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The Mayo Clinic Family Medicine Residency Program in Eau Claire and La Crosse ranked high on Doximity's 2022 Residency Navigator.
The Family Medicine Residency Program has been ranked the No. 1 program in the Midwest and Wisconsin, and No. 6 in the U.S.
Did your mom warn you that going outside with wet hair will make you sick? Sorry, mom, but it's time for a fact check.
Sending children to college or into the real world often is a proud time for parents. But there also can be sadness, especially when it's the last child to leave home. Get tips for enjoying the transition.
The backpack is as much as a part of school life as homework and recess. Get tips for picking out your child's backpack, and how to wear it to avoid neck and back problems.
Move one item to the top of your teen’s back-to-school list: health checkup. The visit will assess physical and mental health, and lay the base for teens taking charge of their own health care.
Did you know headaches generally are classified into two main types? Learn if the pain in your head is a primary or secondary headache and what you can do to prevent them.
You may feel the burn after spending too much time in the sun without sunscreen. There's no fast fix to soothe a sunburn, but you can follow these six tips to ease your discomfort.
The rate of syphilis infection is increasing across the nation. Learn more about syphilis and how you can reduce your risk of getting or spreading the infection.
Vegetable gardens are gaining popularity. Digging in the dirt and growing your own food can improve your physical and mental health. Get the scoop and gather tips before starting a garden.
Men aren't as likely as women to have preventive screenings and regular exams. Discover why avoidance can lead to a treatable situation turning deadly.
The teen years are challenging, but for LGBTQ youth, statistics for mental health issues and suicide risk are alarming. Supporting LGBTQ youth who are struggling starts with lending a listening ear.
People who identify as LGBTQ+ face specific health concerns. Find out how to ease fear of seeking care and find a trustworthy, affirming health care team.
LGBTQ people may not want to share their sexual identity or orientation with a health care professional if they've experienced stigma in the past. Find out why it’s important to share.