The psychiatric manual that many in the industry rely on to help diagnose patients with mental illnesses is getting some revisions. While those in support of the changes say that they will help make sure people get accurately diagnosed and treated, many critics are afraid the changes will just make the “pop a pill” culture worse.
Saturday May 18th, 9:00 am starting at NIACC in Mason City.
Two local breast cancer survivors talk about some difficult choices, and measures they’ve had to take to stay healthy.
A north Iowa woman is looking to raise awareness as she takes part in the Walk MS event this weekend.
When it comes to grabbing a snack on-the-go, there aren’t always healthy options in those vending machines. But one north Iowa city is hoping to change that.
According to the Centers for Disease Control, there were almost 300 people who died due to the disease.
Hospitals in north Iowa and southern Minnesota receive high marks for patient safety.
The recognition names Mayo Clinic’s hospitals Rochester as well as Mayo… More »
The product once told could protect from any kind of bacteria may actually be ineffective in the long run.
MASON CITY, IA – The Mercy Cancer Center is encouraging people to get tested for colorectal cancer.
They will help give out free colorecal… More »
The American Cancer Society is looking for volunteers for a new cancer prevention study.