Noon Show: Chaplain and his dog brighten the spirits of Sanford patients 6.21.13
KXMB TV (Bismarck): Buddy, Chaplain Preston Van Loon’s dog, does tricks, such as praying at a patient’s bedside, to help lift the spirits of patients staying at Sanford Medical Center.
U.S. Navy Caps for Kids event at Sanford Children's 6.20.13
Bismarck Tribune, KFYR TV, Prairie Public Radio: A sailor from the Naval Recruiting Station in Fargo spent time with children staying at the Sanford Children’s Hospital in Bismarck, and gave them Navy ball caps.
‘Tis the season—for ticks 6.20.13
Bismarck Tribune: RJ Moen, MD, Sanford family medicine, shares that there seems to be a higher number of people coming into the clinic because of tick bites than in past years.
Daughter donates kidney for Father's Day 6.16.13
KFYR TV: Mikayla Reis shares why has decided to give her father, whose kidneys began failing two years ago, one of her kidneys.
Sanford launches AirMed service 6.16.13
Bismarck Tribune, KFYR TV, KXMB TV: Sanford Health is launching its AirMed service in Bismarck to help serve the growing needs of central and western North Dakota.
Noon Show: Chiropractic care 6.5.13
KXMB TV: Eric Seamands, DC, chiropractor, explains what chiropractic medicine is and how it can be useful.
Dining out gluten free 6.5.13
KFYR TV: Amanda Ihmels, Sanford licensed registered dietitian, explains how going gluten-free can benefit those with celiac disease.
Study says teens who sleep less, weigh more 6.4.13
KFYR TV: Researchers who studied 1,000 teenagers found that those who slept less had higher body mass indexes. Nikki Mills, Sanford Neurodiagnostics/Sleep Disorder Center director, explains why this is the case.
Sanford Occupational Medicine Clinic moves 6.4.13
Bismarck Tribune: Clinic moving to new facility on Broadway Avenue June 10.
Planting flowers 6.1.13
KFYR TV: U.S. Senator Heidi Heitkamp is one of several volunteers who take time each spring to help plant flowers and plants in front of Sanford Medical Center.