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National Alliance on Mental Illness

November 1, 2010 Beginning in November, a National Alliance on Mental Illness, or NAMI, Connection Recovery support group will be held in Minot. more »»

Transcultural nursing

October 29, 2010 Rhoda Owens, an instructor for the Williston State College nursing program, is taking her students to Tanzania, Africa at the end of the fall semester to experience another country’s health-care... more »»

Project TakeAway

October 25, 2010 By KATINA TENGESDAL, Staff Writer, ktengesdal@minotdailynews. more »»

MEDICAL BRIEFS - Level 2 trauma designation reaffirmed

October 25, 2010 The American College of Surgeons has again re-verified Trinity Hospital as a Level 2 trauma center. The approval follows a site visit in August by the group’s Verification Review Committee. more »»

Barefoot run

October 18, 2010 JOPLIN, Mo. – As Kelly Blotter passes by on the trail through Landreth Park, one of the most noticeable differences is the sound that’s made. Or the lack of it, actually. more »»

Pacing one’s pet

October 11, 2010 WEST LAFAYETTE, Ind. (AP) — The 8-year-old yellow Labrador lies obediently on the stainless steel exam table, tail wagging, as D. more »»

Ask a midwife

October 4, 2010 Shawn Brooking, registered nurse and certified nurse midwife has joined the midwife practice at Trinity Health. more »»

Pregnancy task force

September 27, 2010 When a teen first suspects a pregnancy, seeking services may be the last thing on her mind. Teens may try to conceal it or go into denial that it’s happening. more »»


September 20, 2010 Collecting too much stuff can happen to anyone. When the problem turns to compulsive hoarding and affects a person’s daily life, intervention and help is needed. more »»

Sander speaks at symposium

September 18, 2010 Molly Sander, immunization program manager for the state health department, spoke Friday at the Symposium on Perinatal Medicine and Women’s Healthcare about the importance of vaccinations for infant... more »»

National Nutrition Expert speaks at Trinity Hospital

September 17, 2010 Sylvia Escott-Stump, president-elect of the American Diabetic Association, spoke Thursday at Trinity Health’s 30th annual Symposium on Perinatal Medicine and Women’s Healthcare. more »»

Flashing those pearly whites on BROADWAY

September 13, 2010 Dentists Stanley Hirst and Bethany Jensen will begin an expanded dental practice in Minot. more »»

Weight loss success

September 5, 2010 For Rick Nelson of Minot and Chris Williamson of Williston, weight loss surgery was a physician-recommended way to alleviate health conditions by helping them shed extra weight they were unable to... more »»

Packing a healthy lunch

September 4, 2010 Bagged lunches can be a good option for students who prefer to eat food from home or for people on the go. more »»

Clinic purchase will make more services available

September 3, 2010 The Johnson Clinic, with locations in Rugby, Dunseith, Maddock and Towner, has been purchased by the Heart of America Medical Center in Rugby. The official agreement was signed Aug. more »»

Expectant parents host a SEX PARTY (it's not what you think)

August 30, 2010 ATLANTA – We called it a "sex party." But it’s not what you think. My wife, Sheryl, and I never hesitated on whether we wanted to find out the sex of our baby. more »»

BRIEFS - - UND names physician assistant program director

August 30, 2010 Jeanie McHugo has been named program director for the Physician Assistant Program in the Department of Family and Community Medicine at the University of North Dakota School of Medicine and Health... more »»

Addressing acne

August 23, 2010 Acne can have deep psychological and physical effects for adolescents and teens. more »»

Get the kids up-to-date

August 14, 2010 The back-to-school routine for many parents includes shopping for school clothes and school supplies. more »»

Children’s hospice

August 13, 2010 Children who have a life-limiting diagnosis and their families can now benefit from services available through the North Dakota Medicaid program. more »»



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