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Conversations about obesity and weight loss tend to make people feel judged and uncomfortable.
Damian Lozano-Johnson, 18, a student at Fargo North High School, received a new heart on Oct. 13 at a Chicago hospital, where he developed paralysis afterward.
The one-hour training will be offered as a concurrent session during Central Dakota Ag Day on Dec. 16 near Carrington.
What's on your "what I'm thankful for" list this Thanksgiving? On a trip to Central America, Viv Williams visits a vibrant health clinic and adds the team she met there to her gratitude list. Find out why in this NewsMD, "Health Fusion" column.
North Dakota has seen just 100 medical malpractice cases paid out since 2012, the fewest in the nation. Payouts in the state totalled just over $27.3 million compared to the $853 million disbursed in Ohio.
In 2013, a proposed merger between Sanford and Fairview derailed after Minnesota officials expressed concerns.

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The decrease in diagnoses "does not mean these cancers are suddenly less common," one analytic said. "Rather, it means there are people with cancer who are going to be diagnosed at a later, more severe stage of the disease."
The 2022 “State of Lung Cancer” report was released on Tuesday, Nov. 15.
We need to rest in order to allow the mind to wander within our brain’s “computer.”

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