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Last year, breast cancer killed more than 40,000 women.
Detroit Lakes veterinarians are seeing an increase house pets being poisoned by mouse traps.
NDSU ranks higher than other schools when it comes to binge drinking among students.
Jennifer Bredahl from United Blood Services in Fargo stopped by the KVRR studio to talk about a drop off in the number of blood donations and how you can help save a life.
When you're trying to get in and out of the grocery story fast, comparing nutrition labels can be the last thing you want to do.
The North Dakota Department of Health wants you to get your flu shot.
A Minnesota non-profit opens up a new challenging camp course for children and adults with disabilities...helping them get outside and get active.
As breast cancer awareness month continues, the "All About Pink" event kicks off at West Acres Mall.
The Aspen Dental Mouth Mobile set up in front of the Cass County court house.
The Aspen Dental Mouth Mobile was in town this afternoon bringing smiles to veterans with free dental work.
9Round Fitness in Fargo is fighting breast cancer one kick at a time.
What happens when you can no longer make medical decisions for yourself?
This is a warning for all those who use defibrillators.
Health professionals across the state come together to discuss stroke and cardiac topics.
Researchers say they have uncovered several major health organizations that may be working with soda companies.
The NDSU football team may have beaten Missouri State on Saturday, but the team's focus is elsewhere.
Chilly weather did not stop these walkers from making strides to raise breast cancer awareness.
October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month, and Swanston Equipment unveiled two special Bobcats to raise awareness.
Many of us know the classic procedure of giving someone CPR with your hands.
October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month so we took a look at resources here in the F-M area.
It's a hospital on wheels ... a semi–trailer puts all the resources of the North Dakota Department of Health on the road.
He lost his four limbs in combat six years ago...but this 31-year-old Marine says he is one step closer to a new dream, thanks to a double arm transplant.
The Harlem Ambassadors are back in town for round two versus the Red River Valley Flood, a local team made of community leaders.
It allows veterans to make appointments directly through the VA hospital.
Essentia Health celebrates the opening of its new clinic in south Fargo with a ribbon cutting.
You hear it from your parents, teachers, doctors and personal trainers.Drink more water, and then drink more water after that.
One stop on their mystery trip was packing boxes at Great Plains Food Bank for other seniors.
A major concern for Alzheimer's and dementia patients is they will wander off and potentially put themselves in harm's way.
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