RURAL REFLECTIONS Rural Reflections Radio
Here is this week's Rural Reflections Radio program, Welcome to Tickmandu... Posted on 6/7/13 at 5:45 AM
THE NORTH DAKOTA OUTDOORS AND BEYOND Chronic wasting disease results
Samples taken from North Dakota deer during the 2012 hunting season have all tested negative for chronic wasting disease, according to Dr. Dan Grove, wildlife veterinarian for the State Game and Fish ... Posted on 3/12/13 at 12:09 PM
COBBERS ON THE BRAIN The MAPK Pathway
The MAPK pathway is incredibly important in our brain. Its functions range from cell growth and development to inflammation and cell death. This pathway is incredibly large and is responsible for many... Posted on 12/11/12 at 9:19 PM
HEALTHBEAT Type 1 diabetes - dancing with a Tasmanian devil
What is it really like to live every single day with type 1 diabetes? This blog is being turned over today to one of my newsroom colleagues who can speak frankly about it: She and her husband have fir... Posted on 10/29/12 at 11:52 AM
THE NEW FORTY In sickness and in health...
I have spent the bulk of my day in bed - not because I was luxuriating in my laziness and not because I was having a wild sex romp - because I was just too dizzy and nauseous to go anywhere else. I di... Posted on 7/25/12 at 9:56 PM
Researchers at the University of Minnesota told Iron Range workers on Friday to protect themselves from taconite dust, despite a new study that was unable to prove that exposure to the dust causes the rare cancer mesothelioma.
Elizabeth Dunbar, Dan Kraker and Stephanie Hemphill
, April 12, 2013
After one positive test in each of the last three years, the North Dakota Game and Fish Department received good news on chronic wasting disease. All 1,300 tests from deer sampled last fall came back negative.
A certain level of stress is good. The problems begin when we experience prolonged or repeated stress. Chronic stress over time leads to wear-and-tear on the body, and is strongly linked to chronic diseases such as heart disease.
A rare genetic disease forced Nicole O’Toole of Grafton, N.D., to spend much of her childhood in and out of hospitals. Rather than dwell on these struggles, she thinks about others, say family. The 18-year-old was born with tuberous sclerosis, a disease that causes non-malignant tumors to grow on the brain, kidneys and skin.
Flu season in the U.S. is off to its earliest start in nearly a decade — and it could be a bad one, The Associated Press reported today. It’s started earlier than normal in North Dakota. The latest count found 31 cases of influenza, of several types.
Herald Staff and Wire Report
, December 04, 2012
A new study has found that North Dakota's diabetes rate has nearly doubled since 1995. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention study found that the rate in North Dakota jumped 91.7 percent by 2010.
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