We see that you have javascript disabled. Please enable javascript and refresh the page to continue reading local news. If you feel you have received this message in error, please contact the customer support team at 1-833-248-7801.

ADVERTISEMENT

ADVERTISEMENT

SANFORD HEALTH

Latest Headlines
The use of artificial intelligence, which enables computers to learn, has been hampered by a lack of clinical data. Sanford Health has joined with Dandelion Health and Sharp HealthCare to try to solve that problem.
Sanford Health’s Program for Addiction Recovery provided Tanner Lene a way to connect to a heritage he’d left largely unexplored, as he began to learn Ojibwe and join classes taught by elders and knowledge keepers on traditional medicines and art.
Hubbard County is experiencing a medium rate of community transmission of COVID-19, according to the most recent COVID tracker report of Aug. 4.
Studies at the Sanford Center for Biobehavioral Research are looking at how inadequate sleep is related to binge eating and how some people process images of food and body type relate to binge eating. Both studies are recruiting participants.
The Detroit Record used to advertise hair food. Yes, you read that right. Ayer's Hair Vigor, food for the hair that cured dandruff, falling hair and restored all of the hair's rich color of early life was advertised in a 1905 issue of the paper, but as one Sanford Health family nurse practitioner said, men experiencing baldness today should probably stick to Rogaine or Minoxidil.
Community members young and old gathered for the 17th Niimi'idiwin, formerly the Sanford Healing Powwow, to celebrate Anishinaabe culture and heritage.

ADVERTISEMENT

Parents and guardians across the country are struggling to find formula for their children, facing empty shelves and their children’s hungry bellies. Sanford Pediatrician Dr. Colleen Swank shares advice for parents during the ongoing formula shortage.
The following tips for parents were provided by Dr. Tokunbo Akande, pediatrician at the Sanford Children’s Clinic in Bemidji; Dr. Rachel Cooper, pediatric hospitalist at Sanford Bemidji Medical Center; and Dr. Colleen Swank, pediatrician and vice president, clinic for Sanford Health in Bemidji.
CDC provides updated information on screenings after years of monitoring diagnoses.

ADVERTISEMENT

ADVERTISEMENT

ADVERTISEMENT