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Indoor Air Quality month focuses on secondhand smoke effects

October 22, 2012 BISMARCK — Week three of Indoor Air Quality month, October, is secondhand smoke awareness week and the North Dakota Department of Health said it’s a great time to remind families about the negative... more »»

Medical announcements 10-22-12

October 22, 2012 MEDICAL ANNOUNCEMENT Independence In. more »»

Avoiding injury a balancing act

October 15, 2012 October is national physical therapy month and to celebrate, First Choice Physical Therapy held a fall prevention and balance screening event on Thursday at Edgewood Vista. From 1 to 3 p.m. more »»

Wellness briefs

October 15, 2012 State council awards grants to local organizations BISMARCK — The N.D. more »»

Screening for a longer life

October 8, 2012 Because a long, full life doesn’t just happen, according to the poster for the upcoming event, the UND Center for Family Medicine is hosting breast and cervical cancer screenings during three... more »»

Wellness briefs

October 8, 2012 Sanford to offer flu vaccinations Sanford Health is reminding community members that the best way to protect them from and to avoid spreading the flu virus is to get a vaccination. more »»

Focus on staying fit after 50

October 1, 2012 There are some 78 million Baby Boomers who have redefined aging and are more educated, wealthy and tech savvy than their parents or any other generation before them. more »»

An outdoor path to fitness

September 24, 2012 The Minot Family YMCA is looking to take part of their fitness facility outside for the entire community to use and enjoy. more »»

Beating diabetes with a Zumba beat

September 17, 2012 By JILL HAMBEK Staff Writer It will take more than a dance beat to beat diabetes, but an event taking place this week will help raise awareness of the disease. more »»

Wellness briefs

September 17, 2012 Minot YMCA gets new training equipment The Minot Family YMCA received $2,500 from the Wells Fargo Foundation for the purchase of five new CPR training manikins, according to a news release. more »»

Putting a ‘SHINE’ on ADD/ADHD

September 10, 2012 There’s a new approach to managing the challenges that come along with attention-deficit disorder (ADD) and attention-deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) and Cornerstone Chiropractic: A Creating... more »»

Autism spectrum disorder task force to meet Sept. 12 in Bismarck

September 10, 2012 BISMARCK– The autism spectrum disorder task force will meet Wednesday, Sept. 12, 2012, from 10:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. in Conference Room 1 at West Central Human Service Center, 1237 W. Divide Ave. more »»

West Nile awareness

September 3, 2012 By There haven’t been as many mosquitoes in the air this season as other ones, but that doesn’t mean it’s clear sailing against cases of West Nile virus. more »»

Wellness briefs

September 3, 2012 Nurse to manage heart program Pamela Kolschefski, a registered nurse with 16 years of nursing experience, has been named case manager of Trinity Health’s HeartLine Tel-Assurance program, according t... more »»

Lose weight — or diet trying

August 20, 2012 Bacon is okay to eat while being on one diet and not okay to eat while being on another diet. Foods low in fat are better than foods with no fat. And every food is okay in moderation. more »»

Move, improve with Zumba or yoga

August 13, 2012 There won’t be any lab rats or chemicals involved in an upcoming research project being conducted by two professors from Minot State University, but there will be some exercising and memory... more »»

Be wise immunize against whooping cough

August 6, 2012 It can start out innocent and mimic symptoms of the common cold or bronchitis, but if the cough lasts longer than 14 days, there’s a possibility that it could be pertussis, commonly known as whoopin... more »»

Walking out of the darkness

July 30, 2012 Minot’s Out of the Darkness Community Walk to Prevent Suicide had to be canceled last year due to the flood, but the walk will be back this year on Sept. more »»

Seeing everything - for the first time with both eyes

July 23, 2012 In the span of about two hours on Tuesday morning, my entire outlook on life literally changed for the better. more »»

Putting art in people’s lives

July 9, 2012 Some people use writing or horses or physical activity as their therapy, while others use art. more »»



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