Q. No red meat. More fish and omega-3 fatty acids. More broccoli. More exercise. More leafy vegetables. Less alcohol. Enough! With all of the healthy living advice out there, what are the really important things to do — and to not do — to stay as healthy as possible?
Q. What factors predispose to Alzheimer’s disease, and what can one do to prevent it? A. Alzheimer’s disease is one type of dementia. Dementia is a constellation of symptoms, including memory loss, that are significant enough to impact daily living.
A data management tool developed at UND will be offered to state offices of rural health in all 50 states through a new license agreement with the National Organization of State Offices of Rural Health.
Two weeks ago, a Devils Lake doctor complained to a candidate for the position of dean of UND’s medical school that the school wasn’t accepting enough students from rural areas and, therefore, not contributing enough new doctors to alleviate the shortage there.
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