Video Blog: Know & Go Healthy Cooking Demonstration

Know & Go – know what to do and then go do it.  Eating right and finding time to cook can be difficult with the schedules we all keep.  It doesn’t have to be …. view Agnesian HealthCare Chef Rich Nimkie – as he provides a demonstration, tips and tricks to create health healthy flavorful [...]

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Women with Cancer: Looking and Feeling Good

Although being diagnosed with cancer is unexpected, the changes to your body can be just as shocking. Women may experience hair loss, brittle fingernails, skin discoloration, and weight loss or gain. To feel good about yourself it is important to care for you appearance. By following the tips I have outlined below, you will be [...]

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What is healthy weight loss?

When people hear that I am a registered dietitian, I am often asked many questions on various nutrition subjects. Most commonly, I am asked, “What is the secret to losing weight?” My response to this question is simple. There is no “secret.” The information has always been out there. We simply need to have less [...]

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Leading Inspiration: Office Pools

Q: With March Madness almost upon us, I have been thinking about how office pools impact the productivity of my company. Any thoughts? A: Thank you for a very timely question. Below are thoughts from Jason D. Stitt, attorney with Kutak Rock, LLP in Wichita, Kansas (www.kutarock.com/index.cfm). Technology makes employees more productive, right? Not so [...]

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5 abdominal strengthening exercises with a physioball

One of the keys is starting the motion from the abdominal muscles, pull the belly button down and in, and imagine those muscles lifting the head and shoulders.  This is a technique that is used in Pilates, or when trained in physical therapy.  Being aware of where you feel an exercise, not just simply copying [...]

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Take Care of Your Back

Back injury is one of the most common types of injury. Back injuries usually occur because of repetitive movement of the spine over the years. While muscles can heal, disc injuries cannot be reversed. It is the accumulation of bending that causes tissue changes. Therefore, when you move, it is important to maintain the inward [...]

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Video Blog: Can People Really Change?

You can’t teach and old dog new tricks. A leopard can’t change its spots. These clichés are widely-accepted, but do they apply to us? Bishop Don Hying shows us that through Christ, even challenged people can become “good” people. Based upon the Catechism of the Catholic Church.  

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