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Roswitha Konz, Clinical Director at Dakota Counseling, gives a few tips and tricks to stay mentally fit so you can accomplish all your resolutions this year.
Many cultures ring in the new year by eating a special meal that's supposed to bring good luck. Viv Williams shares a family tradition that may not make you lucky, but it may boost your health.
Two common winter injuries: fracturing a bone falling on the ice and wrenching your back shoveling snow. In this episode of Health Fusion, Viv Williams shares tips from a University of Minnesota doctor.
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In this episode of "Health Fusion," Viv Williams shares tips from the American Alzheimer's Association of Minnesota-North Dakota on how to make holiday travel and disrupted routines less difficult.
Every year, my family and friends gather around a special griddle to make traditional Norwegian lefse. It's a tasty holiday treat that's good for your health in many ways, even with butter and sugar.
In this episode of "Health Fusion," Viv Williams gets tips on how to handle the holiday blues from a University of Minnesota expert and learns lessons from — believe it or not — the Elf on a Shelf.
Influenza activity levels read 'high' during a 6-day observation, classing South Dakota at a "widespread" stage, according to South Dakota Department of Health

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Many people struggle with stress and depression around the holidays. If you're one of them, you know how an interaction with an Ebenezer Scrooge-type can make feelings of negativity and sadness grow.

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