Eskedar Yimer’s trek from Ethiopian engineer to S.D. nurse
She went from being a grateful patient to treasured Sanford Health employee.
Learn secrets for an easier labor and delivery
Relax and prepare your mind and body for the marathon of giving birth
Postpartum bleeding follows festive, ‘picture-perfect’ birth
Mom thought of husband and baby: “I don’t know if I’ll see these guys again.”
Syphilis among the STDs that are on the rise
That painless spot on your hand, tongue or genitals might be more serious than you think.
Tips for early breastfeeding
It’s World Breastfeeding week. Learn more about tips for breastfeeding from Rachel Peterson, MD. Q: What makes breastmilk important? A: Breastmilk is a perfect baby food. It contains the right amount of nutrients, provides infection-fighting antibodies and is gentle on a developing stomach, intestines and other body systems. Q: How do I get started breastfeeding? A: […]
Exercise during pregnancy: Is it safe?
“For healthy women with normal pregnancies, most exercises are safe, but a few changes or adjustments may be necessary."
C-section suite at Sanford Bemidji keeps families together
"Instead of splitting up, the new operating room will allow for the recovery of mom and the baby together.”
Becoming a mom at Sanford Health
Jada Shoemaker shares experience giving birth at Sanford Health
How to enjoy, not just endure, times of morning sickness
What you should know about morning sickness during pregnancy
Physical therapy options for pelvic floor pain, incontinence
Cancer treatments can affect the pelvic floor.
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