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Statistics show that 31 percent of women in North Dakota have experienced some form of domestic violence. Domestic disputes are among the most common calls of police officers and have steadily risen in our state over the last few years.

Making sure you exercise and eat a balanced diet is one way to minimize your chances of developing heart disease.

Volunteers with CHI St. Alexius Health are celebrating American Heart Month by knitting red hats for all babies born at CHI St. Alexius Health in February.

CHI St. Alexius Health announces its 2015 Excellence in Nursing Award recipients.

Venous thromboembolism is more commonly defined as DVT, PE, or both, affects an estimated 300,000-600,000 individuals in the U-S each year.

Cold, dry weather is usually a part of every North Dakotan's January, and when that weather does come, it can cause breathing issues.

Jolie Johnston said it wasn’t the Hallmark moment she imagined it to be when she was took her newborn daughter, Marni, home from the hospital for the first time.

Dr. Matt Nelson, a cardiologist with CHI St. Alexius Health Heart & Lung Clinic, is presenting a FREE community health talk at 7 p.m. on Thursday, 2-11.

CHI St. Alexius Health’s Auxiliary presented the Medical Center with a $75,000 donation during the Auxiliary’s annual business meeting.

Around 1.5 million people suffer cardiac events every year in the U-S, but fewer than 50 percent call 911 when it's happening.