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Wishing You Well is a newsletter featuring health information of interest to women of all ages. Enjoy health news from GRHS experts and healthy recipes delivered straight to your inbox, eight times each year. You can review past issues of Wishing You Well by clicking the links below.

Past Issues

August 2014 (Ear infections, meet Sheryl Bartholow, FNP-BC, dizziness, carrots)

June 2014 (Moles and skin tags, meet the ER physicians, dragon fruit)

April 2014 (Preparing to get pregnant, pregnancy and sleep, pelvic floor muscles, pineapple)

February 2014 (Heart disease, cardiology questions, cardiac rehab, olive oil)

December 2013 (Frostbite, winter safety, pomegranate)

November 2013 (Flu season, our new hematologist and oncologist, pumpkin)

September 2013 (Living well, health benefits of water, kale)

August 2013 (Pelvic pain, MyChart, sweet corn)

June 2013 (Foot care, sun safety, strawberries)

May 2013 (Pain management during childbirth, meet our obstetrics providers, pregnancy foods)

March 2013 (Establishing healthy habits, BMI and body shape, dishes with fishes)

February 2013 (Going gluten-free, food allergy vs. intolerance, gluten-free recipes)

GRHS News & Events is a periodic email bulletin about upcoming events and news from GRHS. Learn about upcoming community Health Talks and health-related events, flu immunization clinics, new providers and services at GRHS, and more!

It’s health news you can use.

Past Issues

Allina Health to manage GRHS ambulance service (June 13, 2014)

Urgent Care is now open (Mar. 31, 2014)

Nurse midwife joins Lester Prairie Clinic (Mar. 21, 2014)

Say “BOO!” to the flu (Oct. 31, 2013)

Join us this week at the McLeod County Fair (Aug. 12, 2013)


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