How Sweet is Your Blood Sugar?

Did you know type 2 diabetes can be prevented? There is a window of opportunity right before the diagnosis of type 2 diabetes, called pre-diabetes, when your Hemoglobin A1c is “sugar-coated” between 5.7 and 6.4 percent. This level is considered higher than normal, but not yet high enough to be classified as type 2 diabetes. […]

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Gerry Wahlberg: Spunky and Determined

Gerry and Gus Wahlberg moved to Hudson, WI in 1957 with their three children. They raised their family, made many friends in the area, and enjoyed time at their cabin, which Gus built from the ground up. In retirement, they decided to spend their winters in Arizona to get away from the cold, but always […]

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We’re With You All The Way

Not everyone realizes the value of having a Family Medicine provider, and that’s okay. We understand that you’re busy and that it’s easy to skip a physical here and there. But according to numerous health studies, a primary care physician will keep you healthier as you age. He or she is your point person, saving you […]

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Help Prevent Injuries At Home

September is Baby Safety Month. Here are some tips to help keep the little ones in your life safe. Magnets: Small magnets can be easily swallowed by children. Keep magnets high on your refrigerator. Loose Change: In between couch cushions or pooled on a table, loose change is easy for kids to put in their mouth […]

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Calling All Patients

We’re partnering with Hudson Hospital to form a new Patient and Family Advisory Council. The goal is to gain patient perspective on healthcare related topics which will help us understand the changing needs in our community and guide improvements in the delivery of services throughout the health campus. If you’re a current patient of Hudson Physicians, we’d love […]

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When Helmets Collide

It was Homecoming at Hudson High School. Running back Tucker Malecha caught a pitch from the quarterback, ran to the outside and spun off before receiving a helmet-to-helmet hit from the opponent. Down he went, hard. Although a clean hit, Malecha knew right away that something was wrong. Luckily, Hudson Physicians’ own Dr. Lincoln Likness […]

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