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BREAST CANCER: FACT VS. FICTION

It’s Breast Cancer Awareness Month!  Today’s post by staff physician Dr. Sarah Wistreich: Breast cancer is a topic that I frequently get asked about by all age groups.  With statistics as high as they are – 1 in every 8 … Continue reading

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Things That Make You Go Buzz: Your Guide to Caffeine

Sally Mravcak, MD is today’s CWH blogger: Caffeine is the most widely used and socially acceptable stimulant.  We have become a coffee culture.  Morning to me smells like a freshly brewed pot of joe.  And let’s not leave out our … Continue reading

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Yoga: There’s No Place Like “OMMMM”

Today’s entry is from CWH nurse practitioner Kathy Bornhoeft: Balance Your Life; Breathe, Relax and Be Still………………… A recent study founded that 20.4 million Americans practice yoga, an increase of almost 30% in just four years! Yoga is a mind … Continue reading

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Birds, Bees, Sneeze!

April showers bring May flowers, and May flowers bring pollen (not pilgrims), and pollen brings itchy/watery eyes, clogged ears, runny noses, sneezing and general misery for many.  Springtime is not a magical time for all. Springtime allergies are typically triggered … Continue reading

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My Week of Mindfulness

Today’s relaxation blog is via CWH’s  Dr. Sally Mravcak: Mindfulness meditation: the type of meditation where you sit quietly, in stillness, and pay attention to your breath as it flows in and out.  No thinking about your to-do list, no … Continue reading

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