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Wear Red Day and American Heart Month

Every year in the United States, approximately 610,000 people die of heart disease, making it the leading cause of death for men and women. It is also the leading cause of death around the world, accounting for more than 17.3 million deaths every year–a number that is expected to reach more than 23.6 million by […]

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Duchenne Muscular Dystrophy Awareness Week

February 13 to February 19 is Duchenne Muscular Dystrophy Awareness Week, a prime time to highlight this little-known progressive, muscle-weakening disease. It is a genetic disease that prevents the body from making sufficient quantities of a protein called dystrophin. Muscles need this protein to protect them as they contract and relax. It is a rare […]

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Baldwin Backpack Buddy Program

Baldwin Backpack Buddy Program

Hudson Physicians collected items for the Baldwin Backpack Buddy program, Hudson and River Falls food pantries the week of December 11. Food insecurity still exists for those less fortunate. Children of low-income families often receive free or reduced lunches through the school system during the week, but when the weekend arrives it becomes difficult. The […]

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Sara Holmberg

Sara Holmberg, Adult Nurse Practitioner

Hudson Physicians is pleased to welcome Sara Holmberg, Adult Nurse Practitioner. Sara started seeing patients in November at Hudson Physicians main clinic in Hudson, WI. “I greatly enjoy building relationships, caring for others, and working with them to keep moving closer to their personal goals.”  said Sara.  She enjoys providing care that promotes healthy lifestyle choices while managing chronic diseases over the lifespan. There has always been a special place […]

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National Handwashing Awareness

National Handwashing Awareness

National Handwashing Awareness Week: December 3-9 The winter season is infamous for bringing runny noses and hacking coughs along with the holiday cheer. If only there was a way to prevent all that sickness! Well, we might not be able to prevent it entirely but we certainly can slow it down. That’s what National Handwashing […]

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Your Winter Fire Safety Checklist

Even though the majority of residential building fires throughout the year are caused by cooking, the winter holidays introduce some extra fire hazards into the home. According to the American Red Cross, there are about 47,000 home fires during the winter holidays, resulting in hundreds of millions of dollars in damage and the loss of […]

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