Order the September Issue: Living Well in Madison

The September issue of Madison Magazine features stories about living well in Madison, including Top Nurses and Top Dentists.
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Cover illustration by Jessie Lin. Nurse photo by Patrick Stutz.

Out of 2,300 mid-sized cities in the U.S., Madison was named No. 1 in Livability’s Top 100 Best Places to Live in America for the second year in a row. This designation inspired Madison Magazine’s “Living Well in Madison” issue. This September edition provides a few entry points that might help you experience a life well-lived in Madison. Every story is a window into Madison, good and bad, highlighting incredible people, interesting activities and important topics and disparities.

Pick up the issue on newsstands the first week of September or order a single copy of the issue here.

Some additional September stories include:

Top Nurses: Madison Magazine’s biennial Top Nurses feature spotlights six local nurses nominated by peers and patients for their outstanding work in the categories of practice, leadership and innovation.
Top Dentists: Find out which area dentists made the list.
The Care Gap:
 In Dane County, the majority white population, at 85%, has dramatically different health outcomes than the 5.7% Black population. Gaps in life expectancy, premature death and infant mortality are just a few of the telling statistics. This feature takes a look at the existing racial inequalities and health care disparities that lead up to those health outcomes and what people are doing about them.
Al Fresco Art: Dane County PLein Air Painters set up their easels around the area to capture beautiful landscapes.
En Garde!: Cracovia School of Foil Fencing puts the art in athleticism.
Creating Covet: How developing a health and wellness journal for other Black moms saved Sagashus Levingston.
Doughnuts: The breakfast loophole that allows us to eat dessert first.
Roll Out The Barrel: A list of cicerone-selected Oktoberfest beers.

Order the issue here.

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