Archives for June 2014

[WCCO-TV, June 30, 2014]   Every day, the average American needs to burn 100 calories just to keep their weight the same. It might not sound like a lot at first, but if you add it up, 100 calories a day for a year is an extra 5 pounds.
June 30, 2014
[Cardiovascular Business, June 24, 2014]   Telehealth offers a way to expand outreach and simultaneously improve population health. And for a cardiology enterprise, it might not be as expensive you think, according to the director of telehealth and telecardiology at the Minneapolis Heart Institute , part of Allina Health .
June 25, 2014
[West Central Tribune, June 10, 2014]   The skeletons of "telemedicine ventures past" are buried in the storage rooms of hospitals across rural Minnesota. It is the dawn of a new era in what is now termed telehealth, and the RC Hospital and Clinics aims to be in the forefront, CEO Nathan Blad told an audience Monday in Olivia.
June 18, 2014
[WCCO-TV, June 17, 2014]   Michelle Williams’ energy is ever-present. And so was her limp.
June 17, 2014
[Star Tribune, June 04, 2014]   Twenty-five years ago, Doris Schulte was saying her goodbyes, preparing to die. Diagnosed with small- cell lung cancer, she was told she had nine to 12 months to live.
June 04, 2014
[Star Tribune, June 04, 2014]   They’re the kind of romantic tragedies that make headlines. Elderly couples who have spent their lives together remain inseparable even in their last breaths — dying within hours of each other.
June 04, 2014
[KARE-TV, June 03, 2014]   An attorney for a Wisconsin girl accused of plotting to kill a friend to curry favor with a fictional online character says he is concerned about her mental health. He also says he will repeat his request for the court to move her from juvenile detention to a mental health facility.
June 04, 2014