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SANFORD HEALTH

Kaylee Alvarado of Bismarck said there was "blood everywhere" when her son's foreskin was forced back during a routine medical procedure.
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Terri Barta has aphasia, a decline in ability to speak or understand language, the same condition cited in the recent retirement of actor Bruce Willis.
CDC provides updated information on screenings after years of monitoring diagnoses.
The land is located on the eastern side of Interstate 29, between 40th Avenue South and 47th Avenue South.

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Dr. Almanaseer specializes in interventional cardiology procedures, coronary artery disease care and general cardiology.
Co-workers at the Bemidji walk-clinic donated money, clothing and supplies to support those fleeing war
The clinic is located on the Devils Lake Eventide campus, and will offer family medicine, physical therapy, cardiology and dermatology services.
Fargo man with no family history of arthritis receives stem cell injections
Around 80% of mothers experience “baby blues,” a period of time following birth characterized by low moods and energy. For some, this can lead to postpartum depression or anxiety, which can persist for months and might not show up at all until weeks later. Despite how common these experiences are, new and expecting parents are often unprepared for these emotions and are unsure of where and how to seek help.
"I set out to allow local healthcare systems and public health officials the opportunity to challenge any of Dr. Peter McCullough's statements," writes InForum columnist Scott Hennen. "Only Dr. Doug Griffin, Vice President and Medical Officer at Sanford Health in Fargo, was willing to address the opinions of Dr. McCullough."

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According to a release, the center sustained “extensive damage” during the water line break.
The two extra nurses, who will be contracted for up to 60 hours of work per week for 60 days, offer a reprieve to overworked Sanford Worthington Medical Center staff.
After two years of dealing with the COVID-19 pandemic, a Minnesota emergency room physician talks about the toll on hospital staff and patients.

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