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Program’s goal to save lives by screening

March 10, 2014 Each year, approximately 380 North Dakotans are diagnosed with colorectal cancer and 140 people will die annually from this disease. more »»

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February 24, 2014 Brain injury committee to meet BISMARCK – The N.D. Department of Human Services’ Traumatic Brain Injury Advisory Committee will meet today from 1 to 3:30 p.. more »»

Cracks in the system

February 17, 2014 With temperatures sitting stagnant at a level below zero day after day, it’s no wonder that our skin is dry, chapped and even worse, cracked. more »»

New hemorrhoid treatment minimizes pain, discomfort

February 17, 2014 They’re often the butt of jokes or cheesy TV ads, but hemorrhoids are no laughing matter for people who endure their unpleasant symptoms. more »»

Be smart about your heart

February 10, 2014 Hearts are seemingly everywhere these days with Valentine’s Day right around the corner, but there’s another kind of heart that needs to be addressed. more »»

Rolla women bring new therapy to region

February 3, 2014 ROLLA — A new health tool is giving Elizabeth Hanson and Rose Grimson of Rolla something more to offer clients with physical conditions that can benefit from additional therapy. more »»

HPV vaccine provides prevention

January 27, 2014 The North Dakota Department of Health is reminding adolescents and adults ages 11 to 26, during January, which is National Cervical Cancer Awareness Month, about the importance of human... more »»

A last act of love for a loved one

January 13, 2014 Death is typically not a topic that most people want to think about, much less talk about, but it’s an important one all the same, and something that all of us will eventually have to face. more »»

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January 13, 2014 Local families urged to ICE seniors’ cell phones As the cold weather blankets the area, a growing number of seniors may find themselves stuck in life-threatening situations. more »»

Help for hepatitis C

December 9, 2013 With the recent outbreak of hepatitis C in Minot, the disease has been a hot topic and has found its way into the spotlight. more »»

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December 9, 2013 Application available now for Medicaid Expansion coverage BISMARCK — Low-income North Dakotans can now apply for the state’s new Medicaid Expansion health care coverage by calling toll-free at... more »»

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November 25, 2013 Trinity conducts Turkey Drive Trinity Health is in the home stretch of a campaign to put turkeys on the tables of needy families this holiday season. more »»

Defeating diabetes with education

November 18, 2013 Nearly 26 million children and adults in the United States have diabetes, according to the American Diabetes Association. more »»

Are you getting 30 minutes of activity?

November 18, 2013 As the weather gets colder and the days shorter, I begin to lose interest in evening walks. It would be easy to turn on the television right after supper and cozy myself under a blanket until bedtime. more »»

Local officers selected to serve on Board of Trustees

November 18, 2013 On Sept. 13, the North Dakota Dental Hygienists’ Association held their 2013 Fall Annual Session at the Hilton Garden Inn in Farg. more »»

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November 4, 2013 LASIK seminar scheduled Nov. 12 Dr. Darrell Williams, an ophthalmologist at Trinity Health in Minot, will offer an informational seminar on laser vision correction Tuesday, Nov. more »»

Stroke rehab is key

October 21, 2013 Stroke impacts every aspect of a person’s life and the sooner he or she gets to the emergency room at the first sign of any of the symptoms, the less of a disability he or she may have afterward. more »»

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October 21, 2013 Phillips certified as executive The Certifying Commission in Medical Management recently designated Dr. Christopher Phillips a Certified Physician Executive. more »»

Get a mammogram, save your life

October 14, 2013 According to Connie Busch, lead mammographer at Trinity Health, one of the most heartbreaking things to face is when a 40-year-old woman comes in for her first mammogram, has no family history of... more »»

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October 14, 2013 Reeve certified with NRCME Trinity Health Occupational Medicine provider Dr. more »»



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