Winter Safety Tips

Winter is a magical time in Wisconsin & Minnesota. Who doesn’t like warm wool sweaters? Quiet, cozy nights with family? Blowing on steamy cups of hot chocolate while watching a favorite film from the comfort of our couches? When mother nature drops her beautiful flakes of downy white snow, it can transform our landscape and […]

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The Health Benefits of Thankfulness

Life is not always easy, and some degree of venting can be therapeutic. However, if you find yourself complaining frequently, it can negatively impact your health in surprising ways. Fostering a sense of gratitude can improve both our physical and mental health. Here are some reasons to consider being thankful on a more regular basis: […]

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5 New Reasons to Visit Hudson Physicians

Hudson Physicians is pleased to announce the addition of five new providers to the practice. Melanie Berg, DPM, Taylor Mueller, NP, Kara Gratton, PA-C, Ryan McFarland, MD, and Sarah McFarland, MD are eager to contribute to the health and well-being of the local community. See a brief introduction below, and click on their links to learn […]

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Why Should You Get Your Flu Shot This Fall?

Do you plan to be one of fifty million people in the United States sidelined by the flu this year? If you’re among those considered at high risk of flu complications including pneumonia, loss of coordination, and worsening of existing conditions, skipping the flu shot increases your odds of becoming one of the half-million who […]

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The Gut-Brain Connection

Often referred to as the second brain, your gut or digestive tract is a complex system that plays a role in your emotional well-being. Having a healthy gut is essential to achieving and maintaining a sound psychological state. But when these interconnected systems are disrupted due to diseases such as GERD, what options are there […]

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National sucide prevention week

The National Suicide Prevention Week kicks off September 8th and runs through the 14th. The week is dedicated to promoting suicide awareness and helping loved ones know what warning signs to look for. This is an increasingly important isue, as suicide is the 10th leading cause of death in the United States. With suicide rates […]

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