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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 »»

Play it safe

August 22, 2011 CHICAGO (AP) — Playing sports in hot, steamy weather is safe for healthy children and teen athletes, so long as precautions are taken and the drive to win doesn’t trump common sense, the nation’s... more »»

Behind the scenes

August 15, 2011 Medcor, Inc. is a designated FEMA response team, and provides onsite health and injury triage service. more »»

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 »»



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