PORTAGE – During a time when the U.S. is focused on reducing the cost of medical expenses, Portage physical therapist Mary Rose Strickland shared a staggering number that, according to medical professionals, could be significantly reduced through preventive care: $67.7 billion.
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BARABOO – As millions marveled at the world’s top competitors performing athletic feats on cold, wet and slippery surfaces during this month’s 2018 Winter Olympics, Baraboo physical therapist Jordan Hove saw an ideal educational opportunity for local athletes and fitness-minded people.
Here's a look at some popular national chain restaurants and coffee shops where you can get either free or discounted food and drinks on your birthday.
PORTAGE — A new year means new checklists. From starting something new to quitting bad habits, it’s a time many choose to focus on improving or maintaining good health. To help you reach your goals we want to help you jump-start those healthy behaviors and work with you to see those successe…
These names act like a roadmap through female history, paying tribute to icons of the past and giving nods to influential women of the present.
PORTAGE – As more people continue to turn to health apps on their smartphones to achieve goals related to exercise and weight loss, it’s important to use such tools with an element of personal caution, says Portage physical therapist Bryan Cummings.
Bill Cosby's "Little Bill Books" series is among those making the American Library Association's annual top 10 "challenged books." Here's a look at the rest of the list.
In Wisconsin's long, rich history, growing a beard wasn't a seasonal fling but a right of passage, a sign of manhood, and often a multi-year commitment to cultivating and sculpting a magnificent beard or moustache.
With federal leaders back to the drawing board on health care reform, the personal-finance website WalletHub conducted an in-depth analysis of state-level care in 2017’s Best & Worst States for Health Care.