By Beth Ankeny, CNP, Family Medicine Now that Valentine’s Day is over and the conversation hearts and assorted chocolates in the cute heart-shaped boxes are on clearance, it is time to talk about the heart that really gets your blood pumping. Coincidentally, it is also around this time many people have “fallen off the wagon”...
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Cardiac rehab gives people confidence to recover after a cardiac event. Evidence shows that there is a two-way relationship between heart disease and mental health.
A brief review of health equity, the role of our Health Equity Committee, and collaboration beyond the health system's walls for each person to attain optimal health.
Here are a few tips to lose extra weight while allowing you to enjoy life without feeling hungry and deprived or stuffed and guilty. Make this your year!
Located just below the liver, the gallbladder accumulates the bile released by the liver. Learn the symptoms of gallstones and how to reduce your risk.
From top to bottom, Orthopedic Specialist, Dr. Joshua Thomas identifies the most common fitness injuries and recommends exercises to prevent and treat them.
Glacial Ridge Ambulance urgently needs full-time Emergency Medical Responders (EMRs) and EMTs in Glenwood. Free training is provided. On-call EMR and EMT volunteers are also needed.
Boden Oliver, son of Hannah and Adam Fulwiler of Morris was born at 10:38 p.m. on January 6, claiming the honor of being Glacial Ridge Hospital’s first baby of the year.
We are thankful for the opportunity to care for you and your families during this special season.
Having trained and dedicated volunteers is essential for keeping an ambulance stationed in Brooten for response to medical emergencies. Local businesses can help.