University of Wisconsin–Madison Medical College of Wisconsin

Volume 116, Issue 3

August 2017

Biking for Health

Lifestyle activities, including bicycling for active transportation, promote healthy weight and decrease the risk of cardiovascular outcomes, including mortality from cardiovascular disease. Two articles in this issue of WMJ explore initiatives to increase bicycling for health.

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Letter to the Editor
The Problem with US Healthcare: It Ain’t Obamacare!
Macaulay Amechi Chukwukadibia Onuigbo, MD, MSc, FWACP, FASN, MBA

In This Issue
Working With Communities Toward Health Equity
Sarina Schrager, MD, WMJ Associate Editor

As I See It
The Vision Spirit
Justin Yamanuha, MD; Xue Thao Xiong


Biking for Health: Results of a Pilot Randomized Controlled Trial Examining the Impact of a Bicycling Intervention on Lower-Income Adults
Rebecca Bernstein, MD; Robert Schneider, PhD; Whitney Welch, PhD; Anne Dressel, PhD; Melissa DeNomie, MS; Jennifer Kusch, PhD; Mirtha Sosa, BA

Influences of a Church-Based Intervention on Falls Risk Among Seniors
Morgan Briggs, BA; Jeffrey A. Morzinski, PhD, MSW; Julie Ellis, PhD, RN


Wheels for All: Addressing Social Determinants of Health One Bicycle at a Time
Lucas Zellmer, BS; Nathan Fleming, MD, MPH

¡Venga Y Relájese! Pilot Stress Reduction Program for Migrant Latina Women Living in Low-Resource Settings From Milwaukee to Lima
Elizabeth S. Abbs, MD; Maebe Brown, MS; Melissa Lemke, MA; Lauren Bauer, MD, MPH; Steve Ohly, RN, NPC; Cynthia Haq, MD


Recurring Vivid Dreams in an Older Hmong Man with Complex Trauma Experience and Cognitive Impairment
Wajih Askar, MD; Ariba Khan, MD, MPH, AGSF; Soo Borson, MD; Michael L. Malone, MD

Segmental Arterial Mediolysis: An Unusual Case Mistaken to be a Strangulated Hernia
Russell D. Japikse, MD, PhD; James E. Svenson, MD, MS; Perry J. Pickhardt, MD; Michael D. Repplinger, MD, PhD


Looking Back
What Constitutes Prosperity

Dean’s Corner
Embracing Innovation in Medical Education
Elizabeth Petty, MD; Robert N. Golden, MD

MetaStar Matters
Alcohol Use Increasing Among Adults 65 and Older
Jon Glover, LCSW; Jay A. Gold, MD, JD, MPH

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