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I know I need to eat better, but where do I start?

First of all, I am not a dietitian, so this article in not about the right number of grams of each food source you should eat, or what you should eat for your specific diseases, issues…it is a general guide to helping you eat better. Life is full of good, better best choices. You can […]

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Hard to hold a good man down

Dave “Tuffy” Munson came by his nickname through a bit of hard work and play. “Tuff” situations never held him back as a softball player for more than 30 years and an avid outdoorsman. Tuffy spent many early mornings on the lake fishing or hunting everything from deer to turkeys. That meant loading and unloading his gear […]

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Thirsty and it’s not Thursday?

Ever hear any of these phrases, or said it yourself? “I don’t feel so good.” Answer, “Why don’t you have some soup and crackers or 7-up?” “I am stressed out!” Answer, “Where is the chocolate?” Or, “I am soooo tired!” Answer, “I think if I eat I will wake up.” “I feel depressed and fat.” […]

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Mayville singer finds groove again

Brian Woik has always had a passion for singing. While during the day he is a graphic printer by trade, at night you can see this Mayville community member singing his heart out on stage for the band, “Guilty as Sin.” As a young man, Brian spent his high school and college days – as many […]

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Timely Reminders: Summer Safety

Whether your children are home for the summer, on the road with you or away at camp, use these tips to keep your family safe and healthy: Riding Safe When your child is ready to roll, make sure they: • Always wear a helmet when riding a bike, scooter and skateboard, or when roller blading. […]

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Common sports injuries: ankle and foot

Written by: Bryan Royce, M.D.  An ankle injury most often occurs from rolling the ankle or stepping on uneven ground. Occasionally a twisting injury in a contact sport will cause an ankle sprain or fracture. Treatment: Sprains – Rest, ice, light compression and elevation. Athletes may benefit from physical therapy for ankle strengthening and muscle […]

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What do I do if I think I sprained my ankle?

Written by: Stuart Wertheimer, DPM, Ripon Medical Center Sprained ankles are a very common injury that I see in my office.  Most people think of spraining your ankle while competing in sports, but sprains often occur just by stepping wrong, anywhere, on an uneven surface, ultimately cause damage to ligaments that surround and support the […]

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Cancer Survivorship

According to a recent study by the American Cancer Society, more than 1.5 million Americans have survived cancer since 1991. Overall, more people are living through and surviving cancer. As the number of survivors increase, so does the need for ongoing care and surveillance. A new standard instituted by the Commission on Cancer for all […]

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