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June 4, 2012 If you’ve wanted to golf but found it too difficult due a physical disability, or if you’ve golfed in the past but don’t anymore because you find it too difficult due to a life-changing event such a... more »»

Rest for the flood weary

May 28, 2012 There may not have been any direct human fatalities from last summer’s flood, but D. more »»

Helping with horses

May 21, 2012 Instead of laying on a couch and talking to a therapist, another option would be to work out your problems in an arena with horses through this fairly new program Serenity Therapeutic Equine Program... more »»

Check your car seats

March 12, 2012 For the first time since October, a car seat check will be held in Minot. The First District Health Unit will be sponsoring a free car seat checkup Tuesday from 3 to 6 p.m. more »»

Going gluten free

March 5, 2012 Wheat? Nope. Barley? Uh-uh. Rye? Don’t even think about it. more »»

Making the quit

March 5, 2012 BISMARCK – A new tobacco cessation program name, logo and website for tobacco users who want to quit has been unveiled. On Feb. more »»

UND study suggests smokefree laws decrease incidence of heart attacks

March 5, 2012 A new study performed at the University of North Dakota School of Medicine and Sciences suggests that the implementation of smoke-free laws in public places has reduced the number of heart attacks i... more »»

A flood of depression

February 27, 2012 There are 22 open cases at The Village Family Center right now, the majority being related to the Souris River flood. Since Jan. more »»

Trinity employees honored

February 27, 2012 Longtime employees of Trinity Health were honored on Feb. 21 at a service awards banquet which recognized staff who, last year, hit milestone anniversaries with Trinity. more »»

Brain injury committee to meet

February 27, 2012 A meeting of the North Dakota Department of Human Services’ Traumatic Brain Injury Advisory Committee will be held today from 1:30 to 4 p.m. more »»

Nurse practitioner to give heart-to-heart talk

February 17, 2012 For every minute on the clock, there is a woman who loses her life to heart diseas. more »»

A gift of love

February 17, 2012 To some, it may be a piece of paper, but to the Rev. Cliff Nelson, it is a gift of lov. more »»

Dental health awareness month named

February 17, 2012 February has been named Dental Health Awareness and Prevention Month in North Dakota. more »»

The benefits of Rounding Up

February 13, 2012 A free clinic serving the region exemplifies the spirit of cooperation, making it an ideal candidate for an Operation Round Up grant from members of Verendrye Electric Cooperative. more »»

Department of Health: Most use car seats incorrectly

February 13, 2012 Statistics from the North Dakota Department of Health state that a high majority of people are misusing car seats designed for infants, toddlers and childre. more »»

BRIEFS - Trinity coordinator earns cancer exercise credential

February 13, 2012 Trinity coordinator earns cancer exercise credential The coordinator of Trinity Health’s Exercise Physiology Department has been certified as a cancer exercise trainer. more »»

Raising funds for Habitat

February 6, 2012 The Creating Wellness Expo – an event themed “Be Fit, Eat Right, Think Well” – has raised $1,000 for the local chapter of Habitat for Humanity. more »»

BRIEFS: Proposals sought for recovery mini-grants

February 6, 2012 BISMARCK – The Mental Health and Substance Abuse Services Division of the North Dakota Department of Human Services is requesting applications from eligible organizations for the Recovery Mini-Grant... more »»

Adapting medicine

January 30, 2012 Demographics in the Magic City are changing and because of these changing markets, the need to adapt health care is necessary. This is what Dr. more »»



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