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. Read more about 'Gotta Keep Going': Star Tribune Sports Editor Documents Friend's Fight Against Alzheimer's
Health and wellness
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. Read more about Statewide Breast Cancer Support Network Guides Women Through 'Emotional Rollercoaster' of Diagnosis
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. Read more about Acupuncture May Be the Pain Treatment You Need, Expert Says
Fun is the primary objective of Life Time Sport, which opened its doors at Winter Park, the Minnesota Vikings’ former training facility, last October. Read more about Life Time Sports Offers Pickup Soccer without the Pressure
While at EPHS, Solome Tibebu battled severe anxiety and obsessive-compulsive disorder (OCD), propelling her to start Anxiety In Teens as a sophomore in 2006. Read more about Eden Prairie Graduate's Blog Helps Teens Struggling with Mental Illness
It’s no secret that the gym can be an intimidating place. Rows and rows of complicated equipment combined with the feeling of being judged or out of place provide little in the way of workout motivation. The Transformation Club in Chanhassen has developed a solution to these common complaints. With their novel approach to fitness, they have pioneered a program that focuses on total wellness and transformation, not just reps on a machine or numbers on a scale.
Read more about Putting the Personal in Group Training