Preventing frostbite in frigid temperatures 1.30.13
KFYR-TV: Jennifer Beckwith, MD, family medicine, shares what the symptoms of frostbite are, and how to best warm yourself after becoming very cold.
More drugs tests coming back positive in ND 1.16.13
KFYR-TV: Sanford Health Occupational Medicine has seen a 61 percent increase in positive drug tests since 2010.
Protecting against SIDS 1.6.13
KFYR-TV: Sanford’s Parag Kumar, MD, pediatrician, explains that though SIDS is an unexplained infant death, there are ways to lower the risk of it.
Making and keeping New Year's resolutions 1.2.13
KXMB TV: Melanie Carvell, Sanford Women’s Health Center director, shares tips for keeping healthy New Year’s resolutions.
Flu Season 1.2.13
KFYR-TV: Sanford’s Thomas Thorson, MD, family medicine, explains flu symptoms and treatment.
More than 11,000 babies born in North Dakota in 2012 1.2.13
KXMB TV: Births are on the rise across the state. Meet Zoey, the first baby born at Sanford Medical Center in Bismarck in 2013, and find out from one Sanford nurse what are some of the most popular names she’s seen in the past year as well as interesting baby trends.
Sanford to hire two Native American healers 1.2.13
Bismarck Tribune: Sanford Health is hiring Lakota/Dakota and Ojibwe healers to work as consultants in an effort to better serve its Native American patients.