Health & Wellness

Twin Cities Orthopedics' world class facility in Stillwater.

The weather is warming up, which means spring sports and hobbies are underway—although it’s all fun and games, there’s always a risk for injury.

Rhonda Allison Eye & Lip Renew Serum

Did you know that lips are the thinnest skin on the human body? With up to three times fewer cellular layers than facial skin, lips also lack natural body oils to protect and maintain a smooth texture.

Solo Yoga + Bxing

Approaching yoga in an intentional way, Solo Yoga + Bxing combines the power of strength, mobility and intensity to provide a well-rounded experience for any body type.

Sean Coffey

Most people think working 40 hours a week is more than enough to stay busy. For Sean Coffey, it’s just the beginning.

children snow tubing

For the past five decades, the Badlands Snow Park has been a prominent recreation area in Hudson, Wis. Founded in 1970, the resort offers snow activities and relaxation.

Paige Boner

“Really what it was inspired by was definitely personal experience when it comes to anxiety and depression,” Paige Boner says about the impetus for starting her podcast titled It’s Hard in 2019.

The team at Secoya Health

The team at Secoya Health provides a unique model in holistic healthcare that gets to the root cause of illness and suffering. Dr.

man talking with his dad

Adult children between the ages of 30 and 50 can find it daunting to navigate the conversation minefield that is end-of-life care with their parents. So, we asked Dr. Jae-Woo Kim M.D.

The Dr. Greg Seftick Wilderness Scholarship was awarded to two Stillwater Area High School students, Adam Gaertner and Johnna Teegarden, this past spring. Each received a $1,000 award.

There is some controversy over how pickleball got its name, whether the sport reminded founder Joel Pritchard’s wife of a pickle boat crew or if Pritchard simply named the game after the family dog.

Keep pets safe, dog

RACHEL MAIROSE, executive director of Secondhand Hounds, says the shelter has witnessed an uptick in interest for pet adoptions and fostering during the pandemic. “Our large dog coordinator had a 75 percent increase in the number of lives saved over [last] summer,” Mairose says.

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