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Richard Kelly works two jobs. If not for that, he’d probably spend all day riding his three-wheeled cycle.
Dear Dr. Baskett: I have lost about 35 pounds, and now I want to maintain my weight. How much do I have to exercise?
Anyone who has had chickenpox can get shingles. Shingles, a virus known to cause a painful skin rash, is the same virus that causes chickenpox…
The Big Sky State Games and Stacey Black of the First Interstate Bank Foundation will be recognized by Eat Right Montana and Action for Health…
In recognition of Breast Cancer Awareness Month, St. Vincent Healthcare is hosting a breast health seminar from 6 p.m. to 8 p.m. on Thursday, …
Beginning Jan. 14, NAMI Billings will offer Peer-to-Peer, a recovery-focused educational program for adults who want to maintain wellness in r…
Award-winning science writer David Quammen has published a new book about the Ebola virus and will give a free public lecture about it at Mont…
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Perhaps you fall asleep as soon as your head hits the pillow, but difficulty sleeping is an extremely common symptom that patients report on a…
Dear Dr. Baskett: How do I manage my weight given the busy schedule of fall and all of the activities my children are involved in?
For Lonney White, it was a 1970s-era baseball injury that finally caught up with him and left him plopped on his backside in the midst of the …
FORT HARRISON — VA Montana Health Care System was one of two healthcare systems in Montana and one of 426 nationally to be recognized by Human…
Bighorn Valley Health Center in Hardin has received a $254,678 grant to improve care for depression.
No parent or caregiver wants to hear the words Sudden Infant Death Syndrome. But Sudden Infant Death Syndrome (SIDS) is the leading cause of d…
I did it again the other day. I looked back at pictures of my weeks-old daughter and took an indulgent trip down memory lane.
Abortion rates in Montana are at their lowest level in nearly 40 years, at least by one measure.
There are now at least 10 laboratory confirmed cases of enterovirus-D68 in Montana involving children younger than 16, all of whom were hospit…
In just one day, Alicia Steere’s priorities expanded from the day-to-day duties of a wife and mother to how to fight a potentially deadly dise…
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Repeatedly stifled in efforts to transplant bighorn sheep in new locations in Montana over the past few years, the state’s wildlife commission chairman said it may be time to rethink the state’s conservation strategy for the popular big game species.
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NAIROBI, Kenya (AP) — U.N. Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon is lauding the British newspaper The Guardian for its work to raise awareness about female genital mutilation.
Okay, I admit it, I am a coffee snob.
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