Cycling accidents and the Morel-Lavallée Lesion- don’t tough it out

If you're like me, you tough it out after a bike accident, if nothing seems broken at the time. If you're moving, your first worry is about your bike. Then you'll squirt you're water bottle over the blood draining down your leg, then climb back on the bike (assuming your helmet didn't hit). In my... Continue Reading →

Missions in Mexico-

My kids are in their early 20's. Since they were toddlers, our family has been involved in mission trips to Mexico to build homes for the poor. It has changed our lives. Our first few trips to Mexico were exciting. Our toddler and infant in tow, we followed the Church caravan, having no clue what... Continue Reading →

RSV- How is it different than the Flu?

If your like many folks, the big focus in winter respiratory illness is the flu and you haven't heard of RSV.  Or recently, ,you've started to hear about some folks coming down with RSV or being hospitalized from it. Flu is a really big hitter, especially this year, and gets the media coverage because it's... Continue Reading →

Staying Warm and Toasty With Winter Beers

(Our guest blogger today is Russ Seideman, a home brewer, nationally ranked beer judge, and previous owner of a local brewery in Phoenix, Arizona. And, yeah, he makes great beer!).    Beers described as “winter beers” can come from a variety of historical and cultural origins, but usually share some common traits. First-they are 'big',... Continue Reading →

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