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The Importance of Healthy, Human Contact

The Importance of Healthy, Human Contact

Rita Scholl - Wednesday, July 18, 2018
Often times, people think of human touch as a personally intimate topic. Human contact is important for the body and mind. Touch can create a connection between anyone. For example, when you accidentally step on the back of someone’s shoe, you touch their arm as you apologize. It’s a small gesture that helps drive the sincerity of the apology. Our office manager, Boo, recognizes th  Read More >>
Don't Let Your Back Take The Fall For Summer Water Activities

Don't Let Your Back Take The Fall For Summer Water Activities

Rita Scholl - Wednesday, July 05, 2017
If you’re a Minnesotan, it’s likely that you spend a lot of time outdoors in the summer. While there are plenty of winter outdoor recreational activities, people generally spend less time outdoors in the winter, and unfortunately we tend to see an increase in lethargy. When sunny, warm summer days arrive, people come out of the woodwork and flock to the lake for some much needed vitamin D and   Read More >>
Don't Let Yard Work Become a Pain in Your Neck

Don't Let Yard Work Become a Pain in Your Neck

Rita Scholl - Wednesday, May 03, 2017
The snow is finally gone, signaling that it’s time for Minnesotans to get outside and prep our yards for summer! However, yard work can be physically and mentally stressful. Ever suffered from neck and arm soreness after tilling your garden soil? Or low back achiness from bending over to plant and weed the garden? How about upper back pain from push-mowing your lawn? If springtime yard work ha  Read More >>
The Effects of Stress on Your Body

The Effects of Stress on Your Body

Rita Scholl - Tuesday, April 04, 2017
According to the American Institute of Stress (http://www.stress.org/americas-1-health-problem/), studies have shown that an estimated 75-90% of all visits to primary care physicians stem from stress-related problems. This statistic might sound staggering or inaccurate. What we don’t realize is that stress is attributed to numerous health risks and conditions including: Hypertension   Read More >>

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Paul and Rita Scholl, married for 25 years

In Loving Memory of Paul Scholl

Paul was lost in a tragic hunting accident in November of 2014.
Though we have suffered from his premature death, his spirit remains with us.

"I would like to thank my pastors, Keith and Rachel Willard, of Real Life Christian Fellowship in Bemidji, Minnesota, and pastors Darrell and Marcia Todd of Word-N-Sound Ministries of Northern Minnesota. The love, help, prayer, and guidance they have given me, my children, and my family since the death of my husband, Paul, has made all the difference in our lives." - Rita