The future of rock radio is online at http://KBACK.rocks. When the #1 rated rock station in Sioux Falls abruptly pulled the plug without warning last September, the core nucleus of the staff decided they weren’t ready to be quiet. Crash, “Crazy” Frank Anderson, Jeff “The Rev” Koller and the “Metal Cowboy” Ron Keel rallied and […]
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Slacktivism Noun informal – actions performed via the Internet in support of a political or social cause but regarded as requiring little time or involvement, e.g., signing an online petition or joining a campaign group on a social media website. This episode is brought to you by Sioux Falls Sno Jam Comedy Festival celebrating comedy […]
Hospital limiting visitors who are sick
Due to the increase in influenza and respiratory illness in the area, all Sanford Medical Centers in Fargo are limiting visitors. Starting today, Sanford recommends anyone experiencing fever, cough, sore throat, muscle aches or runny nose postpone their visit to patients at Sanford.
As a reminder, staying home when you are sick, being diligent about washing your hands and getting your flu shot are the best ways to stay healthy during flu season.
Sanford puts visitor restrictions in place to protect patients from influenza in Bemidji and Bagley
In order to protect patients, residents, staff and the community, Sanford Bemidji Medical Center, Sanford Bagley Medical Center, Sanford Bemidji WoodsEdge (Neilson Place, Trillium, WindSong), Sanford Baker Park and Sanford Senior Behavioral Health will be restricting visitors to limit the spread of influenza and other illnesses.
These restrictions are:
- Visitors are limited to clergy and immediate family members, including:
- Patient spouse or significant other
- Parent or grandparent
- Sibling (age 14 or older, must be well)
- Only two visitors per patient at a time
- No one who is ill (has symptoms of influenza, including fever or chills, muscle or body aches, sore throat, cough, stuffy nose, headache and fatigue) will be permitted to visit
These restrictions are effective until further notice. Administration and staff at Sanford thank the public for their willingness to help avoid the spread of illnesses.
“Movement is Life.” – Dr. Chris Lane, Tea Chiropractic This week Jeni sits down with Dr. Chris Lane from Tea Chiropractic to talk about treatment options for chronic pain. Dr. Lane discusses how movement is important to health and how our modern lifestyle can interfere with that and also describes the difference in treating a […]
SIOUX FALLS, S.D. – Emma was the most popular name for newborn girls at Sanford Health in 2017, while Jackson topped the list for boys. Both names were also the most popular across the health system in 2015.
Emma returns to the top spot after ranking third in 2016. Jackson, also commonly spelled Jaxon, did not rank in the top five in 2016. Harper and William were the most popular names last year.
The top-five baby names for 2017 for girls and boys can be found below.
- Lillian, Lily
- Abigail, Abby
- Nora, Norah
- Jackson, Jaxon
- Grayson, Greyson
About Sanford Health
Sanford Health is one of the largest health care systems in the nation, with 44 hospitals and nearly 300 clinics in nine states and four countries. Headquartered in Sioux Falls, South Dakota, and serving the Upper Midwest, with nearly 1,400 physicians, Sanford Health is dedicated to several initiatives, including global children’s clinics, genomic medicine and specialized centers researching cures for type 1 diabetes, breast cancer and other diseases. Sanford Health has 28,000 employees, making it the largest employer in the Dakotas. Nearly $1 billion in gifts from philanthropist Denny Sanford over the past decade have transformed how Sanford Health can improve the human condition. For information, visit sanfordhealth.org.
Amanda was a care free 19 year old starting college when one day she found a lump on her leg that changed her life forever, and very nearly ended it. Twelve years later she struggles with the the long term aftermath of the treatments that were used to save her and wrestles with the choices […]
There used to be not enough information about chronic pain, but in modern times the opposite is true. What information that you find on the internet is helpful and what is garbage? How can you filter the firehose of data out there and find a strategy that works for you? Tags Fibromyalgia, Pregabalin, Lyrica, […]
Jennifer McNamara aka Jeni Mc has lived with a chronic pain condition for two decades. After struggling with diagnosis and working to find successful treatment, McNamara realized she needed to take a proactive approach to each day. Developing strategy, and a tactical outlook, McNamara looks to win the battle with her pain, and help others […]
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