Tips To Avoid Sunburn, Skin Cancer

Nothing ruins a fun day outside in the sun quite like a painful sunburn. Getting too much sun without proper protection can lead to a nasty sunburn. It can also lead to skin cancer. More than 3 million Americans are diagnosed with a skin cancer every year. In 2012, more than 9,000 Americans died from…
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Fighting Colorectal Cancer In North Dakota

Each year, approximately 400 North Dakotans will be diagnosed with colorectal cancer, and even more staggering, approximately 135 of them will die from the disease. In an effort to decrease these rates, we have partnered with the North Dakota Department of Health’s Division of Cancer Prevention and Control to increase colorectal cancer screening rates for…
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When It Comes To Driving In Winter Weather, Gut Instinct And Common Sense Must Be Friends

When It Comes To Driving In Winter Weather, Gut Instinct And Common Sense Must Be Friends As North Dakotans, we’re no stranger to driving in extreme winter weather conditions. Blizzards, life-threatening wind chills and road closures force us to be prepared, use common sense and take mom’s well-meant advice to pack a winter survival kit.…
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Celebrating 75 Years Serving North Dakotans

In early 1940, the country was still recovering from the effects of the Great Depression. North Dakota had recently experienced drought, bank failures, an eroding economy and an exodus of residents leaving the state during the preceding two decades. It was against this backdrop that the North Dakota Hospital Association began operating on March 22,…
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Fargo Marathon Friday Night 5K A Great Way To Get Active

As the snow melts and temperatures start to rise, more North Dakotans are beginning to emerge from hibernation. Joggers can be seen taking advantage of the opportunity to get outside and get active again this spring. As The Official Sponsor of Recess, we believe that recess is for everyone and we encourage North Dakotans of…
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