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The stories below provide an inside look at our physicians, staff and include numerous resources for our patients and the community.

Everything You Need To Know About School Physicals

The ultimate goal of school physicals is to make sure your child is safe and healthy for the upcoming school year. These annual visits are a surefire way to way to keep tabs on your child’s health, get their official growth statistics, and have a real conversation with their doctor about any concerns, questions, or changes to look for in the upcoming year.

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Summer Injuries and How to Avoid Them

Summer is the time for relaxing by the pool, grilling out, camping, and enjoying the beautiful outdoors. We at Family Health Care of Siouxland don’t want you to be stuck inside during these sunny days because of injuries that could have possibly been prevented. Sometimes simply being aware of avoidable injuries can make all the difference.

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7 Pinch-free Ways to Get More Greens In Your Belly

We may get our fill of green on St. Patrick’s Day, but all of us at Family Health Care of Siouxland want you to think green every day of the year. Whether you are trying to whittle down your “pot of gold” or just want to see more colors of the rainbow in your diet, these seven recipes are sure to help you shine. Good luck!

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3 Tips To Improve Heart Health

Has the shine worn off of your New Year’s Resolutions yet? You’re not alone. Contrary to popular belief, a habit isn’t formed in 21 days. In fact, some people believe habit formation is a constant process. For it not to feel like work, you have to see, feel, and remind yourself of the value. You have to embrace it’s “why” and form your own when, what, and how every single day.

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5 One-Word New Year’s Resolutions You’ll Feel Good About Keeping

Everyone at Family Health Care of Siouxland wants you to have the best 2017 possible, and we all agree that New Year’s resolutions aren’t always the best way to do it. Too often, people (ourselves included) make our yearly goals too difficult, too lengthy, and too unrealistic. And this is why we’re encouraging simple one-word goals you can throw into your everyday life. Whether you write them on index cards or stick them as daily reminders on your smartphone, the important thing is to make your goals easy to remember, recite, and repeat.

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