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Brain injury rehab center opens in Milwaukee
MILWAUKEE – The Nexday Brain Injury Rehab Center at Wellspring opened Monday in Milwaukee. The rehab center, which is open due to the collaborative efforts of the Milwaukee Center for Independence and Grace Healthcare, is in Wellspring of Milwaukee at 9350 W. Fond Du Lac Ave.

Roger’s InHealth launches new website
SUMMIT – Rogers InHealth, a corporation of Rogers Behavioral Health System has launched a new website that aims to help eliminate stigma surrounding mental illness through self-empowerment and illuminating recovery, according to a company statement.

Ebb and flow
Jamie Durner, a Brookfield-based Ayurveda natural health practitioner, is all about getting to know yourself. Ayurveda, a traditional system of medicine that began in India more than 5,000 years ago, is a health model that provides the knowledge of how to live your life in harmony with the world.

Sweet dreams
Ringing in the New Year signals the end of the holidays, but often the lingering stress from the season-long frenzy leaves us with an unfortunate side effect — insomnia.

Cross to bear
In the fall of 2001, Milwaukee resident Herbert Raasch was a college student studying criminal justice. Then came Sept. 11, and his life was forever transformed.

Empower yourself: Happiness is an inside job
Personal empowerment is not about having power over others, but rather understanding that you are in charge of your own life. There are many ways that can be done, but here are five of them.

Balancing act
Are you going to the gym more but enjoying it less? If you’re checking out mentally as you are working out, you may not be getting the full benefit from the experience.

Caught in the middle
The leap from elementary to middle school is the beginning of the most stressful time of their young lives. A new school, new rules, new friends and trying to fit in; all of these are of paramount importance to tweens and young teens.

Inside the male mind
A woman drags herself through the door after a long, stress-a-palooza day at work. "What a day! I am so fed up with that job," she tells her husband. His response, generally speaking, is predictable. "Well, quit," he says. That’s not the answer she’s looking for, says Barbara Bartlein of Bay View, psychotherapist and author of "Why Did I Marry You Anyway?" A woman wants her man to simply lend her an ear.

Share the love
The former owner of a family operated manufacturing firm, Peggy Ann experienced a deeply personal crisis that threatened to leave her in despair. That’s when her eldest daughter gave her a wake-up call.

Ain't no mountain
Tom Sabourin climbs mountains, and not just because, as mountaineer George Mallory said, "They’re there." Sabourin climbs mountains because Parkinson’s disease and Alzheimer’s disease are still here.

Brain power
She’s not out to create miniature Einsteins or Mozarts, but Deborah McNelis of New Berlin wants parents to understand the crucial role they play in the brain development of their children.





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