What’s It Like To Have A Mom With Alzheimer’s?

Alzheimer’s and dementia are sneaky diseases. They can strike at any age. They can come on fast. Or they can take over a person through a course of years. And they affect not only the patient, but entire families as well. For Krista Fodera, it took one phone call to recognize that her mother was…
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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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Mother And Daughter Undeterred By Type 1 Diabetes

Julie Kinneberg’s gut was telling her something was terribly wrong with her    10-year-old daughter. It all started days earlier with Hannah drinking a lot of water and losing weight because her stomach hurt too much to eat. Doctors first diagnosed a viral bug and when she didn’t improve, she was diagnosed with strep throat, although…
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How To Provide A Nutritious Breakfast

Mornings are often rushed, especially if you have kids getting ready for school.  But research shows it’s important to make time for breakfast. Kids who eat breakfast perform better at school.  Blue Cross Blue Shield of North Dakota Wellness Services Team Leader Lori Howard shares tips to provide a nutritious breakfast for kids (and adults).…
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Employees Raise $12,000 For Diabetes Walk

For the second straight year, Blue Cross Blue Shield of North Dakota employees captured the Top Corporate Team Award for raising the most funds at the Step Out: Walk to Stop Diabetes on Saturday, Oct. 26, at the Scheels Arena in Fargo.   We raised just more than $12,000.   More than 460 people, young and old,…
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