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Doing good works

December 5, 2011 When you drive under the skywalk at Trinity Hospital at night this season, you can thank the Trinity Health Auxiliary for putting a little sparkle in your evening commut. more »»

Doctor: Interstitial cystitis can strike without warning

December 5, 2011 While he was serving his residency at the Grand Rapids Medical Education and Research Center in Michigan, Dr. more »»

BRIEFS - Grant money to improve pharmacy

December 5, 2011 RUGBY – The Heart of America Medical Center will soon have a new technological addition to its pharmacy. more »»

Keeping the pounds off

November 21, 2011 As a high school student in Dickinson, Doug McHenry was your average athlete. He was tight end and linebacker on the football team, and he was also on the wrestling tea. more »»

Preemies

November 14, 2011 It was a regular Friday at Trinity Hospital on Nov. 4. However, by day’s end, there were 14 births, including a set of twins and triplets. more »»

Longtime Trinity nurse retires

November 14, 2011 The director of Clinical Excellence and Patient Safety at Trinity Hospital is retiring. Alyce Killmer will be retiring after 44 years with Trinity Healt. more »»

Bowls for Babies

November 7, 2011 Michelle Fundingsland has been involved with the March of Dimes and its annual fundraiser, Bowls For Babies, since it has been going on in Minot. more »»

BRIEFS - Trinity Foundation gets cardiac funding

November 7, 2011 It was a first for North Dakota recently when the Trinity Health Foundation received a $75,000 grant from the William Randolph Hearst Foundation to support Trinity’s rural cardiac care initiative. more »»

Happy, healthier Halloween

October 31, 2011 CHICAGO (AP) -- Offer apples to trick-or-treaters and risk having your house get egged -- maybe even by your own kid. more »»

Working through it

October 24, 2011 Many say that writing is a form of therapy. Lisa Goldade, a guidance counselor at Minot-Central Campus, can be counted as one of that many. more »»

Rethinking vitamins

October 17, 2011 Two studies this week raised gnawing worries about the safety of vitamin supplements and a host of questions. more »»

Pursuing her mission

October 10, 2011 MOHALL -- Those who had watched “Northern Exposure” on television in the 1990s are probably familiar with the plot: a New York City medical student is forced to work in the Alaskan community that... more »»

New center planned

October 3, 2011 BELCOURT – Dialysis patients here on the Turtle Mountain Reservation were ready, with ceremonial golden shovels in hand, to break ground for something that would help them survive. On Sept. more »»

BRIEFS - Advanced Imaging Center opening set

October 3, 2011 Trinity Health will host an open house for its new Advanced Imaging Center at the Town & Country Center Tuesday, from 5 to 8 p.m. more »»

Chase away winter blues

September 26, 2011 If you live in North Dakota, it is possible that you have seasonal affective disorder, or seasonal depression. more »»

Second oral, maxillofacial center to open in Minot

September 26, 2011 A second clinic for oral and facial surgery will soon be opened by Trinity Health. The Oral & Maxillofacial Reconstruction Center is scheduled to open today. more »»

Making connections

September 19, 2011 Sixteen-year-old McKayla Huesers had just started her job as a nursing assistant at Garrison Memorial Hospital when she had a chance to influence how newcomers like herself are trained and certified... more »»

Women’s Wellness Expo set

September 19, 2011 BISMARCK – Mikey Hoeven, former first lady of North Dakota, continues to make women’s health issues a priority as she hosts the “Women’s Wellness Expo” (previously the “Women’s Health Summit”) on Oct. more »»

Outraged readers hoping to 'save Maggie'

September 5, 2011 NEW YORK (AP) – Messages of good health and positive self-esteem for girls aren’t hard to come by in kid lit, so what’s the deal with all the attention for a not-yet-published rhyming picture book... more »»

High-speed care

August 29, 2011 In a spectacular turnabout, hospitals are treating almost all major heart attack patients within the recommended 90 minutes of arrival, a new study finds. more »»

 
 

 

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