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Avoiding Winter Colds & Flu

Avoiding illness this winter may seem impossible, especially if you have kids in daycare, are frequently visiting hospitals or doctors’ offices or have coworkers coughing next to you. If on top of it, you’re stressed and tired, you’re only more susceptible to colds and flu. Caregivers need to stay healthy, so here are some tips to skipping the winter sickness […]

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Share Your Heartfelt Moments

Certain moments in our lives are worth remembering, celebrating and sharing. It is those everyday moments that fill your heart with joy that you’ll never forget and that still bring a smile to your face. These are the heartfelt moments we will always celebrate. Here are a few of the heartwarming moments we’ve gathered, and share your special moments in […]

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Family of the Month – February 2014

This month, we are going to highlight an amazing young girl, her family and the community that went above and beyond to support them during her health journey. On August 2, 2013, Sophia V. and her family received her life-altering diagnosis of stage 4 ryhabdomyosarcoma alveolar. “Our world shattered— we knew something was very wrong with our sweet daughter,” said […]

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Minnesota Wild’s February Charity of the Month

CaringBridge has been recently selected as the Charity of the Month for the Minnesota Wild Hockey Club. The Wild selects Minnesota nonprofits doing good in the local community. CaringBridge has appeared numerous times throughout the organization’s history as they select individuals to participate in Wild sponsored activities. One of the members, Brenna Tobais, of the Community Relations team for the […]

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A Paper Crane Project: Coping with a Parent’s Diagnosis

My Dad’s Diagnosis For six months my studio apartment slowly filled with paper cranes. At first they started lining windowsills then bookshelves, countertops and wallboards. Finally, when space ran out, I strung the cranes using clear fishing wire and hung them on the walls. In June 2013 my Dad was diagnosed with Hodgkin’s Lymphoma. As a 20-something starting my own […]

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