Vaccines are still the best “tools” we have to prevent influenza. Medscape (2/12, Barclay) reported a case series published online in the American Journal of Respiratory and Critical Care Medicine indicating that young adults failing to vaccinate themselves against the flu required “the most intensive treatment.”
Go Red For Women’ campaign creates heart health awareness . February 7 was designated “National Wear Red Day for Women.” Red is the American Heart Association’s color for women and heart disease.
Regional Sports Medicine staff manage a comprehensive and easy-to-navigate website both detailing the many services and programs available to active youth, women, and men in the community. “This website was specifically created to be a comprehensive tool for anyone
Megan and Kyle Filip of Frederic, WI, had something very special to celebrate during the first week of the New Year-- the birth of their son, Lane John Filip. Dr. Jeanine Brunclik delivered him on January 1, 2014 at 11:49 AM. Lane weighed 7 lbs., 15 ozs. and measured 18 inches long at birth.
In 2014 consider making a resolution to assure you have a healthier and safer home. January is National Radon Action Month and is a great time to take action and check the radon level in your home. Radon is a colorless, odorless, invisible and radioactive gas