May-June 2018 | Volume 101 | Issue 3
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ON THE COVER
The focus on nutrition, exercise, stress-reduction and more is a specialty for some physicians, a basic part of patient care for others.
BY HEATHER BEAL
Weight loss for physicians
Katrina Ubell, MD, left clinical practice and started an online coaching program that became an almost instant success.
BY LINDA PICONE
Leisure lifestyle of the Mayo brothers
Charles and William Mayo made sure they lived in balance with work and play.
BY RODNEY DIESER, PHD, AND RENEE ZIEMER, BA
CLINICAL AND HEALTH AFFAIRS
Maternal manganese exposure and subsequent infant cognition
BY NEELY C. MILLER, BS; PATRICIA M. MCGOVERN, PHD, MPH; IRINA STEPANOV, PHD; SHANNON M. SULLIVAN, MPH, MS; STEVEN J. MONGIN, MS; RAGHAVENDRA RAO, MD; AND MICHAEL GEORGIEFF, MD
Early recognition, management and outcome of a large subgaleal hemorrhage in a neonate at birth
BY VINAYAK NADAR, MD, AND ASHAJYOTHI M SIDDAPPA, MD
Meckel’s diverticulum: Not just a pediatric diagnosis
BY CLAIRE JANSSON-KNODELL, MD, AND DANTE SCHIAVO, MD
When patients listen
If we want to help people change lifestyle habits, we may need to offer examples rather than words
BY CHARLES MEYER, MD
Rowing for fun, fitness and friendship
Joseph Alfano, MD, took up rowing to find new friends. He got a lot more.
Helping patients care for themselves
BY CARMEN PEOTA
Juniper helps patients take charge of their own health with community programs.
BY SARA LINDQUIST
The MMA's report on policy, people and politics
The Physician Advocate | MMA NEWS
Adverse Childhood Experiences
Childhood trauma impacts the health and well being of thousands of Minnesotans.
BY HELEN KIM, MD, AND SYL JONES, BA
Toenails and teenage dramas
BY CARLY DAHL, MD