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Emotional Eating

Have you ever found yourself standing in front of the refrigerator looking for something to eat when you weren’t hungry? Are there times when you’ve had a snack, even though you knew you weren’t hungry and you struggled not to eat because you knew that you’d feel guilty afterward? What made you eat even though [...]

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Video Blog: What Did Jesus Teach Us About Prayer?

Jesus taught us that the Lord’s prayer is the greatest of the Christian prayers – that it is the perfect expression of faith and trust in God. In this latest “C4: Ignite Your Catholic Faith,” Bishop Don Hying discusses the Our Father, and how this prayer can be applied to our lives today.

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The New RMC Emergency Department and West Entrance

The new Emergency Department at Ripon Medical Center will be located on the hospital’s west side and will have a separate entrance off Douglas Street. An ambulance bay is being constructed. The Emergency Department will be surrounding by services that complement their efforts, including imaging, laboratory and surgical services.             [...]

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Behind the Scenes of the Agnesian HealthCare and YMCA Pink Glove Dance Video

Featuring Keri Sabel, the star of the Agnesian HealthCare and YMCA Pink Glove Dance Spotlight Family: Husband, Brad; and Sons, Cade, 11; Ian, 9; and Jax, 4 Profession: Nurse at Agnesian HealthCare Signature Dance Move: Any and all! Top Songs on Keri’s Soundtrack to Life: “One Day You Will” by Lady Antebellum and “Roar” by [...]

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Breast cancer awareness: What is inflammatory breast cancer?

According to the National Cancer Institute, inflammatory breast cancer (IBC) is a rare and very aggressive disease in which cancer cells block lymph vessels in the skin of the breast. This type of breast cancer is called “inflammatory” because the breast often looks swollen and red, or “inflamed.” Inflammatory breast cancer accounts for one to [...]

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Part One: Parents as partners in safety

We consider your care and the care and protection of your infant to be our highest priority. We seek your partnership. At the time of delivery, two identification bands with black numbers will be placed on your baby’s wrist and ankle. An identical band will be placed on the mother and the father or other [...]

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How do I stop bullying?

Bullying seems to be a continued word that is being talked about, especially now that school is back in full swing.  Bullying is any unwanted or aggressive, repeated behavior where there is an imbalance of power between two or more individuals.  For children and adolescents, bullying happens more frequently in areas where there is less [...]

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