FARGO - Behind every abortion statistic is a woman facing a decision. But because of the stigma associated with abortion, we don’t often hear from them.
FARGO - Jane MacBean has her clippers ready.
Since November, she’s reluctantly watched her husband’s facial hair grow for The Hotel Donaldson’s annual prostate cancer fundraiser.
Do: Shampoo and condition.
It keeps the hair clean and soft. Oils help, too.
“When I grow a beard, I usually condition it, because it is kind of a rougher hair,” Paul says.
FARGO – Ten years ago, Dena Wyum was raped at a party as an 18-year-old freshman at North Dakota State University. “That was sort of my ‘welcome to college,’ ” the Mayville, N.D., woman says dryly.
CASSELTON, N.D. – At 270 pounds, Janelle Stahl ignored the salad bar at Pizza Ranch but loaded up on pizza, breadsticks and fried chicken.
Now 95 pounds lighter, the 34-year-old Casselton woman still enjoys family meals at the restaurant, but she starts with the salad bar and adds only a single chicken breast and slice of pizza.
FARGO – There’s “the afternoon slump,” and then there’s can’t-stop-yawning tiredness.
Aside from lack of sleep or inadequate sleep, nutrient deficiencies, diet and exercise habits and your mental health can affect energy level.
FARGO – Like many good ideas, I first came across it on Pinterest.
“Spray Pam on wet nails, wipe it off, and they’re completely dry!”
I was skeptical at first, but I tried it, and it worked.
Instructor hopes to replicate study results in Fargo
FARGO – Trying to follow orders in a hot, humid room crowded with scantily clad yogis can be more nerve-racking than relaxing.
“It can be pretty intimidating if you’re walking into a yoga studio for the first time,” says Staff Sgt. Amy Wieser Willson, a registered yoga teacher and certified yoga wellness coach.
FARGO - Before 1982, most developmentally or intellectually disabled North Dakotans were institutionalized.
Now, with the help of organizations like Fargo’s Fraser Ltd. and Friendship Inc., they’re an integrated part of the community.
FARGO - Three months ago, a chipper grandmother collapsed at the downtown Holiday Lights Parade while passing out candy.
To her surprise, 62-year-old Roxanne “Roxy” Burnside of Fargo was told in the Sanford emergency room that she’d had a heart attack.
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