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Tailgate Food Takeover

Fort HealthCare October 14, 2014 0 Comments General News

Happy (almost) middle of October! I’m hoping you had as fantastic of a weekend as I did and were able to get out and enjoy the weather. It’s a good thing I was able to enjoy the weather this previous weekend because if we have more Packer football games like we encountered yesterday, my poor […]

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Mental Health Break!

Fort HealthCare October 8, 2014 0 Comments General News

10/6/14 October! Woohoo! I’m not sure if this happens to you, but there are some days I come home from work and just sit in silence, thinking about how much of a whirlwind my life is and trying to recap everything I did during my day. Usually, the recap is a fail and I end […]

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Finding Purpose

Fort HealthCare October 7, 2014 0 Comments General News

Hey friends-Hard to believe we’ve reached the end of September, and in true Wisconsin fashion, a 30° temperature difference than yesterday. I had the privilege to go to a Worksite Wellness seminar last week Thursday in Milwaukee (yes, my boss let me out). In addition to learning about techniques to engage employees with wellness programs, […]

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Avoid the plague!

Tiffany Frohmader, B.S. September 18, 2014 0 Comments General News

9/18/2014 Hey Hey Hey everyone! It became very apparent last weekend and a little into this week that fall is coming quickly, and if you’re not ready—too bad! I ran a 5k this previous weekend, and the temperature at the start of the race was 41 degrees! Holy moly! I had to pull the gloves […]

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Jumping Outside The Box

Tiffany Frohmader, B.S. September 3, 2014 0 Comments General News

9/3/14 September has made it! I know people say that Labor Day marks the ‘end of summer’, but I don’t see it that way. After all, it seems like summer just began! One of my favorite parts of summer is exercising outdoors. I love that the sun is up early in the morning when I […]

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To sleep or not to sleep? I wish it was up to me.

Tiffany Frohmader, B.S. August 29, 2014 0 Comments General News

Hey friends! Wednesday already?!  End of August?! Summer is FLYING by! If you’re like me, your weekdays and weekends are crammed full of every activity under the sun.  My weekdays are filled with swim team, work, classes, and the occasional eating and sleeping; even less on the sleeping because I love to eat! Although eating, […]

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Giving Circle Grants Announcement

Nancy Aguirre, MD Nancy Aguirre, MD March 31, 2014 0 Comments Fort Memorial Hospital Foundation

The Giving Circle of Fort Memorial Hospital Foundation is pleased to announce the grants that were awarded from funds raised during its 2013 program year. The grants totaling $14,550 were awarded to three health and wellness initiatives at Fort HealthCare. A grant for $6,500 was awarded to support the services of Dr. David Rutledge at […]

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Cold: Friend or Foe?

Laura Suttinger, OT, CHT March 5, 2014 0 Comments Occupational Therapy

Most of us are ready to say goodbye to the ice, snow, and cold.  Icy conditions can contribute to a slip hazard.  When that happens to you, it’s easy to want to stay inside until the Spring thaw.  But inactivity can be equally harmful.  If you or someone you know would like to overcome a […]

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My New Year’s “Health” Resolution

RhondaPerdelwitz RN, CDE RhondaPerdelwitz RN, CDE January 20, 2014 0 Comments Diabetes

“I will take better care of my diabetes.” Diabetes is a scary diagnosis because it is about more than just blood sugars. It is a disease that affects your blood vessels, and it can lead to a stroke or heart attack. Other than heart disease, diabetes is a disease that affects the eyes, kidneys, nerves […]

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What Causes Kidney Stones?

Christopher Manakas, MD Christopher Manakas, MD January 6, 2014 0 Comments General News

This is maybe the most common question I get. The answer is far from straight forward and usually a combination of patient-specific factors. Kidney stones form when, if the urine chemistry is just right, substances combine, crystallize, and then those crystals bind together to form stones. There are many different types of stones: Calcium Oxalate, […]

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