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The Phoenix Park footbridge will be lit blue Oct. 1–2.
If you are worried about your risk of falling, attend a free, fall risk screening on Wednesday, Oct. 17, in Barron or Bloomer.
Hospice is hosting Camp Oz on Saturday, Oct. 6 at Camp Patterson on Lake Washington in Madison Lake, Minnesota from 8:30 a.m. to 6 p.m. to help support children and teens who have lost loved ones.
Mayo Clinic Health System will be offering flu shots at area schools in Mower County in October and November.
Elizabeth Fetzer, M.D. enjoys the full spectrum of OB-GYN and women’s health.
Participate in a six-week program to improve aspects of your athletic performance.
The “Road to Resilience: Raising Healthy Kids” virtual program starts Sept. 17, and helps build social and coping skills.
Scholarships are open to post-secondary students in the Albert Lea and Austin service area who are interested in pursuing an education in health care.
Cindy Ming will oversee operations of Express Care, Express Care Online, Family Medicine, Internal Medicine, Pediatric & Adolescent Medicine and Urgent Care.
Timothy Sheneman, D.O., starts seeing patients Aug. 20.
Construction will take place throughout 2019 and 2020.
Eau Claire was named the fifth best hospital in Wisconsin, (three-way tie) and recognized as a Best Regional Hospital in northwestern Wisconsin by U.S. News & World Report.
Learning your ABCs the first time helped you read. Now, they could save your life by alerting you to changes in moles that could signal melanoma — the most serious type of skin cancer.
Back-to-school time means parents back to packing school lunches. This year, take your inspiration from the fairground, and try layering foods on a wooden skewer.
Michelle Messer, diagnosed with an aggressive form of stage 4 ovarian cancer five years ago, shares her message of hope and healing thanks to her team of physicians and nurses.
Sitting at a desk all day can be harder than it sounds. Try these 5 desk exercises to get rid of the strain sitting puts on your body.
Each year, around 14 million people in the U.S. are infected with human papillomavirus, or HPV. Most will never know it. Learn how to protect your family.
Mike Hesch eats carrots. And Brussels sprouts. And sweet potatoes. In fact, Mike is very eloquent about his newfound love for vegetables. Eating well is just one of the elements of Mike’s healthy lifestyle, which involves a three-pronged approach: nutrition, exercise and stress reduction.
Your success in losing weight depends, in large part, on your readiness to take on the challenge. Take this assessment to find out if you're ready.
For years, turning 50 came with a special birthday message from your health care provider: Time to have a colonoscopy. Read about the new age guideline.
Nancy Hannafin's unexplained head pain was excruciating. But her optometrist suspected the mystery source of pain was neurological and referred her to a neurologist for evaluation.
It's hard to ignore when things are feeling a little off "down there." Learn about six factors that can contribute to bacterial vaginosis.
Young women are busy and often only need to visit a medical clinic once or twice a year. Find out why is it so important to develop a relationship with a primary care provider now.
During young adulthood, it can be difficult to put health at the top of your long to-do list. So, how do you keep or achieve your peak health?