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Health Watch/Western U.P. Health Department/Ray Sharp/Community Planning and Preparedness Manager

January 9, 2014 A fundamental principal of public health is the maxim “an ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure.” These 10 words illustrate the role of public health in preventing disease. more »»

Meagan’s Musings/Meagan Stilp

January 9, 2014 With the dawn of the new year, media outlets have flooded consumer with lists — the best this, the worst that, the you’ve-got-to-be-kidding-me’s of 2013. more »»

Viau’s View/Scott Viau

January 9, 2014 Don Jon only cares for a few select things in his life: girls, his friends, his family, the gym, his apartment and his church. Oh, there's also one more thing: he loves pornography. more »»

Half Full/Mark Wilcox

January 3, 2014 Time sure is a funny thing. I mean, when you think about it, things don’t really change much from one day to the nex. more »»

Health Watch/Portage Health/Todd Anderson/Family Medicine Provider

January 2, 2014 There's nothing more important in a relationship than open and honest communication. more »»

Viau’s View/Scott Viau

January 2, 2014 Greed, drugs, sex, prostitution, more drugs, FBI agents, more sex, money and even more drugs can all be found in the latest offering from legendary filmmaker Martin Scorsese’s newest movie “The Wolf... more »»

Meagan's Musings

December 27, 2013 Hey friends! Let's talk about free speech. As a journalist, the first amendment is probably my very favorite amendment, although I am personally fond of 13, 15 and 19 as well. more »»

Health Watch/Copper Country Mental Health/Brian Rendel/Training and Prevention Counselor

December 26, 2013 According to motivational guru Jim Rohn, “If you don’t like how things are, change it! You’re not a tree.” He is correct, but trying to change is not the problem for most people. more »»

Health Watch/Superior Family Chiropractic

December 19, 2013 The Journal of Pediatric, Maternal and Family Health recently published a case study involving the response of an 8-week-old female who experienced difficulty breastfeeding and underwent subluxation... more »»

From Pasties to Pierogi/Maria Sliva

December 13, 2013 This weekend I am off on yet another trip with Rotary — this time to the spectacularly beautiful city of Wroc?aw. more »»

Health Watch/Baraga County Memorial Hospital/Margie Hale, RN, MSN, MBA, Chief Nursing Officer

December 12, 2013 Thirty years ago the idea of “patient-centered care” first came into sight as a return to the holistic roots of health care. more »»

Half Full/Mark Wilcox

December 6, 2013 Last Sunday marked one of the most significant days of the year for me when I was growing up. The first Sunday of Advent, in our house, began the countdown to Christmas. more »»

Health Watch/Aspirus Keweenaw/Sarah Baratono, Family Care and Bereavement Coordinator

December 5, 2013 It seems everywhere we go during this time of the year we see holiday decorations and are being wished a “Merry Christmas” or “Happy Holidays. more »»

Meagan’s Musings/Meagan Stilp

December 5, 2013 People ask me for book recommendations a lot. I understand it — I majored in English at UW-Madison and since I was a kid I’ve always carried a book with me, regardless of where I’m going. more »»

Meagan's Musings

November 29, 2013 I have never been big on shopping. Something about the stale air and confinement of shopping malls just makes me crazy. Which made working in retail an interesting choice for teenage me. more »»

Health Watch/Portage Health/Katriina Hopper, Geriatric and Internal Medicine

November 21, 2013 The growth of the number of adults over age 65 is unprecedented in the history of the United States. more »»

Spending the holidays in a new place

November 15, 2013 In approximately two weeks, I will be making a traditional American Thanksgiving dinner for several Poles and a handful of exchange students... more »»

Health Watch/Copper Country Mental Health/Institute Director Taryn Mack

November 14, 2013 November is National Alzheimer’s Disease Awareness Month and National Caregiver Month.  In the United States, there are more than 15 million Alzheimer's and dementia caregivers. more »»

Half Full/Mark Wilcox

November 9, 2013 Last month I was blessed to, once again, perform with the Michigan Tech Theatre Company. It was the second time I had done a show with them in the last six months. more »»

Health Watch/Superior Chiropractic

November 7, 2013 A recent article in the Journal of Pediatric, Maternal & Family Health reported on a study that documented the positive effects of chiropractic adjustments on an 11-week-old male with chronic... more »»



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