With the summer heat, staying hydrated is something that should be on everybody's mind.
Feeling dizzy isn't a comfortable feeling, and for many people it can result in clumsiness, nausea, and inability to focus.
In just a few days, summer is officially here.
There are 14.5 million cancer survivors living in the country.
Nearly 30 million people in the country have diabetes and some people in the area are making sure they don't join that number.
Memorial Day is fast approaching, which also means plenty of barbeques and picnics to enjoy.
Marathon weekend is just days away, but to make sure it's an enjoyable one, avoiding injuries is key.
Anyone who has been stung by a bee knows it's not a pleasant experience.
According to the CDC, one in 68 children are diagnosed with autism spectrum disorder.
Currently, 18 million people in the US have a brain aneurysm.
If you live with a skin disease, your self-esteem is usually the first to go.
When grocery shopping, trying to decode a nutrition label can be difficult.
It's no secret Americans are using technology more than ever before.
Can you think back to the days of doctors making house calls?
Sleep is an important part of a healthy lifestyle but many Americans aren't getting enough.
Involuntary leaking is a serious problem but many are too embarrassed to talk about it.
As childrens' BMIs continue to rise, it seems like childhood obesity is becoming more of the norm.
The Zika Virus has been dominating news headlines since the start of the year.
White shiny teeth could be more than just good looks.
Remaining independent is important for many people as they age.
Valentine's Day is approaching quickly and what better way to say I love you than with a box of chocolates.
50 million people suffer from dementia worldwide, but many continue to go undiagnosed.
Aging and memory loss often go hand in hand.
You're never too young or old to have a heart attack.
Heart disease kills more men and women than any other disease.
It's common for many women to experience the baby blues after giving birth.
Winter weather can make working out a chore.
The gluten free diet fad is still a popular fad. But for many, it could be a medical necessity.
It was once thought of as an injury for elite athletes, but doctors say stress fractures can be common in people of all ages.
Christmas is 15 days away and many people are already looking past that date and instead focusing on January 1st.
Ear infections are nothing new; 93% of children will experience at least one.
When the weather is gloomy, you can start to feel that way too.
E-cig candy flavors are attracting kids and the result could be deadly.
In a time where looks and Hollywood dominate, many don't realize Botox goes far beyond just cosmetics.
We all know exercise is an important part of a healthy lifestyle.
The difference seems easy, but when you start to go case by case the distinction can get tough.
Doctors are holding their breath hoping to not see a repeat of last year's flu outbreak.
October is breast cancer awareness month, but staying up to date on all your cancer screenings can be life–saving.
Pregnancy and child birth are life changing processes for families.
People in the metro probably don't think twice about going to see a doctor.
School is back in session which means students and parents need to be aware of bullying.
Ten to twenty percent of all sports-related injuries are facial or oral. That's why wearing the proper protection is vital. A mouth guard is one example.
When you feel pain in your ear, don't assume it's just an ear infection. Sudden hearing loss shares similar symptoms.
Allergy season isn't only in the springtime. Fall can trigger allergies as well.
A concussion is an injury to the brain that results in temporary loss of normal brain function.
Taking care of your feet is something that one Essentia doctor says is absolutely necessary.
Around 10 percent of the population in the United States has diagnosed or undiagnosed diabetes.
Kids don't want to hear it but school is starting in just a few weeks. That means time is running out for parents to get their kids to the doctor for physical exams and shots.
Spending time outdoors means being more exposed to heat, bugs and plants.
About ten people die from unintentional drowning every day.
It's the time of year when people are most prone to developing heat stroke.
Trans fats are no longer recognized as safe and the FDA is giving companies three years to completely remove them from products.
It's the busiest time of the year for ticks and with that comes the threat of serious diseases.
One in five Americans will develop skin cancer in their lifetime. In order to avoid being one of those people, it's important to protect yourself.
A unique program at Essentia Health St. Mary's in Detroit Lakes is improving the quality of life of many patients.
According to strokecenter.com, stroke is the third leading cause of death in the U.S. More than 140,000 people die from it each year.
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