Steps to prevent norovirus
Expert guidance and advice.
The end-of-the-year holidays are perfect for family gatherings, shopping excursions and workplace potlucks. These, in turn, can lead to an uninvited guest: norovirus, which causes people to become sick with cramping, stomach pain, nausea, vomiting and diarrhea. Norovirus is a highly contagious virus.
Determination, willpower help Mike Krueger manage diabetes
Mike Krueger’s life began to change before he even knew it. With twin grandchildren soon to be born, Krueger’s wife, Bev, urged her husband to go in for his Tdap vaccination and a physical back in March. At that appointment, Kelsey Nylander, D.O., Mayo Clinic Health System in Springfield family physician, conducted some regular blood tests. One of those tests indicated Krueger’s blood sugar was elevated. In fact, he had type 2 diabetes.
One shake is all it takes
Kelsie Kuyath was at work when she received a phone call that would change her life. Her then-husband was on the line, telling her that their youngest daughter, 4-month old Kyra, was having a seizure.
Improving the way we care for you
This issue of Hometown Health focuses on women’s health care. That’s a broader topic than you might think. We know that some health conditions are unique to women, others disproportionately affect women, and still others present with different signs and symptoms in women. It’s important for women and their health care teams to be aware of these differences.