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“Chemo brain,” a term describing the forgetfulness and cognitive fog that breast-cancer patients undergoing chemotherapy experience,may have more to do with the stress and fatigue caused by the disease, a study suggests.
How effective acupuncture is “depends on what we are asking it to do,” said Dr. Brent Bauer, director of the Department of Internal Medicine’s Complementary and Integrative Medicine program at Mayo Clinic, in an email to the the Herald.
Millions of Americans have reached out to practitioners of “alternative” methods of achieving health and wellness. According to the National Science Foundation, “alternative medicine” generally refers to treatments that have not been proven effective using scientific methods.
Michael Coachman of Larimore, N.D., has been suffering from migraines for nearly 20 years. He sought help from Dr. Michael Waind, a Grand Forks chiropractor who uses acu-stapling to alleviate migraines, based on testimony from friends who tried, and got relief from, the alternative method.
Anthony Weiner, the New York congressman, says he is seeking professional treatment "to focus on becoming a better husband and healthier person" following a sexting scandal that threatens to drive him from office.
The nephew of the woman found dead on train tracks near the New Page Paper Mill in Duluth described her as intelligent and loving.
Jason McLevis, 28, Duluth, said media portrayals of his aunt, Cathy Ann McLevis, 48, have led people to believe that she was “a homeless bum.”
A Mandan man said he will plead guilty in a drug case.
Darrell Belgarde is charged in federal court with conspiracy to possess with the intent to deliver a controlled substance. Authorities said he led an operation to move methamphetamine from Texas to North Dakota.
Increasing the discharge of water from Devils Lake into the Sheyenne River could raise sulfate levels high enough that Fargo might eventually need to install $45 million in water treatment equipment, city officials said this week. Sulfates are a natural laxative and can cause diarrhea in people not used to high levels in their water, officials said.
The Minnesota Department of Human Services outlined a plan Friday to maintain health insurance for more than 30,000 low-income adults whose coverage runs out March 1, by moving them from one state program into another. Commissioner Cal Ludeman said the agency will automatically transfer 28,000 people from the General Assistance Medical Care program into MinnesotaCare, a bigger subsidized plan for the working poor. Another 8,000 GAMC enrollees already are switching or dropping coverage.
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, November 07, 2009
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