Menopause marks the end of the menstrual cycle, which for many women is a cause for celebration in itself. Beyond the temporary physical discomforts some experience during menopause, there are important benefits to the new stage of life into which you’re headed.
Skin infections, particularly in athletes, are a serious concern. Statistics show they account for up to 10 percent of time-loss injuries in some sports and can cause serious illness.
Having a baby brings a mix of emotions including feeling excited, scared and overwhelmed. Some women experience more intense feelings, which could be signs of postpartum depression.
Signs to watch for include:
· Feeling foggy and having difficulty completing tasks
“God created man in his image; in the divine image, he created them: male and female he created them.” Genesis 1:27
The Ripon Medical Center Auxiliary is hosting its third annual spring flower sale. Proceeds will support Ripon Medical Center programs and student scholarships.
St. Agnes Hospital has been named by Healthgrades as one of the 250 recipients of its 2018 Distinguished Hospital Award for Clinical Excellence.
Agnesian HealthCare welcomes Emily Strahota, PA-C, a certified physician assistant, to Ripon Medical Center, 845 Parkside Street. She is now accepting new patients, and joins Drs. Bert Callahan and Jeffrey Meincke.
Agnesian HealthCare Volunteer Services is seeking high school and college students who want to make a difference, earn service hours for school, help others or just get out of the house for a bit this summer.
The accreditation committee of the College of American Pathologists (CAP) has award accreditation to Consultants Laboratory of Wisconsin, LLC, based on results of a recent on-site inspection as part of the CAP’s Accreditation Programs.
The Ripon Medical Center Auxiliary will host a Collective Goods book fair from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. on Thursday, February 22 at Ripon Medical Center, 845 Parkside Street.