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  • Healthy eating for the big game

    Everyone wants to enjoy spending time with friends while watching the "big game." It may take a little effort to keep healthy eating on track, but it is well worth it.

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  • Are you sitting too much?

    You've likely heard the line "sitting is the new smoking." Many modern conveniences make it easy for us to sit the majority of our day, which in turn could be doing a disservice to our health.

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  • Eat all the red meat you want!

    Now, we know what you're thinking: "I thought researchers said we shouldn't be eating red or processed meat?" When it comes to nutrition-related research, it's common to get headline whiplash. Rebecca Cripe, CD, RD, shares the latest research.

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Cheap exercise for your home workout MOVE

Cheap exercise equipment for your home workout

Winter days can be dark, cold and short, but that doesn't mean you need to forego your exercise routine. You can get a great total body workout in, in the comfort of your own home! Exercising at home can be simple and inexpensive.

Can staring at a screen parch your peepers? BE WELL

Can staring at a screen parch your peepers?

Sending emails. Checking social media. Binging TV shows. Video chatting with friends. We spend more time in front of screens than ever before—as much as seven and a half hours per day on average, according to some studies.

5 things to consider before making a change LIVE HAPPY

5 things to consider before making a change

Why is changing our behaviors so difficult? So often when I am working with people they tell me that they know what they need to do, but they just don't do it. So why isn't knowing we need to change enough for us to actually do it?

Understanding the stages of cancer BE WELL

Understanding the stages of cancer

Staging is the process of finding out how much cancer is in a person's body and where it's located. It's how doctors, including your cancer team at Gundersen, determine the stage of a person's cancer.

Embracing winter

Whether you enjoy winter or dread every bit of it, it will be here for as long as Mother Nature decides. Rather than run from the season, why not learn to embrace it?

Adverse childhood experiences-(ACEs) NEWS

Adverse childhood experiences-(ACEs)

As a healthcare organization committed to Enriching Every Life, we have a responsibility to understand and address the impact of adverse childhood experiences within the context of patient experience and care across the lifespan. That's why Gundersen Health System has identified ACEs and trauma informed care (TIC) as a Population Health strategic priority in 2019.

Chicken and corn chowder recipe

This chicken and corn chowder recipe is not only easy to make but the perfect dish for a cold winter day. Did we mention it also has bacon?.View full recipe

Easy oven-baked chicken breast recipe

Need an easy dinner? This chicken recipe couldn't be more simple and flavorful for any weeknight dinner. View full recipe.

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