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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Audio Blog: Amanda Dickerson discusses concussions

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 concussions. Amanda Dickerson on Concussions by InGoodHealthFDL If you would like to schedule an appointment with Amanda, please call the clinic at (920) 398-2406.  

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Holiday Snacks: Good and Bad

Holiday goodies from neighbors and friends lined up in the dining table; a groaning snack table at the New Year’s Eve party; and open bad of chips passed around while you’re watching football on TV: if you’re worried about holiday weight gain, this may be where you win or lose. Yes, there are some major [...]

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The Transfer of Life

The National Alliance for Grieving Children blog explains how much the children teach us, the adults, how to handle grief.  They are wonderful role models for us who feel uncomfortable and inadequate in trying to “take care” of their grief.  The children are the only ones who find the way of how to walk their grief [...]

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Fitness verses “Thinness”

Here’s how to get started on a positive body image breakthrough and a vigorous cycle…. Sometimes we use “thinness” and diets as a metaphor for what we really want in life. We think, “When I lose weight, I’ll finally be happy.” Being thin won’t make you happy. Being healthy and well will improve your sense of [...]

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Maintaining Healthy Boundaries with Family, Friends and Co-Workers

When you hear the word Boundaries, what comes to mind? Is it a fence around a house? Is it the limit of what you will allow your children to do? Is it the emotional distance you keep from others? These are all definitions of boundaries. Emotional boundaries are personal property lines that mark what is [...]

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Video Blog: What is Faith?

Friends often encourage one another to “have faith” when times are tough. What exactly is faith? Bishop Don Hying helps us define this seemingly “ordinary’ word that packs extraordinary power. Based upon the Catechism of the Catholic Church.     Related articles Video Blog: Ignite Your Catholic Faith

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