HEALTHBEAT The primary care doctor: someone who knows you
Fans of Downton Abbey were stunned this week at one of the more shocking plot developments in the show's three-year history: the death of young Lady Sybil Branson, who developed eclampsia after giving... Posted on 1/30/13 at 12:50 PM
SLOWINGTHERACINGMIND My Computer is Nuts
My computer has caught a cold. It basically types whatever it wants. Like a willful toddler, it does the opposite of what it is told. I try to type "with," but it type lptus. What in the world?!?!
I ... Posted on 11/20/11 at 9:38 PM
JAMESTOWN PUBLIC SCHOOLS: FROM THE SUPERINTENDENT'S DESK Sharing My Thoughts
This is a new adventure for me, as I enjoy writing, but I am not the most technologically literate person in town. Still, the District needs to continue to find ways to communicate better with the com... Posted on 9/26/11 at 8:30 AM
IN THE BLACK Ask Doctor Debt
Are you looking for answers to your debt related questions? Check out www.Askdoctordebt.com. Ask Doctor Debt is sponsored by the ACA International Education Foundation (ACAEF). ACAEF is the philanthro... Posted on 2/12/11 at 11:50 AM
STAFF BLOG THE N.D. CAPITOL AND BEYOND Lawmakers discuss physician shortage, remedial education
BISMARCKNorth Dakota is projected to be short about 210 physicians by 2025, state lawmakers were told Wednesday.
As a result, the University of North Dakota School of Medicine and Health Sciences wil... Posted on 10/13/10 at 4:18 PM
A Philadelphia abortion doctor was found guilty Monday of first-degree murder and could face execution in the deaths of three babies who authorities say were delivered alive and then killed with scissors at his grimy clinic, in a case that became a flashpoint in the nation's debate over abortion.
A doctor testifying in a trial challenging a North Dakota law that opponents argue would end drug-induced abortions said Wednesday it's very common to prescribe drugs for purposes other than what's printed on their final label.
LOS ANGELES (AP) — A bodyguard testified Wednesday that he saw a doctor charged in Michael Jackson's death grab a handful of vials and put them in a bag during frantic efforts to revive the King of Pop.
BISMARCK — Ed Laskowski’s co-workers have told him there’s a mandatory retirement in his future.
The 94-year-old Bismarck man isn’t too worried. He still has 5 1/2 years until his “forced” retirement at age 100.
Phil Mickelson pulled a special guest out of the gallery at the Houston Open on Sunday to carry his bag for three holes.
Dr. Tom Buchholz, a radiation oncologist at the M.D. Anderson Cancer Center in Houston, is treating Mickelson’s wife and mother, Amy and Mary, who were both diagnosed with breast cancer last summer.
Better beat the crowd and find a doctor.
Primary care physicians already are in short supply in parts of the country, and the landmark health overhaul that will bring them millions more newly insured patients in the next few years promises extra strain.
The new law goes beyond offering coverage to the uninsured, with steps to improve the quality of care for the average person and help keep us well instead of today’s seek-care-after-you’re-sick culture. To benefit, you’ll need a regular health provider.
By Lauran Neergaard, The Associated Press
, March 30, 2010
A former Bismarck doctor has been ordered to jail for 60 days.
Dr. Emilio Cruz was convicted in July on a terrorizing charge for threatening his girlfriend’s 13-year-old son with a knife. The incident happened in December 2007.
A warrant was issued for a former Bismarck doctor convicted of terrorizing when he didn’t show up for his sentencing.
Emilio Cruz faxed a letter to the judge Friday, saying he was in the process of moving to California and was stuck in Las Vegas because his flight had been canceled due to the snowstorm in Bismarck.
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