THE DULLUM FILE What Would Monk Do?
One lasting thing this pandemic will leave behind with us, I believe, will be a new regard for cleanliness. In addition to social distancing, we're told day after day, to wash our hands. It's like a m... Posted on 4/16/20 at 9:53 AM
STAFF BLOG BISON MEDIA BLOG A mid-summer look at the SHAC
Got a tour from NDSU athletic director Matt Larsen this afternoon of the construction progress of the Sanford Health Athletic Complex, formerly the Bison Sports Arena. Although the Scheels Arena court... Posted on 7/8/15 at 4:27 PM
NIE ROCKS! Cyberbullying and Spreading Rumors
Cyberbullying is one of the fastest growing, and most dangerous, kinds of bullying. Cyberbullying is defined as willful and repeated harm inflicted through the use of computers, cell phones and other ... Posted on 10/22/10 at 8:00 AM
U of M researchers move sickle cell disease study to California
MINNEAPOLIS – A year ago, University of Minnesota researchers received a $9.5 million grant from the National Institutes of Health to study pain in patients with sickle cell disease.
Christopher Snowbeck, St. Paul Pioneer Press
May 26, 2014
DEAR CAROL: Is it common for people with dementia to be afraid of falling? My mother has Alzheimer’s. She gets around with a walker but she needs assistance. I can understand an elderly person’s fear of falling because injuries can be so serious but she seems abnormally afraid.
FARGO - With a little prompting from her granddaughter, Susan Helgeland got her first tattoo at age 69. She chose a turtle. When she showed it to Mandan tribal member Cory Spotted Bear while she was in Twin Buttes, N.D., for a “bridging cultures” session, he told her, “That’s the Mandan symbol for Mother Earth.”
BISMARCK – Inside Sanford Health’s new mobile clinic, Amanda Van Sickle scanned her arm with a high-definition camera as a doctor more than 400 miles away in Sioux Falls, S.D., watched on a TV monitor.
Mike Nowatzki, Forum News Service
May 20, 2014
ST. PAUL – Cathleen Zelinski was eager to visit her family in North Carolina but didn’t know how she would manage the flight with her granddaughter, Aleena. Zelinski and her husband have raised the now 4-year-old since birth. Aleena is on the autism spectrum, doesn’t speak and wanders off. She gets easily overwhelmed by new experiences, and Zelinski worried about meltdowns in the airport.
Maja Beckstrom, St. Paul Pioneer Press
May 18, 2014
WASHINGTON – Anne Mahlum believes running can empower people to better their lives.
The 33-year-old woman is so dedicated to the cause she started her own nonprofit, Back on My Feet, to help those struggling with homelessness gain the confidence they need to take the steps necessary to get off the streets.
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