Health & Wellness

05.17.18 Training to Serve Annual Benefit Minneapolis MN

 

A Preemptive Strike on HPV

An Ounce of Vaccination Might Be Worth a Ton of Cure You—yes, you, as in Y-O-U, the very person reading this very article N-O-W—might well already have it and not even know it. If you […]

From Trauma to Triumph

Every weekday morning, Mary Grace St. Claire checks into her full-time volunteer shift at Methodist Hospital knowing that a newfound sense of peace and fulfillment will fill her heart at the end of the day. […]

Skirting The Issues: Three Years

Hello. I’m Ellie and I’m an alcoholic. If I make it to June 28 (a few days after this year’s Pride Weekend) without taking a drink, I will have been sober for three years. In […]

It’s Five Thousand Years Old, but is New to Many

How colon hydrotherapy can change your physical and emotional well-being Sure, you can help your health by monitoring what you eat. Picking an apple over a donut is usually a safe bet. But not all […]

Minneapolis Is Ahead In The Poles

Walking into my first pole dancing exercise class was slightly overwhelming. The class before mine (Pole 5) was just wrapping up, so ten graceful bodies were elegantly spinning and contorting six feet off the ground […]

05.14.18 JustUs Behavioral Health Open House Saint Paul MN

Skirting The Issues: Ellie Gets Braces!

Seven weeks ago, I got braces. Yes, you read that right—Ellie Krug, 61 years old—has braces for the first time in her life. I escaped the ordeal of braces as a teenager because my teeth […]

A Word In Edgewise: Ready, Set—Go!

A childhood friend and I chat weekly. At 12, we were press-ganged into Miss Mary Alice’s dance class, then later were accepted into the same tiny prep school class of 20. Today, our conversations often concern our […]

04.14.18 One Voice Mixed Chorus Transgender Voices Festival 2018 Saint Paul MN

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