Articles by "Colin Schaller"

Colin Schaller
Colin Schaller

Colin graduated from Marquette University with a degree in communications and has more than 10 years of experience in small marketing firms to Fortune 500 companies. Colin is married to his wonderful wife, Brooke, and they have two children. Outside of work, Colin enjoys golf, going to the gym, watching movies (he is a Star Wars nerd), tinkering with his home theater and spending time with family and friends.

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How to take your blood pressure at home 
How to take your blood pressure at home
It might seem simple, but these tips can help you get the best readings possible.
Are cysts something to be concerned about? 
Are cysts something to be concerned about?
It is something that is commonly found throughout your body, but they still can cause concern. Anything that looks like a bump and is filled […]
Finding a calling in healthcare 
Finding a calling in healthcare
We all can point to an experience that helped shape our lives. For Mari Herrera, that occurred when she met a nurse caring for her terminally ill mother.
El vínculo positivo entre la cirugía de afirmación de género y la salud mental 
El vínculo positivo entre la cirugía de afirmación de género y la salud mental
Imagine una desconexión entre cómo se ve a usted mismo y cómo le ve el mundo. Imagine la angustia que esto podría causar. Para aproximadamente 1.4 millones de personas en los Estados Unidos, esta es la realidad.
The positive link between gender-affirming surgery and mental health 
The positive link between gender-affirming surgery and mental health
Imagine a disconnect between how you see yourself and how the world sees you. Picture the distress this could cause. For approximately 1.4 million people in the U.S., this is their reality.
Is all that cleaning drying your skin? 
Is all that cleaning drying your skin?
Here are strategies to help prevent and treat skin irritation if it occurs.
Giving the gift of new screens? 
Giving the gift of new screens?
How much screen time is too much?