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Diagnosing and Treating Pediatric Heart Palpitations

By Digital Media Director, May 25, 2017, Categories: In Print, Today, News

As with adults, heart palpitations in children can range from a harmless annoyance to something indicative of a more serious heart condition. According to pediatric cardiologist Vince Thomas, MD, of Children’s Specialty Physicians in Omaha, the key to knowing where to start with treatment is to determine whether the palpitations are truly an arrhythmia.

Sanford to Help Study Cancer Drugs and Cross-Treatment

By Digital Media Director, May 25, 2017, Categories: In Print, Today, News

A new clinical trial at Sanford Health will examine whether medications that are FDA-approved for one cancer can effectively treat another.

New Surgical Hospital Slated for Sioux Falls

By Digital Media Director, May 24, 2017, Categories: In Print, Today, News, Outreach

This fall, Avera Health will start construction on $174 million worth of building projects in Sioux Falls, including a surgical hospital on a new health campus at 69th Street and Louise Avenue.

Regional Health Breaks Ground on Orthopedic and Sports Medicine Institute

By Digital Media Director, May 24, 2017, Categories: In Print, Today, News, Outreach

Regional Health has broken ground on a state-of-the-art Advanced Orthopedic and Sports Medicine Institute in Rapid City.

Rapid City Medical School Campus Moves Downtown

By Digital Media Director, May 24, 2017, Categories: In Print, Today, News, Education

The Rapid City campus of the University of South Dakota Sanford School of Medicine has moved downtown to 520 Kansas City Street from its previous location in the southern part of town.

USD Nursing's BSN Degree Recognized

By Digital Media Director, May 24, 2017, Categories: In Print, Today, News, Education

The Baccalaureate of Science in Nursing (BSN) program offered by the University of South Dakota has received full status approval by the South Dakota Board of Nursing.

Madison Welcomes New Canine Volunteer

By Digital Media Director, May 24, 2017, Categories: In Print, Today, News, Outreach

Over 65 percent of American households have at least one pet, and most people consider their pets to be members of the family. When patients are hospitalized, they may be missing more than just their human family members, but their four-legged ones, as well.

More Miles Than You Can Use? Consider Donation!

By Digital Media Director, May 24, 2017, Categories: In Print, Today, Outreach

Each year, Make-A-Wish South Dakota grants wishes to sick children and their families that help to ease the pain and stress of facing a life-threatening illness. About 70 percent of those wishes involve travel and it’s not cheap.

Track and Follow up on Your Tests

By Digital Media Director, May 24, 2017, Categories: In Print, Today, Legal

Missed or delayed diagnosis is one of the most often-litigated allegations in medical malpractice.1 These claims often result from tracking and follow-up procedure failures.

Could Your Patient Benefit From Hand Therapy?

By Digital Media Director, May 24, 2017, Categories: In Print, Wellness, Today

This highly specialized form of occupational therapy restores function to damaged upper extremities.

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