Video blog: Stability ball exercises

Stability (or Swiss, physio or balance) balls are a great way to challenge your muscles.  Performing exercises on the ball rather than on a table can improve your balance, coordination, and strength of stabilizing muscles.  Movement patterns done with or on the ball are great for building core strength and improving proprioception.  Proprioception is how [...]

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Video Blog: Why do I need church?

Some people enjoy attending church every week.  Others, not so much.  In this message, Bishop Hying illustrates the relationship between faith and belonging to a parish community.  Based upon the Catechism of the Catholic Church.

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Death Denying? I don’t think so…

The National Allicance for Grieving Children blog tries to make a comparison on how society represents death in movies and other ways and how families tend to be reluctant to discuss death with their children.  Children are very resilient and need the adults in their life take the time to have honest, caring conversations with [...]

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Crispy Turkey Tostadas

Shredded leftover turkey tops homemade tostadas in this Tex-Mex favorite. Making your own tostada shells from fresh corn tortillas is easier than you might think—crisp them up in the oven while you prepare the toppings. Choose either regular petite diced tomatoes or those with added jalapeños, depending on your inclination for spicy food. Serve with [...]

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Audio Blog: Amanda Dickerson discusses HPV vaccines

Listen to Amanda Dickerson, APNP, a family nurse practitioner at the Fond du Lac Regional Clinic in Markesan, as she shares with us the latest on HPV vaccines. Amanda Dickerson on HPV vaccines by InGoodHealthFDL If you would like to schedule an appointment with Amanda, please call the clinic at (920) 398-2406.

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Leading Inspiration: Emotional Intelligence

Q: I often hear about emotional intelligence and how important it is not only in our personal life but also at work. Can you tell me more about this topic? A: Thank you for your question. Here are thoughts from Ronnie Ann (workcoachcafe.com). I first heard the term emotional intelligence linked to work in a [...]

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Is It a Cold? Or Something Worse?

The typical American adult has two to four colds every year, and a child, as many as 10. They are usually uneventful: a week to 10 days of sniffling, sneezing and coughing, and then a recovery. Despite what your mother or grandmother may have told you, you can’t catch a cold from getting your feet [...]

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