Tips for Safe Trick-or-Treating

Vampires and werewolves and witches, oh my! While staying clear of Halloween’s favorite friends, don’t let an accident spoil the fun of trick-or-treating. Follow these five safe tips for trick-or-treating tips gleaned from safekids.org and Reader’s Digest for a howling good time: 1. Walk Safely Plan your route in advance to avoid getting lost and […]

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Understanding Zika Virus Threats

The recent Summer Olympic Games in Rio brought attention to the Zika virus and its dangers to pregnant women. Closer to home, the Center for Disease Control (CDC) has issued an official health advisory regarding the Zika virus. It is spread to people primarily through the bite of an infected mosquito, but it can also […]

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Healthy Competition

A self-described competitor at heart, Dr. Lincoln Likness shares his elite level of medical expertise with athletes beyond his practice at Hudson Physicians. He spends his spare time in the summer serving as volunteer Medical Director of the Goliath Challenge, Gopher to Badger Half Marathon and St. Croix Valley Triathlon. For the latter two events […]

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World Alzheimer’s Month

  Aiming to replace stigma with understanding, World Alzheimer’s Month is being observed in September with the theme, Remember Me. People are sharing favorite memories, or memories of a loved one, on social media all month with the hashtags #RememberMe #WAM2016.   What is commonly referred to as Alzheimer’s disease is actually dementia and is […]

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Stay Fit With Your Family This Summer

Stay fit this summer with your entire family by incorporating sports and physical activity into your family’s summer schedule. When you take a walk with your family on a summer evening, you aren’t just having fun, you’re literally taking steps toward feeling better and living longer. That’s why Hudson Physicians is promoting regular physical activity […]

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A Baby Boy and a Relationship are Born

It started calmly enough for Abby and Scott Shaver of Baldwin, taking into account the nervousness that comes with a first-time pregnancy and delivery. They were admitted to Hudson Hospital late on a Friday night with 30-year-old Abby in the early stages of labor. Abby’s labor progressed through the night and morning, but complications arose. […]

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