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The North High Student Council organized to have students donate toward “Care-bags” for patients at the June E Nylen Cancer Center. This is an annual project led by a committee of dedicated NHS students. Each bag had a message and included a bottle of water, crackers, lotion, hand sanitizer and lip balm.  As you can see by […]

Do’s and Don’ts for Asking Someone if They Need Help From the Caregiver Space My family has reached the “expert” level when it comes to handling major hospitalizations. Each time a crisis hits, I hear the well-meant refrain from kindhearted folks who simply say, “Call me if there is anything I can do.” Face it. […]

  20 Year Anniversary for the Race For Hope   The 20 year anniversary and celebration of the annual Siouxland Race For Hope is scheduled for Saturday September 17, 2016 at Adams Homestead and Nature Preserve in McCook Lake, SD. It is expected to draw hundreds of people and is one of the largest events […]

Meditate Your Way to Health No matter how much we enjoy our jobs, let’s face it, the workplace can be stressful. Stress can not only make us exceedingly cranky, but can also do a number on our health and well-being, even increasing our risk for serious illnesses.       http://www.aicr.org/health-at-work/2015/035-december/haw-meditate-your-way-to-health.html

Good Morning America’s Amy Robach Amy on the set of Good Morning America in New York (Photo by ABC/Heidi Gutman) Three years ago, Amy Robach made the move from the host position at NBC’s Weekend Today to take a job at rival network ABC’s Good Morning America. Little did she know at the time that […]

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