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Caregiver self-care

To provide care, practice self-care first

Caregiving for a parent, spouse or loved one is rewarding and fulfilling. It’s also challenging and stressful. You may find yourself physically and mentally exhausted, teetering on the edge of
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Primary care providers: Your questions answered

There are many reasons you may be looking for a primary care provider (PCP). Perhaps, your insurance changed, your longtime doctor retired, or you've added a new member to your
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Classes & Resources

Programs offer support for those looking at quitting tobacco. For more information contact the Office of Population Health, (608) 775-5442 , or (800) 362-9567, ext. 55442 or email [email protected]
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Tobacco is changing

Cigarette use may be dropping among young users, but other tobacco products are increasing in popularity and are just as dangerous. New items on the market come in a variety
why losing a few pounds can make a big difference on your joints

Why losing a few pounds can make a big difference on your joints

The key to limiting knee and hip pain – other than having a joint replacement? Two words, according to Tom Dudley, MD, Ph.D., orthopedic surgeon. Weight loss. And he's not
How to raise an intuitive eater

How to raise an intuitive eater

By Rebecca Stetzer, RD , Gundersen Nutrition Therapy Find Healthy Recipes Back to school preparations are underway! While you're checking off items on school supplies lists and shopping for clothes
Mediterranean turkey burger recipe

Mediterranean turkey burger recipe

Makes 4 servings. Ingredients 1 lb. lean ground turkey ¼ cup Italian seasoned breadcrumbs 4 oz. crumbled feta cheese 1 ½ cups spinach, chopped finely 1 tsp. minced garlic Preparation
Young boy with glasses is sleeping on his notebook at his desk. In front of him is a cup of pencils, a stack of notecards, and a clock. In the background you can faintly make out a bookshelf full of books.

8 back-to-school sleep strategies

8 back-to-school sleep strategies The lazy days of summer are dwindling, and a new school year will soon be upon us. One of the best ways to set your children
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6 tips for a healthy new year

In our fast-paced world, it's easy to overlook the task of self-care. As the new year begins, make a resolution to take time to fuel yourself as you bustle through
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8 ways to manage migraines and headaches

Making changes to your lifestyle is often the best way to prevent chronic headaches and migraines, according to Gundersen Health System headache and migraine specialists. Changes to make Exercising regularly
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Ergonomics while working from home

While working from home has its benefits, it can also bring many challenges. A common challenge is proper ergonomics. Ergonomics refers to properly fitting equipment design (think desk chair and
3 cups of latte

Three tasty lattes you can make at home

by Hannah Robaczewski, RDN, CD, Registered Dietitian, Gundersen St. Joseph's Hospital and Clinics You don't have to go to your local coffeehouse for your favorite caffeine-based cup of happiness. Try
Summer footwear

Tips to pick the right summer shoes

Did you know there are 26 bones, 33 joints and more than 100 muscles and tendons in the human foot? All the more reason to take care of your feet
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6 easy tips to drink more water daily

Are you struggling to stay hydrated? Water is an essential component of your body and is vital to your health. Dehydration can lead to zapped energy levels, brain fog, increased
everything bagel egg bake recipe

Everything bagel egg bake recipe

Makes 8 servings Ingredients Four everything bagels, cubed 10 large eggs 2 cups 1% milk ½ cup shredded cheddar cheese Four slices low-sodium bacon, diced Preparation Preheat oven to 375
Why it's important to stay hydrated

Why it's important to stay hydrated

By Rachel Johnson, CD, MS, RD , Gundersen Nutrition Therapy Find Healthy Recipes When the weather gets warm and activities move outdoors, drinking the right amount of fluid is important
Mary Tentis - St. Elizabeth's

COPD can’t slow her down – and now, a new respiratory therapy tool has her breathing easier

It started about ten years ago. Mary Tentis thought she had bronchitis. But when her cough didn't go away, she sought advice from her doctor. "That's when I learned I
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Simple ways to protect your family from mosquitoes

Summer in the Midwest means warmer weather, longer days and the arrival of a particularly pesky insect that loves to bite: mosquitoes. When mosquitoes pierce your skin, they inject varied
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How to fade dark age spots and other blemishes

Dark spots on the face and body may be common, especially as you get older, but that doesn't make them any less bothersome for some people. The most prevalent types

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