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The study says recognizing the importance of spirituality in the lives of African Americans may lead to a reduction of heart health disparities.
Town hall on health care in rural Minnesota looks into structural solutions for a looming crisis in outstate hospitals, one that could soon leave small towns struggling to provide the basics of care.
Dr. Matt Penz, who launched Penz Dental Care in 2016, has added two new dentists – Dr. Christina Pauley and Dr. David Wold – to his team.
Single mothers who reported inconsistent access to food in their chilhood were more likely to pressure their children to eat when not hungry, and to worry about their children's weight.
How would I cope without sugar, my constant companion when feeling sad, mad, tired or lonely? When life was too much, what would I do without Betty Crocker, my good friends at the Reese’s factory and Ben and Jerry? Was I supposed to just sit there, gnaw through celery sticks and FEEL things?
Agtegra Cooperative provides grain rescue training for workers in its many locations, as well as a close-up rescue drill exposure for medical students at the University of South Dakota. Agtegra and USD also are supporters of a new program that provides training and a “ditch kit” for rural people who help if someone is injured.

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Sam Nelson became a chiropractor after experiencing sports-related injuries. Now, he's helping treat the country's best wrestlers.
Expanded monthly service is being added to the clinic, which is designed to provide acute care and long-term treatment for uninsured residents in Olmsted County.
Even though wastewater surveillance is proving to be the most accurate and economical way to gauge COVID activity in communities across the country, funding for this type of tracking hasn’t been consistent. And data collection is sometimes paused while wastewater researchers look for new ways to pay for the surveillance. Besides COVID, the technique is being used to track the spread of monkeypox.

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