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Region Earns Mixed Grades In American Lung Association Tobacco Cessation Report

Region Earns Mixed Grades In American Lung Association Tobacco Cessation Report

The United States is at a tipping point when it comes to policies that help smokers quit, according to the American Lung Association’s “Helping Smokers Quit: Tobacco Cessation Coverage 2012” report.  The annual report provides a comprehensive review of each state’s tobacco cessation coverage and an up-to-date look at federal coverage and requirements under the Affordable Care Act. 

Local Nursing Students Awarded $1K Scholarships

Local nursing students are getting help paying their school bills with the help of the Cambridge Memorial Hospital Foundation.

For the 10th year, nursing students in their second semester at the Anoka-Ramsey Community College Cambridge Campus were each given a $1,000 scholarship. The total donated was $25,000.

Volunteers Help Blaine Girl in Need of Bone Marrow Transplant

North Metro Pharmacies Join ‘National Memory Screening Day’

4th Minnesotan Sues After Contracting Meningitis

2 Anoka Tech Students Receive Occupational Therapy Scholarships

2 Anoka Tech Students Receive Occupational Therapy Scholarships

Two Anoka Technical College students recently received scholarships for their work in occupational therapy.

Connie Mills and Kari Roble, who are both Occupational Therapy Assistant program students at the college, were honored at the annual Minnesota Occupational Therapy Association conference in October.

Anoka County Sheriff Might Sleep on Roof for Mental Health Fundraiser

Anoka County Sheriff James Stuart is asking residents to donate to a local mental health organization – and if he doesn’t meet his fundraising goal, he’ll be sleeping on the roof.