organic fruits and vegetables, but it is also a great way to exercise and some fresh air. Many Americans here in Missouri can remember their parents or grandparents having a small vegetable […]Read More Grow Your Own Greens
Before you lose interest and go to the Internet to look up what is bhang, I’ll cut to the chase and tell you. Bhang is an intoxicating drink made of the leaves and flowers of the cannabis plant, which is infused in whole milk. Bhang is also known as the ”nectar of the Gods”. Bhang’s […]Read More Sipping Bhang, Waiting for the Spring Equinox
I’m honored to have such wonderful patients and be able to serve my community . Thank you all that have provided me with feedback! Below are just a few examples of what patients have said about seeing me. “I have been so impressed by the support and quick response time by Dr. Strong. I went […]Read More Feedback
I missed that winter wood, So I walked. What I found in solitude– Those trickles, tinkles, pebbles, piñons. Pining for a sentiment of despair. The winter wood has a hold. Lull. Interlude. Pause. The light at the end of the dark. I have felt this despair– A seasonal death. A fluctuating intermission. I stepped […]Read More Tunnel
There have been previous studies that have suggested that immaturity may contribute to some behaviors that were attributed to attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD). There was a recent study that supports that claim. Specifically, there was an insurance database study of >407,000 children that highlight the need for a practitioner considering the patients maturity level […]Read More Immaturity and ADHD
A patient of mine this weekend was worried about paying for her visit to see me because her husband is not being paid due to the government shutdown. I told her not to worry because I would help her for free. Inspired by her predicament I have decided to extend this offer to the whole […]Read More Half Off: Reduced Health Care Costs for People Directly Affected by Government Shutdown