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What type of patients does a perinatologist see?

Written by: Dr. Randall Kuhlmann The vast majority of women have healthy pregnancies and their babies are born without difficulties. However, women with high-risk pregnancies often need a close watch for potential concerns or complications. Fortunately, there are many tests and procedures to monitor the health of both mother and baby. Many of these pose [...]

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Parenting after Divorce

Approximately half of all marriages end in divorce and some of these involve children. While the end of a committed relationship is extremely hard on the adults involved, the children are also at times devastated by their parents splitting. What parents can do to increase the chance that their children will emerge the least harmed [...]

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Be Thankful

Day to day life can be hard at times, making life a struggle. But it’s in the way we look at our lives that can turn our struggle into success. I found this short poem that may help us see things in a different light. Be Thankful Be thankful that you don’t already have everything [...]

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Staying Safe Outside

Is working out inside as boring as watching paint dry for you? There is no reason you cannot continue to exercise outside as the weather cools off and we lose daylight. Two keys to outdoor exercise in the winter are being visible to oncoming motorists, whether running or cycling, and your own personal comfort. Gear [...]

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Video Blog: What Happens When We Die?

For many of us, dealing with death is difficult. No matter the circumstances, it’s often hard to say “goodbye” to those we love. In this episode, Bishop Don explains that for followers of Christ, death really isn’t the end. Based upon the Catechism of the Catholic Church (1005, 1021).  

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Merry Christmas!

Tips for a Healthy Holiday

The Holiday Season is just around the corner, and with it comes all of our fattening favorites and delicious treats that leave us stuffed with guilt and holiday remorse. Unfortunately that is not all that is left behind.  The US Department of Agriculture estimates that most Americans are left weighing at least 1 pound heavier [...]

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Garlic – the super food for fighting cancer

Written by: Ann P Sorgent RN, BSN, Clinical Supervisor – Agnesian Cancer Center A study in China has determined that eating raw garlic two times per week may decrease the incidence of lung cancer by 44%!  Even among smokers (who comprise the vast majority of lung cancer cases), there is a reduction in incidence of lung cancer by [...]

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