If you have diabetes, you have the chance to make history and the opportunity to get your blood sugar under control with free medications.… More »
Anyone going into the water this summer is being asked to stay safe.
Governor terry Branstad has recognized this week as “drowning prevention week”.
Mayo Clinic children’s center receives high marks for the third year in a row.
Mayo Clinics ranked in all ten pediatric specialties in u-s… More »
People who consume coffee or other caffinated beverages on a regular basis could now be classified as having a temporary mental disorder.
The Iowa Department of Public Health is offering free nicotine replacement patches and gum during the month of June.
It’s available to smokers who… More »
A new patient portal provides access to a variety of information.
It’s an opportunity to raise awareness for a disease many are still learning about.
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.