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Sanford AirMed: A crucial health service in rural Midwest
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Man fundraises for research-study inspiration: his daughter
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Strokes: 5 surprising facts about who’s at risk
Knowing what to do can save a life.
Sanford sports scientists studying ways to make MMA safer
LFA 64 event brings fighters to Sanford Pentagon this Friday
Stroke or seizure? It can be a fine line between the two
'Stroke has a lot of mimics.'
In a tight spot: New device may simplify stroke intervention
“If we can streamline the process ... other doctors will be able to step in to help patients in need across the U.S."
Bicycling injuries leave man thankful for care
'I consider myself in the lucky to be moving department.'
Regaining independence after ALS diagnosis
A stairclimber and upstairs rail system from Sanford Health HealthCare Accessories helps woman stay in home.
Barking dog alerts woman that she was having a stroke
Sharon Solum of Moorhead, Minnesota, remembers waking up in the middle of the night on Feb. 11, 2017, wanting to check on her mother who’d had surgery the day before. Solum struggled to get out of bed and couldn’t sit up. Suddenly her dog, Boo, started barking and jumping on her chest, something she’d never […]
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