Hudson SAFE program

Hudson Physicians Supports The Hudson SAFE program

Hudson Physicians Supports The Hudson SAFE program The team at Hudson Physicians is proud to announce our recent $500 donation to the Hudson SAFE program, a non-profit collaboration between area parents, local schools, and the community at large to promote drug-free and alcohol-free opportunities for area youth. Their annual Senior All Night Graduation Party, scheduled […]

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Reach Out and Read

Reach Out and Read Program

Hudson Physicians Participates in Reach Out and Read Hudson Physicians, along with Hudson Hospital, kicks off participation in Reach Out and Read Wisconsin. Reach Out and Read is a nonprofit organization that coordinates with pediatric medical providers to promote childhood literacy. With 90% of children visiting doctors, medical providers are able to reach many children […]

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hudsonphysicians mental illness

Make It OK: Learn the Lingo

Make It OK: Learn the Lingo Talking more openly about mental illnesses is one way we can reduce the stigma and “Make It OK.” Sometimes we resort to silence because it can be hard to find the words to say. We’re part of a local effort to stop the silence and stigma surrounding mental illnesses. […]

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Gastroesophageal Reflux Disease (GERD)

Gastroesophageal Reflux Disease (GERD): Causes, Symptoms, and Treatment Gastroesophageal reflux disease, otherwise known as GERD, is a chronic disease of the digestive system. Flare-ups occur when stomach acid backflows into the esophagus causing irritation and inflammation of the esophageal lining. This process is known as “reflux” and it is caused by a failure of the […]

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Dr. Gregory Young

Exceptional Primary Care Community Faculty Award

Exceptional Primary Care Community Faculty Teaching Award was given to Hudson Physicians Gregory Young, MD Gregory Young, MD, of Hudson Physicians was selected by the Medical School Education Committee at the University of Minnesota to receive an Exceptional Primary Care Community Faculty Teaching Award.  This award was established to honor and encourage preceptor teaching in […]

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Autism Awareness

Light It Up Blue for Autism This April

Light It Up Blue for Autism This April Currently, autism spectrum disorder (ASD) affects more than 3.5 million Americans. As more children are diagnosed with it, autism has become the fastest growing developmental disability in the U.S. To help boost autism awareness and support the families of those with the diagnosis, you are encouraged to […]

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Depression is more common than you think

Mental illnesses are as common as dark brown eyes. There are 19 million Americans living with depression, and it affects everyone differently. Not all treatment works the same but with an accurate diagnosis, effective medication, attention to health and wellness, peer and family support, there is hope for recovery. If you consistently feel down for […]

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Heavy Menstrual Cycles & Ablations

Heavy Menstrual Cycles & Endometrial Ablation A heavy menstrual cycle, known as menorrhagia, is one in which excessive bleeding requires the changing of tampons or pads every hour for several hours, getting up in the middle of the night to change a tampon or pad, a period lasting greater than seven days, or the passing […]

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Spotlight on RSV

Spotlight on RSV RSV, or respiratory syncytial virus, is a very common, very contagious respiratory illness. In most healthy adults and children, it manifests as little more than the common cold. Unfortunately, in infants and toddlers with health problems, patients with compromised immune systems, and individuals who have breathing concerns, RSV can be much more […]

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