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SANFORD HEALTH

CDC provides updated information on screenings after years of monitoring diagnoses.
Co-workers at the Bemidji walk-clinic donated money, clothing and supplies to support those fleeing war
Fargo man with no family history of arthritis receives stem cell injections
Around 80% of mothers experience “baby blues,” a period of time following birth characterized by low moods and energy. For some, this can lead to postpartum depression or anxiety, which can persist for months and might not show up at all until weeks later. Despite how common these experiences are, new and expecting parents are often unprepared for these emotions and are unsure of where and how to seek help.

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The two extra nurses, who will be contracted for up to 60 hours of work per week for 60 days, offer a reprieve to overworked Sanford Worthington Medical Center staff.
After two years of dealing with the COVID-19 pandemic, a Minnesota emergency room physician talks about the toll on hospital staff and patients.
Mike and Laura Bidne welcomed twins Julia and Thomas 13 weeks early back in the summer of 2008.
The gut microbiome has been shown to play a role in ways that are both positive and negative in health. A team of researchers from Sanford Health and North Dakota State University will explore whether certain gut bacteria can trigger stress eating.
In mid-October, ground was broken on Sanford's new $6.2 million Behavioral Health Crisis Center. Once completed, the 12,000 square-foot facility will be the first center to offer adult inpatient hospital psychiatric beds within 90 miles of Bemidji.
Sanford’s travelling mammography program currently has over 130 mobile mammogram events scheduled through the end of the year.

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Sanford Health researchers tracked a junior high football program for eight years, using electronic monitoring in football helmets to measure head impacts. They were surprised to find out how many hits kids were taking, and noted a marked decrease in head hits as coaches implemented new training approaches.
While the national birth rate continues to fall, the region has been going the other direction. That's according to Sanford Health, the South Dakota-based health system that also serves North Dakota and Minnesota. So what's going on?
Virtual OB/GYN visits may improve prenatal outcomes, says a Sanford Health physician.

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