How A Northland Coalition Is Helping Seniors Stay Balanced
Here’s a sobering stat: one-third of seniors 65 and older fall every year . Everyone is susceptible to falls. People of all ages trip, stumble and bump
What does the Fed rate hike mean for farm country?
A chat with Farm Credit Mid-America’s Matt Montiero
9 DIY Ways to Improve Your Mental Health
Some mental health problems require a therapist. Other times, we just need a mental readjustment. Here are 9 ways you can improve your mental health right now.
10 Thrift Store Furniture Makeovers
I'm not the best decorator, designer, or photographer, my socks have probably only matched twice in my life, and my cats are rather plum...
How America's Poor Sell Their Blood Plasma to Get By
"Donating" twice a week isn't an act of charity—it's a job.
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How Can I Diminish A Mountain of Anxiety after TBI?
The huge task of bringing yourself down from the "mountain" of anxiety after TBI is a unchartered trek, since every brain injury is different. This blog post points to some ways to make the journey easier, with some considerable suggestions to help find your way.
Just how dangerous is meat and poultry packing?
While some statistics show a decline in worker injuries, it may not necessarily mean those jobs are getting safer
Hope for Huntington's: Walk in Duluth to help fund research that...
Katie Weikum is living her life knowing she faces a 50-50 chance of one day having a chronic, progressive, genetic disease.The 25-year-old from Maple Grove, Minn., also knows that a genetic test is available to conclusively determine whether she will one day suffer from Huntington's disease or not. She...
What homeless people really need is a home, not a clean shirt or bowl of soup
The intentions of those who provide charity to people on the streets are unambiguously positive. And yet, without them knowing, their actions can actually do more harm than good.