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Gavin's parents were in shock when they learned that their 20-month-old son had a stroke. The reality is that their story is more common than most people think.
When Tina Sullivan of Hillsboro began having discomfort in her shoulder, a friend suggested she see a physical therapist.
Evan Nelson has not always been a fan of vegetables but after attending the Family LEAP Program, Evan will tell you that his favorite veggie is broccoli
Lois understands the importance of working to improve heart health: On Dec. 12, 2016, she underwent cardiac surgery to repair her mitral valve.
Popcorn has been part of Laverne Pientok's life for decades. His favorite treat even helped him recover after he was hospitalized.
Anne Britt was 28 when she received a diagnosis uncommon for her age: Type 1 diabetes. With the help of specialists, Anne and her husband, Tobin, quickly learned about nutrition for type 1 diabetes.
On the afternoon of Sunday, April 9, Eugene "Butch" Halama, Jr. and his family were moving furniture when Butch felt pain like a bowling ball hit his chest.
Local cancer care offers convenience and comfort. "I went to see the doctor in the fall of 2016 for a spot on my lung, which didn't turn out to be anything," Betty says. "But after some tests, they came back and told me I had colon cancer."
One of the unexpected perks of small-town living, say the Tuszynski's, has been receiving healthcare at the Gundersen Viroqua Clinic.
"Stepping on the scale every morning is likely not going to help you lose weight," reports Gundersen registered dietitian Rebecca Stetzer.
A primary care provider is a partner in your long-term health, gets to know you, your medical history and health goals and will help manage your overall health.
If you're overwhelmed by these statistics, at least know this: diabetes is a growing problem that impacts everyone.
Positive patient, community impact a priority for Gundersen St. Joseph's CEO
"It's my responsibility to make sure the ripples we make as an organization have a positive impact on patients, on our staff and on the communities we serve."
Residents in and around Sparta are receiving more healthcare services close to home with the opening of the new Gundersen Sparta Clinic.
The Change Reaction Program is now available to the public, combining education about exercise, nutrition & stress reduction for individuals wanting to improve their overall health.
Gundersen Tri-County CEO excited to serve the area she calls home.
Gundersen Tri-County Hospital and Clinics is celebrating its 100th anniversary.
A team works together to empower diabetes patients by giving them the right tools for self-care.
What do breast surgery, cholecystectomy, colonoscopy and C-sections have in common? They are all surgical procedures performed by our surgeons in Prairie du Chien.
Gundersen Health System orthopedic outreach in Boscobel is helping patients regain their independence.
An innovative procedure at Gundersen Health System is expanding treatment options for sufferers of chronic heartburn and indigestion.
Get to know more about pelvic floor physical therapy.
Learn how to save some money and improve flavor by making these foods at home instead of buying them from the store.
You can't see it. You can't smell it. But radon might be a risk for you and your family. Radon is naturally occurring, and some areas, including the Tri-state Region, have higher concentrations of radon than others.
Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) says exposure to radon, found underground through cracks and gaps in your foundation, is the second-leading cause of lung cancer after smoking.
The Environmental Protection Agency says radon is to blame for more than 20,000 lung cancer deaths in the United States each year. Visit cdc.gov/radon to learn more about radon, including how to detect it in your home and what you can do to limit your exposure.
The average person should drink about eight cups of fluids per day. Gundersen Health System experts recommend at least half (or more) of daily fluid consumption come in the form of plain water.
Every day, Gundersen Health System staff deliver great medicine plus a little something extra—we call it Love + Medicine.
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