Farmers' markets are a long-time Wisconsin tradition. It's hard to resist the amazing smells, friendly faces, and wide array of beautiful foods and crafts. Farmers' markets as we know them won't be around this summer, but they'll still be there, and if you do a little research and practice safety, you can still enjoy products … Continue reading Local foods and rich family history
By Blog Coordinator Meghan Randolph Fred Ross and friends pedaling away! National Bike Month is almost over, but with summer coming up, it's a great time to cycle through the lush green trees and feel the breeze! SAIL Member Fred Ross has been biking for years. I caught him on the phone just as he … Continue reading Pedal your way through summer!
By Alan Lukazewski, Director of Clinical Pharmacy at NeuGen Health and SAIL Operating Council Member (volunteer) Although we have made great strides in treating high blood pressure, also called hypertension, it still remains a problem in the U.S, especially in older adults. Uncontrolled hypertension is a major contributor to stroke. Strokes are the leading cause … Continue reading High blood pressure: An important message from your pharmacist
By Veronica H. Heide, Au.D. Audiologist with Audible Difference, LLC in Madison When we think about how we hear, most of us think about our ears. While our ears sense and convert sounds into electrical signals that our brain can process, it is our brain that is responsible for interpreting what we hear. As … Continue reading Guest blog: It’s what goes on between your ears that matters
By SAIL Professional Services Member Debby Deutsch, Patient Care Partners, LLC 608-445-5431 April 16 is dedicated to prompting thoughts and conversations about advance care planning. What are your thoughts about end of life wishes, and who would help you communicate your wishes if you are no longer able to? It’s vital that the … Continue reading Guest Blog: National Healthcare Decisions Day