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Rigorous at-home fitness programs can render results, may pose serious risk

The turning point for Kevin Praska came three years ago, when he lost his breath tying his shoes. “I knew then, something’s gotta change,” he said.

Grand Forks Herald, 12/09/2013

Give the gift of food: Tips to create personal, memorable and edible holiday gifts

Looking for a gift that your family and friends will enjoy and is easy on your wallet? Baked goods — breads, pastries, pies, cookies, bars, cheesecake and brownies — might be just the answer.

Grand Forks Herald, 12/04/2013

How to maintain sensible, healthful eating during holiday season

In the war against overeating, the holiday season presents a virtual minefield of tempting sweets and sumptuous feasts that can result in unwanted pounds.

Grand Forks Herald, 11/28/2013

School district course teaches parenting skills to help children control anger

We’ve all seen it — the emotional build-up, the red crumpling face, the outburst of crying, screaming or worse. A child’s angry explosion may leave parents feeling overwhelmed and ill-equipped to handle it — or to bridle their own frustration.

Grand Forks Herald, 11/25/2013

Happy, healthy holidays: Don’t let colds, flu dampen pleasures of the season

Holiday stress, coupled with travel demands, can make a person susceptible to colds and flu, but there are ways to reduce your chances of getting sick, according to a local physician.

Grand Forks Herald, 11/25/2013

Rein in holiday stress: Tips on how to enjoy the season

As the holidays draw closer, your mind can start spinning with all of the items on your to-do list, and stress that results from trying to do it all — and doing it perfectly — can take a toll on your health.

Grand Forks Herald, 11/25/2013

Keeping holidays joyful for families affected by Alzheimer’s

A time of festivities and celebration, the holidays pose special challenges for people with Alzheimer’s disease and those who are caring for them. When planning family events, “focus on what is safe, manageable and meaningful to that person,” said Ashley Magner, regional care consultant with the Minnesota and North Dakota chapter of the Alzheimer’s Association.

Grand Forks Herald, 11/24/2013

Documentary hoping to educate on sexual violence will include scenes from IMPACT training at UND

After nearly 20 hours of training, spanning three days, 18 women finished the self-defense training with long hugs and promises to keep in touch and continue to stay strong.

Grand Forks Herald, 11/24/2013

Caring for aging parents: Boomers guide elderly loved ones through lifestyle changes

Helping your parents deal with the challenges of aging can be stressful and requires an understanding of personal values and needs. And there’s no one way to do it.

Grand Forks Herald, 11/17/2013

With positive attitude, Nekoma couple embraces ‘good things’ in remote setting

Every year, wrens make their home in a nest a few feet from the Esckilsens’ kitchen window in Nekoma. Clinton and Joyce, both 78, enjoy watching them busily attend to their little ones. The avid bird watchers delight in seeing their feathered friends frolic in the back yard birdbath.

Grand Forks Herald, 11/12/2013

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