Health & Wellness

A purple ribbon tied around a finger, representing Alzheimer's Awareness Month.

Offer your support this month for Alzheimer’s Awareness.

Mike Rowekamp and Paul Klauda, aka the Kid

Mike Rowekamp was only 50 years old when the symptoms of Alzheimer's crept into his life. His childhood friend Paul Klauda is helping him hold onto his memories.

The Bike MS: CH Robinson event, held in June, raised funds and awareness for multiple sclerosis and is part of the largest fundraising bike series. Inspired participants cycled 150 miles to benefit the cause.

U.S. Bank Stadium, the home stadium of the Minnesota Vikings

Take your pick - Lynx, Timberwolves, Twins, United FC, Vikings and Wild. And that's just the pro sports teams in Minnesota.

Chanhassen author Judy Stoffel poses in front of copies of her parenting book "#LookUp: A Parenting Guide to Screen Use"

Chanhassen author Judy Stoffel wrote "#LookUp: A Parenting Guide to Screen Use" to help parents navigate the child-technology connection.

A woman dips the brim of her sun hat, protecting her eyes from UV damage.

Eye care specialists in Chaska and Chanhassen offer ways to keep your eyes safe this summer.

Linn Laak, member of the Firefly Sisterhood breast cancer support network

The Firefly Sisterhood is a is a statewide, nonprofit organization that fosters connections between women (and men) who’ve been recently diagnosed with breast cancer and breast cancer survivors.

A trophy sits in front of the entrance to Hazeltine National Golf Club

This is the first time this championship is being held at Hazeltine National and only the second time a women’s major championship is played in Minnesota.

An acupuncturist applies a needle to a patient's skin.

As concerns about opioid dependency grow, the search for new, non-addictive ways to treat pain has led American medical doctors to take a fresh look at acupuncture.

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