Fargo Marathon 5K Hero Run Recap

More than 7,000 runners and walkers took part in the 2016 Fargo Marathon 5K Hero Run on May 20. Some were running to finish near the front of the pack or improve their personal best time. Others were just out for a fun jog or walk with family and friends. Parents and grandparents ran or…
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March Of Dimes Services Help Charley Win The Fight

By Lonna Whiting Everything was going as expected for the first 24 weeks of Fargo resident and Blue Cross Blue Shield employee Anna Wang’s pregnancy. She hadn’t had any problems or warning signs that anything was going wrong as her baby grew inside her. In fact, everything felt pretty routine. Routine care plan. Routine checkups.…
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I’m Going To Frostival And Here’s Why You Should, Too

Unlike most North Dakotans, I don’t complain about the cold. In fact, I usually tell people to take a chill pill about the wind chill. Get down with layering up. Shivering is just the cold keeping you awake. OK, so that last one is a stretch. But if you read a recent BCBSND blog I…
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Talk With Your Primary Care Provider About Preventive Screenings

Colonoscopy?  Tetanus shot? Mammogram? With changes to health guidelines, it can be difficult to know if and when you need a preventive screening or vaccine. That’s where having a relationship with a primary care doctor can help. “The health care system is pretty complex and if you have a relationship with a primary care doctor…
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Employees Support The United Way Of Cass-Clay

What could be better than a walk in the park? At Blue Cross Blue Shield of North Dakota, we believe in promoting physical activity and supporting the United Way of Cass-Clay. Our employees, retirees and their families gathered on June 18 at Lindenwood Park in Fargo to do just that. Kids enjoyed the kids’ dash,…
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