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Source: Centers for Disease Control & Prevention Every 40 seconds, someone in the United States has a stroke. In 2008 alone, more than 133,000 Americans died from stroke — or one person every four minutes — died from stroke, making it the fourth leading cause of death in the United States. A...Read More
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By John Michaelson Minnesota News Connection Like food, water and oxygen, sleep is one of the basics for human survival, but for many folks, getting a good night’s sleep on a regular basis is little more than a dream. It’s estimated that more than a third of adults don’t always get the amount ...Read More
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Metro Creative Connection  Clean eating is a growing trend among people focused on health and wellness. A relatively simple concept of selecting foods that are minimally processed, clean eating intends to instill a greater understanding of the pathway between a food’s origins and the final produc...Read More
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By Dan Martens University of Minnesota Extension University of Minnesota Extension is working with Central Minnesota Forage Council, agribusinesses and farmers on the Alfalfa Harvest Alert Project again this year. Cooperator sites have been arranged in Stearns, Benton, Morrison, and Wright counties ...Read More
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By John Michaelson Minnesota News Connection It may seem like the quickest option, but taking a private vehicle to the hospital in case of a heart-related emergency actually delays the start of treatment compared with calling 911. In Minnesota, it’s estimated that nearly half of the people who are...Read More
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By John Michaelson >Minnesota News Connection It’s been said that it takes a village to raise a child, and new research suggests that is also the case when it comes to helping kids with attention deficit hyperactivity disorder. A new study from the American Academy of Pediatrics found that a te...Read More
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Source: Centers for Disease Control & Prevention Reduce your chances of getting a tickborne disease by using repellents, checking for ticks, and showering after being outdoors. If you have a tick bite followed by a fever or rash, seek medical attention. Gardening, camping, hiking and playing out...Read More
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