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Stroke numbers on the rise

December 10, 2012 It can come on quickly with or without warning signs and can strike anyone regardless of age, race or gender. Recovery is possible, but not guaranteed. more »»

Wellness announcements 12-10

December 10, 2012 SUPPORT GROUPS A.A. Numerous meetings throughout the week across the region. Visit the website at ( for information about places and times. more »»

Healthy holiday eating

December 3, 2012 If you’re still feeling guilty about that gorge-a-thon you went on over Thanksgiving that nearly made you lapse into a food coma — effectively making you not want to look at a turkey or its trimming... more »»

Wellness briefly

December 3, 2012 Trinity stroke program receives dual honor Trinity Health has received two-fold recognition for its stroke care, according to a press release. more »»

Warning signs of Alzheimer’s

November 19, 2012 Forgetting which day it is and remembering later is a typical age-related change, whereas losing track of the date or the season is sign of dementia or Alzheimer’s disease, according to the... more »»

Dept. of Human Services names financial officer

November 19, 2012 BISMARCK – The North Dakota Department of Human Services has appointed Deb McDermott as chief financial officer, according to a news release. more »»

The war on diabetes

November 12, 2012 The latest statistics say that if one parent has Type 2 diabetes, their child is 60 percent likely to get it as well. more »»

Wellness briefly

November 12, 2012 New executive director named at Brentmoor Kim Mathwich has joined Brentmoor Assisted Living as the executive director, according to a news releas. more »»

Medical announcements 11-12-12

November 12, 2012 The Ward County AARP Chapter No. 522 will host a program called “Medicare Part D Basics,” Nov. 13 from 1 to 3 p.m. in the Parker Senior Center. The speaker is Merry Green. more »»

Finding a treatment that works best for you

November 5, 2012 Not every treatment for what ails someone will work for the next person, and the treatment that helped you the most might not help someone else. more »»

Wellness briefly

November 5, 2012 Advisory Council on Drugs, Alcohol to meet Nov. 7 BISMARCK – The Governor’s Prevention Advisory Council on Drugs and Alcohol will meet in Bismarck on Wednesday from 1:30 to 4 p.m. more »»

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 »»



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