Archives for August 2014

[KEYC-TV, August 19, 2014]   New Ulm celebrates national recognition of its effort to eliminate heart attacks. The Heart of New Ulm Project won a 2014 Nova Award from the American Hospital Association last month.
August 22, 2014
[ABC Newspapers, August 15, 2014]   Last month, employees of Unity Hospital in Fridley collected outdoor activity supplies to donate to kids in the Spring Lake Park School District to keep them active for the remainder of the summer. During a two-week drive, Unity employees donated 163 basketballs, hula hoops and other outdoor toys for kids enrolled in the Park Terrace Elementary School summer program in Spring Lake Park.
August 22, 2014
[COON RAPIDS HERALD, August 15, 2014]   Adorned with signatures and messages of goodwill, the final beam of The Mother Baby Center at Mercy was lifted into place during an Aug. 12 "topping off" ceremony at the hospital.
August 22, 2014
[Mankato Free Press, August 19, 2014]   Local health care and political leaders on Tuesday celebrated a New Ulm project that recently won a national award for its achievements in improving community health. The Heart of New Ulm project received the NOVA award in July from the American Hospital Association.
August 22, 2014
[Minnesota Public Radio, August 16, 2014]   When her weight crept past 300 pounds last year, Denise Leitz, of New Ulm, Minn., knew something had to change. Her clothes didn't fit.
August 22, 2014
[Star Tribune, August 15, 2014]   Denise Leitz says Adrian Peterson almost ended her journey to better health. When AP dropped a key pass in a Vikings game last fall, Leitz biked from her house in a huff and fell and broke her hand.
August 22, 2014
[WCCO-TV, August 18, 2014]   Parents are well aware of the downside of kids spending too much time on their electronic devices texting or playing games. But what about the negative effects of parents doing the same thing?
August 18, 2014
[Star Tribune, August 15, 2014]   The 2014 Wheelchair Softball World Series opened Thursday in Brooklyn Park, featuring 14 teams from as close to home as the Twin Cities and as far away as Japan. Todd Anderson Field, Minnesota‚Äôs first wheelchair-accessible softball field for competitive play, is the main site, with games also being played at two other fields.
August 15, 2014
[KSTC-TV45, August 07, 2014]   KSTP's Chris Egert sat down with Dr. Frank Rhame , an infectious disease specialist with Allina Health Clinics , to talk about the deadly Ebola virus. Dr. Rhame talked about how the disease is transmitted, how the three countries most affected are coping, and information from the Centers for Disease Control.
August 07, 2014
[KARE-TV, July 29, 2014]   The acting U.S. surgeon general is asking Americans to give up their love of sunbathing and indoor tanning beds, citing an alarming 200 percent jump in the number of deadly melanoma cases diagnosed since 1973. Rear Adm.
August 01, 2014