Leading Inspiration: Q & A About Teamwork

Q: We all know that teamwork is very important to both the financial and climate bottom line of a company, but what does it really mean? A: Great question. In 2001, Frank LaFasto and Carl Larson published their book, “When Teams Work Best – 6,000 Team Members and Leaders Tell What it Takes to Succeed.” […]

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Preventing Running Injuries and Debunking Myths: Part Two

Author: Joel Mason PT, DPT, SCS, CSCS Contributing Author: Sarah Schultz MS, LAT Many individuals enjoy the freedom and competition that running provides. There is much to know about running to be effective and safe in this growing sport. Here are a few running myths to consider. Running Myth One: I was once asked by […]

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Archdiocese of Milwaukee

Video Blog: What’s the Church All About?

Does having an actual Church serve a real purpose? Why is there a need for people to worship together in a dedicated place? Bishop Don Hying has an insightful perspective on the Church as a community. Based upon the Catechism of the Catholic Church (781).

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Women and breast cancer

Part III: You’re BUSTED! Breast cancer myths exposed, or are they really myths?

Written by: Stacy Hammack, Senior Mammography Technologist, RT (R)(M) at Ripon Medical Center That pot of coffee that I have every morning or all the caffeinated soft drinks I have in the afternoon will cause me to get breast cancer. Fact: Some research has been done on this topic, and in fact it is suggested that […]

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Timely Reminders: Healthy Relationships

  Seven Tips for a Healthy Relationship John Gottman is a highly renowned marriage researcher who has identified behaviors that long-term happy couples have in common. Some of the tips that he shares in his book, “The Seven Principles of Making Marriage Work,” are listed below. Seek Help Early Many couples wait six years before […]

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What you need to know about detox diets

As a registered dietitian, I have been trained to look skeptically at the latest dieting trends.  This includes the latest trend toward Detox diets or regimens.  To my skeptical eye, the word “detox” is almost akin to a four-letter word striking an immediate cease and desist response; however, I made an attempt to set aside […]

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Preventing Running Injuries and Debunking Myths: Part One

Author: Joel Mason, PT, DPT, SCS, CSCS Contributing Author: Sarah Schultz, MS, LAT Conventional wisdom has traditionally been that the Wet Foot Test is an easy way to figure out your foot type. The idea is that you get your foot wet and step down on a paper towel or surface that you would allow […]

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