Have a Safe & Healthy Game Day Celebration

Whether you are having or going to a party, these tips provide a healthy game plan. Eat Healthy Avoid a false start with fattening foods. Eat healthy snacks and drink water before the celebration, or better yet, take healthy snacks with you to prevent overindulging. Hosting the party? Add healthy snacks to your menu instead […]

Eating Disorders Awareness and Treatment

Eating Disorders have the highest mortality rate of any mental health disorder with reports of 30 million Americans suffering from an eating disorder sometime in their life. It is one of the most difficult illnesses since it includes both aspects of mental health as well as medical and nutritional health. Due to this complexity, a […]

Heavy-Duty Nutrient

Gift your body with more oxygen and pump up your diet with iron-rich foods Pump it up! Iron is an essential mineral in keeping our blood healthy. Iron is carried by hemoglobin, a protein found in red blood cells which transport oxygen from the lungs to the rest of the body. The nutrient is also […]

Mercy Medical Center Program Offers Cancer Patients Exercise, Social Support

Maintaining a healthy lifestyle, while dealing with a cancer diagnosis, can be difficult, and often lonely. To help people throughout their cancer journey, Mercy Medical Center in Oshkosh offers PEACE (People Exercising After Cancer Enters), a free exercise and relaxation program for people who have cancer or are cancer survivors. Participants meet from 1-3 p.m. […]

Project SEARCH Kicks Off in Oshkosh

  Project SEARCH is a collaborative employment program between the Oshkosh Area High Schools, Mercy Medical Center, Division of Vocational Rehabilitation, and Goodwill Industries.  This program works on improving skills, reaching career goals, and being able to implement these goals in the work field. The Project SEARCH interns started their first job rotations at Mercy […]

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