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“I’m doing everything,” Cheryl says after being treated for three aneurysms in her brain.
Make your day more enjoyable. Get a little help from your friends!
Dr. Jessie Grzeca enjoys streaming music while running, but she’s moved past ill-fitting earbuds and headphones.
Weight-loss surgery gave Valarie a new lease on life.
Annika thought she was too young to wear hearing aids. That changed as soon as she tried them on.
May is Mediterranean Diet Month, a time to celebrate one of the world’s healthiest diets.
If you think someone is having a stroke, move FAST.
No matter how far you ride in the BayCare Clinic Century Bayshore to Lakeshore bike tour, you won’t go far without an opportunity to rest and refuel.
Karli knew her numb, weakened hand likely meant carpal tunnel syndrome. She sought out a new procedure, Thread Carpal Tunnel Release.
Mary Ellen's ankle pain kept her from doing what she loves. That’s why she had her left ankle replaced.
Although the fourth annual Get Your Rear in Gear 5K is four months away, it’s not too early to start training.
Get Your Rear in Gear returns to Green Bay’s east side on Aug. 4. It’s part of efforts to shed light on colon cancer screenings and early detection.
Deb Obry had weight loss surgery to address several health issues. Today, she’s healthier and almost 100 pounds lighter.
The post-ride meal features good things from Mackinaw’s and Badger State Brewing Co.
That growly feeling in your gut might a sign of irritable bowel syndrome. It sounds nasty, and it’s uncomfortable, but it can be treated.
April is National Garlic Month, peaking with National Garlic Day on Thursday, April 19.
When Glen had his second heart attack within a 10-year span, he received help from specialists at Aurora BayCare Medical Center’s Comprehensive Heart Failure Clinic.
Dental implants gave Trevor LaRene back his bite. “That was a big deal,” he says.
Leanne is thankful to have her life back after bariatric surgery.
Your kidneys rarely get much thought, yet they do a lot to keep you healthy.
March brings St. Patrick’s Day. While you can’t get away from the wearing o’ the green, you can make a break from tradition at the table. Here are three recipes with a twist on the usual St. Patrick’s Day fare.
Melanoma isn’t the most common form of skin cancer, but it’s the deadliest. It’s also more likely to grow and spread than other types of skin cancer. On average, one American dies from melanoma every hour.
Chances are you’ve heard about Botox® and facial fillers, but knowing what you need to combat the aging process can often be overwhelming and intimidating.
We’ll have nine rest stops ready to help you refuel during the BayCare Clinic Century Bayshore to Lakeshore bike ride on Saturday, June 2. One is at a winery.