History of the Pink Glove Dance

The first Pink Glove Dance video debuted on YouTube® in 2009, featuring 200 hospital workers wearing pink gloves and dancing in support of breast cancer awareness and prevention. Today, the original video has almost 14 million views! This social media phenomenon inspired a national Pink Glove Dance video contest hosted by Medline, the maker of [...]

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Wellness Center will be asset to community

“We are very excited about the new facility.  We will finally have a classroom in the Wellness Center to offer a variety of classes.  There will be higher ceilings for throwing, jumping and running on treadmills.  The Wellness Center will be located adjacent to the Rehab department, which allows us to have a patient care [...]

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Advanced Treatment of Prostate Cancer with Radiation Therapy

There are many different options for treating prostate cancer.  Treatment options are based on several factors including stage, grade and Gleason score.  It is often helpful to get a second opinion when determining which treatment is right for you.  Most curative prostate cancers are treated by Urologists and Radiation Oncologists. One advanced treatment option for [...]

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Part 1: Being prepared when you are expecting

Expecting a child?  What great news this is…with it brings a multitude of things to-do: get the baby’s room ready, buy a car seat, pick out a name, etc.  Don’t forget to think about the financial implications of having a baby…and one important “to-do” is to contact your insurance company to find out what you [...]

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Q & A About Training

Q: At our company we are always looking at what training is needed and how best to implement the training so it is effective in both the short and long run. Any tips in this area? A: Thank you for a great question. As the summer comes to an end, companies often begin to ramp [...]

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Falling asleep at the wheel

Have you ever wondered if the person driving towards you on the road had a good night’s sleep? You may not, but I do. People with undiagnosed sleep apnea are more likely to fall asleep at the wheel and have an increased chance of being involved in a traffic accident. People with untreated sleep apnea [...]

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Archdiocese of Milwaukee

Video Blog: What Does Pro-Life Really Mean?

Does the “pro-life” stance begin and end with unborn babies? What about human rights and our fellow man? Is there more to being “pro-life?” Bishop Don Hying shares more on the Catholic belief that all life is valuable. Based upon the Catechism of the Catholic Church (2258).  

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