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You might be nervous about having joint replacement surgery, but new techniques have made recovery easier and less painful. Most importantly, it can be life-changing if you've been living with chronic pain. Get the details about these common, safe procedures.
Working out can increase your health and fitness, but getting to the gym can be difficult. Start your home gym with these five inexpensive pieces of gear.
Brrr. Cold winter weather is upon us. Curl up with something warm and healthy this winter: cream of wild rice soup.
It's the season for influenza. The good news is most people can treat themselves at home. Learn what to do to self-manage the flu.
Learn how to strengthen your core — abdominal, pelvic, diaphragm and back muscles — to help prevent back pain.
If achy joints have you feeling like the Tin Man, don't just chalk it up to getting older. Those aches and pains could signal something more serious, but treatable. No oil required.
Searching for reliable information about taking supplements during pregnancy can be confusing. Read this Q&A for advice on those you should and shouldn't take.
Would you like to build resiliency skills with the children in your life? This program, designed to help build skills in a number of areas, is appropriate for all children, especially for those who have experienced adverse childhood experiences (ACEs).
Even Santa Claus can use a little help. After two years of problems, Santa aka Ben Nolt got answers and healing from his expert neurosurgery team. Now, Santa is back in action and bringing joy to thousands of children this holiday season.
How a person feels mentally and emotionally can make or break their course of physical therapy. For Carl Hohman, the bond formed with his rehabilitation team helps keep his spirits high. Learn how a positive attitude can help you.
Christina Anderson and her fiancé, Brandon Jensen, were on their way to happily ever after when a CT scan revealed a tumor on Christina's brainstem.
Mary Klimp remembers the exact moment her life changed. It was when she received a call with the news that she had breast cancer. Then she made a surprising discovery.
Janice Breien was anxious to get answers about her regular seizures. Enter her care team — ready to listen and provide solutions. With seizures under control, her zest for life has returned.
Kathy Schmidt is trying new adventures and, most importantly, participating in life again after bariatric surgery. Read about her new outlook on life.
A new lease on life doesn’t always demand the impossible. Sometimes it just requires a set of simple decisions combined with a dose of consistency. Mark Clausen gets a new lease on life after his heart surgery and some dedication in cardiac rehab.
Carol Adams is only half joking when she says she’s had worse root canals than the treatment she underwent recently to kill a cancerous mass on her kidney.
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An agreement made between healthcare providers and insurance companies is making it easier to receive addiction treatment. In Wisconsin, medication-assisted treatments for substance abuse will no longer require prior authorization from insurance companies. http://bit.ly/2U30YPU
With OB-GYN shortages on the horizon, midwives could play increasingly important roles at hospitals and clinics in the Mankato area. http://bit.ly/2RwUVS0 Story from The Free Press of Mankato MN
Technology advances will mean area residents should spend less time at clinics and hospitals in the future. http://bit.ly/2uAY3TF Story from the Leader-Telegram
Kathy Haag lost both her husband and grandson to illnesses months apart, with both spending their final days in hospice. The care they and their family received, she said, won’t soon be forgotten. She made sure of it Friday by delivering $5,738 in donations to Mayo Clinic Health System’s hospice program. http://bit.ly/38ET8ja
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Staying heart-healthy can be a challenge, especially when your good intentions bump into your real life. Join Mayo Clinic Health System for a month-long virtual challenge Feb. 1–29 to take action and improve your personal heart health. You will receive weekly emails with activities to do, recipes to try and information to read to guide you on a heart-healthy journey. http://bit.ly/37qcatt
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Dr. Alecia Gende, a sports medicine and emergency medicine physician at Mayo Clinic Health System in Onalaska, is traveling to Austria to care for the seven members of the U.S. Women’s Ski Jumping Team at the 2019-20 FIS Ski Jumping World Cup. http://bit.ly/36nGC6q Story from the La Crosse Tribune