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Gundersen Health System is able to keep all first-dose vaccine appointments this week at our La Crosse and Onalaska locations.
Beans make a filling addition to any meal or snack. Here are 5 reasons why beans are the best.
Low COVID-19 vaccine supply will force Gundersen to cancel 780 first dose vaccine appointments for its patients between Feb. 18-23 in La Crosse and Onalaska.
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.
When can children safely resume activity after COVID-19? Christen Chamberland, MD, pediatric cardiology specialist. explains.
We have the answers to questions you may have on COIVD-19 testing.
Is it safe to receive the COVID-19 vaccine while pregnant? Gundersen obstetrician/gynecologist and mother-to-be, Megan Heinlein, MD, did her research and gives her expert advice on the popular concern.
For some people a racing heart, especially when it happens unexpectedly, may be the result of something more alarming…a heart arrhythmia.
What is fiber? Ellen Compton, RD, discusses the two types of fiber and how much fiber you need in your diet.
Due to these lower-than-expected vaccine doses received, we are cancelling all first dose vaccine appointments between Feb. 11-Feb. 16 at our La Crosse and Onalaska locations.
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