ADDICTED TO RUNNING Under the Knife
After waking shortly after midnight, and failing for hours to fall back asleep, I did the only reasonable thing -- I slipped on a pair of shoes and set out just after 3 a.m.
By then, any chance of sa... Posted on 7/18/17 at 5:55 AM
SENSE AND CENTSIBILITY 10 Signs You May Be an Underearner
It's not January, but we're flashing back this Friday to Shannon's post from a few years back about under-earning. If some or all of the characteristics below apply to you, you may be an underearner.
... Posted on 7/14/17 at 6:29 AM
BLUE CROSS BLUE SHIELD OF ND Better Your Brain
Since your brain powers everything you do, how do you keep it healthy and productive? Learn about 101 Brain Boosters, a book of tips by Minot State University professor Dr. Terry Eckmann.
Download a... Posted on 7/12/17 at 12:53 PM
STAFF BLOG CAPITOL CHATTER Medicaid Recipient: ‘You Haven’t Walked a Mile in My Shoes’
James Robinson has no doubt federally funded programs saved him.
"If it wasn't for the funding of these programs there wouldnt be programs that say, 'You deserve to live,'" the Minneapolis resident ... Posted on 7/6/17 at 9:17 AM
COBBERS OF THE BRAIN Autism Is More Than Genes
Diseases like type 1 diabetes and sickle-cell anemia happen througha defect in a single gene. Sometimes all it takes is one wrong letter in the genetic code to create a life-threatening disease. If on... Posted on 5/4/17 at 12:52 AM
BISMARCK – More than 60 North Dakota lawmakers are urging Attorney General Wayne Stenehjem to appeal a federal judge’s ruling that permanently blocked a state law that would have created the strictest abortion ban in the nation.
Fargo, ND (WDAY TV) - For most of us, getting up in the morning, taking a swig of coffee and checking our e-mail all happen like clock-work.
But for a Fargo man, whose story we first brought you from Craig Hospital in Denver, last October, "routine" has a new definition now.
DULUTH, Minn. – It appears that both Minnesota and Wisconsin will emerge from their current legislative sessions with new laws in place to combat the scourge of synthetic drugs. And Northland lawmakers have played a leading role in putting new enforcement tools into the hands of local authorities struggling to keep pace with an industry that is rapidly evolving and highly lucrative, even if socially destructive.
Peter Passi, Duluth News Tribune
May 05, 2014
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