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This is the third consecutive year the St. James medical center has received a Top 100 Critical Access Hospital designation.
All-day event helps those who have experienced the death of a loved one.
Attendees will have the opportunity to meet the staff and tour the expanded space that will accommodate the growing need for treatment services.
Breno Pessanha, M.D., looks forward to providing local care for frequently encountered cardiovascular problems.
Online sign up is available.
Valerie Peterson, P.A., enjoys the full spectrum of the orthopedics practice, but has a passion for sports medicine.
Dylan Walling, was riding his motorcycle on State Highway 93 when the unimaginable occurred.
The Wellness Before, During and After Cancer event will be held on Saturday, April 1.
Sedation-free colonoscopy is cheaper, quicker and more efficient.
Fairmont Foundation is offering two Blanche Kindstrom Hospital Auxiliary Scholarships to local students pursuing health care careers.
Eugene Gagnon and his dog, Bernie, provide animal-assisted therapy to patients in need of comfort or a smile.
David Agerter, M.D. to lead strengthened focus on medical education and research in Mayo Clinic Health System
Dr. Agerter will work to strengthen medical education and residency opportunities at Mayo-owned clinics and hospitals across the Midwest.
If your goal as a bariatric patient is to improve your health and enhance longevity, losing weight by modifying your diet and having bariatric surgery is not enough. You also need to understand the importance of increasing your level of physical activity.
It’s easy to catch a virus from the people around you. But you can also catch habits from your friends and family.
Are you starting to feel like the “The Little Engine that Could?” As you continue to push yourself, remember that nutrition is an incredibly important piece of the puzzle.
Medications and other treatments, such as a vagus nerve stimulator, can help people with epilepsy find seizure control.
Tinnitus, or ringing in the ears, can be exceedingly bothersome and affect your quality of life. It is important to discuss possible management strategies with your audiologist and health care team.
A Mayo Clinic study asking participants 70 and older how their memory now compared with their memory of the past indicated that four out of five had trouble remembering people’s names.
What happened to my arm? Why can’t I walk right? What’s wrong with mom’s face? It’s drooping on one side and her words don’t make any sense at all. Stroke hits someone about every 40 seconds in the United States — and suddenly life is changed.
Women suffering from urinary incontinence often think it’s untreatable and something they have to learn to live with. Thankfully, this is not the case, and there are many options to treating urinary incontinence, including surgery.
By now, you likely have put in hour after hour, day after day and week after week of training for this race. Have you found yourself begging family and friends for forgiveness while dedicating so much time to achieving your goal?
Cryolipolysis, also known as CoolSculpting, is a noninvasive cosmetic procedure that uses controlled cooling to eliminate fat cells underneath the skin that are resistant to diet and exercise. Here are 10 things you can do during your procedure.
Did you know when and what you eat can have an impact on your workout? Eating and exercise are connected, and you can maximize the effectiveness of your workouts by using a few tips.
As you reach the midpoint of your training, are you looking for ways to fine-tune your regimen and up your performance? Let’s take another look at your diet. Do you really know how much protein you need when exercising?