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Rural rescue

August 8, 2011 JAMESTOWN (AP) – It’s been a tough five years for LaMoure resident Connie Willey. She’s served her community as an emergency medical technician for 20 years. more »»

Project Renew

August 1, 2011 The federal government awarded a $730,894 grant to the North Dakota Department of Human Services to provide confidential crisis counseling and emotional support to flood-impacted residents of... more »»

Moving forward

July 25, 2011 Independence, Inc. more »»

Prescribing generic

July 11, 2011 TULSA, Okla. (AP) — Tulsa veterinarian Steven Hodges often likens his work to that of a pediatrician. more »»

Finding ways to cope

July 4, 2011 Della McAllister has been asked many questions about family mental health and well-being during the Souris River flooding. more »»

COLUMN: Children and flooding

June 25, 2011 Kids and water are usually a pretty good combination. more »»

Responding to stroke

June 20, 2011 Registered nurse Jerilyn Alexander has been named stroke coordinator for Trinity Hospita. more »»

Flood recovery

June 13, 2011 With the high water table, many area residents are dealing with the problem of water in their basement. Mold can begin growing under wet conditions within 48 hours, so cleanup is of high importanc. more »»

COLUMN - Take care of yourself during flood

June 13, 2011 Water causes more than property damage. It brings a flood of emotions. How we deal with the emotional flood may affect how well we recover from natural disasters. more »»

A half-century of healing

June 6, 2011 AUSTIN, Texas (AP) — Hung over, miserable from the heat and a relentless West Texas sun, Larry Don Greenway says he was 18 or 19 when he had his epiphany on a dusty summer day working as welder’s... more »»

Prosthetics

May 30, 2011 Great Plains Rehabilitation Services recently moved to a new location for its Minot outreach clinic. Great Plains, which formerly operated out of Keycare Medical, now operates out of St. more »»

Ergonomically correct

May 23, 2011 Allan G. Pearson, owner of Maintenance Plus in Minot, added on to his building in the past year; and knew some changes needed to be made to further improve his employees’ safety. more »»

Birth control

May 16, 2011 The wide variety of birth control options available not only serve to aid in family planning, but can help women looking to regulate their menstrual cycles and ease menstrual symptoms. more »»

WalkMinot 2011

May 9, 2011 Minot Area Team Wellness is gearing up for spring with the announcement of WalkMinot 2011, a series of community walks that will be held this spring and summer at different locations throughout Minot. more »»

Fighting Crohn’s

May 2, 2011 Jon Haskins, a 16-year-old sophomore at Minot’s Central Campus, is dealing with more than the typical teenage worries. more »»

Losin' it at work

April 18, 2011 MLT Vacations in Minot recently held a “Biggest Loser” challenge, inspired by the TV series of the same name, to keep employees healthy and to help motivate others. more »»

Robotic surgery

April 11, 2011 Trinity Health introduced the da Vinci Si HD Surgical System to the region last July, and was the first hospital in the region to begin a robotic surgery progra. more »»

On the cutting edge

April 4, 2011 Trinity Health welcomed Dr. Christopher Phillips, cardiovascular and thoracic surgeon, on March 1. more »»

Raising a preemie

March 28, 2011 NEW YORK -- My wife, Ivandy, wasn’t due to deliver our son for another three months when her water broke. We rushed to the hospital where doctors said our baby’s world was drying up around him. more »»

Poison prevention

March 21, 2011 As the time for spring cleaning and spending more time outdoors arrives, the North Dakota Department of Health is encouraging citizens to take measures to avoid accidental poisoning. more »»

 
 

 

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