Monthly Archives: August 2013

Back-to-School Advice

Dr. Kathryn Cahill of the Meriter West Washington clinic gave back-to-school advice on WKOW’s Wake Up Wisconsin.

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Meriter Patient Beating Diabetes

originally published on Fox47.com Watch the Fox47 Story MADISON- Diabetes is a growing problem in the US. More than 25.8 million adults and children are living with diabetes, while more than 7 million of those are undiagnosed. A local retired … Continue reading

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Healthy Back-to-School Snacks

Recipes recommended by Dietitian Krista Kohls and featured on WISC-TV. No-Bake Energy Bites  Makes about 20-25 balls Ingredients 1 cup (dry) oatmeal (I used old-fashioned oats) 2/3 cup toasted coconut flakes 1/2 cup peanut butter or almond butter or soynut … Continue reading

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Welcome Dr. David Daiga

The Meriter Medical Group would like to welcome David Daiga, MD to the Meriter Specialty Clinic. He is the third Neurologist on staff, joining Dr. Ross Levine and Dr. Stephanie Rothman. Dr. Daiga was always drawn to the fields of … Continue reading

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Gallbladder Removal Through the Belly Button

Meriter is proud to announce its entire Meriter Medical Group General Surgery team now offers a single-incision approach to gallbladder surgery. Dr. Susan Toth, Dr. Kenneth Foster and Dr. Daniel Mansfield are the only surgeons offering single-site surgery in the … Continue reading

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Donate to the Community Blanket and Diaper Drive

Meriter is pleased to host a Community Blanket and Diaper Drive from August 1–31 in partnership with the UW’s Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology (OBGYN). The Healthy Women, Healthy Babies Fund actively works with women of all ages and communicate the importance of … Continue reading

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Yoga is in Full Bloom

The wholesome benefits of this ancient health practice are found in scientific journals, fitness periodicals and wellness magazines. But the stated advantages are true. With few exceptions, yoga is healthy for every one of every shape, size and fitness level. … Continue reading

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Six Reasons to Go Soda Free

As the days get warmer, we often find ourselves reaching for a nice cold beverage.  For many of us, that is often a soda. Did you know that soda is the no. 1 source of added sugar in the American … Continue reading

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