STAFF BLOG DIRTY LAUNDRY Another day at the office
I was having lunch with two co-workers Wednesday and they made me chuckle when they both remarked with verve that they wouldnt want my job. No way, they said, would they want to cover the crime beat.
... Posted on 5/2/12 at 4:46 PM
STAFF BLOG ON THE RECORD WITH BEN ‘An Evening with Chuck Klosterman’ in review
Last night I had the honor of listening to famed North Dakota native, now Ney York based writer Chuck Klosterman address a group of people at Bismarck State College.
Klosterman gave a run through of h... Posted on 4/12/12 at 10:38 AM
BLUE CROSS BLUE SHIELD OF NORTH DAKOTA Save money with generic prescription drugs
A trip to the doctor can be costly, but you can save money by using generic prescription drugs.
So, what do you think of using generics to save money?
https://www.bcbsnd.com/blueinsight/2012/02/15/h... Posted on 2/15/12 at 4:38 PM
HEALTHBEAT Taking our medicine
Apparently even the promise of no co-payments isn't enough to entice some patients to take their medication.
For those who missed it yesterday, a new study reported that when a group of heart attack ... Posted on 11/15/11 at 11:52 AM
The prosecution set out its case Thursday in Southeast District Court against a Jamestown woman accused of delivering a potent prescription painkiller.
Lori Ella Houge, born in 1961 and from Jamestown, was charged with delivery of a controlled substance, a Class A felony. She is accused of delivering fentanyl patches on or about March 3, 2012, to Tim Partlow.
Houge pleaded not guilty.
By Keith Norman, The Jamestown Sun
, May 17, 2013
Nicholas Thorsen, the Grand Forks man present when Christian Bjerk ingested the synthetic hallucinogen in Thorsen’s home last June that killed Bjerk hours later, pleaded not guilty Tuesday to separate but related drug charges.
By Stephen J. Lee, Forum News Service
, May 15, 2013
Two North Dakota men with bladder cancer are suing a Japanese drug manufacturer in Fargo federal court because they say the company failed to warn them that bladder cancer was a risk in taking Actos, its diabetes drug.
By Emily Welker, Forum News Service
, May 10, 2013
VILLA TUNARI, Bolivia (AP) — Since taking office seven years ago, President Evo Morales has tried to persuade the world that he has no tolerance for cocaine and that Bolivia's thousands of acres of coca plants can be dedicated to such traditional uses as fighting fatigue as well as whipping up wholesome treats like sweet breads and coca puffed snacks.
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