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Lance Armstrong's Twitter Ride At Sioux Falls by Tom H. Patient Expert Posted Tue 02 Nov 2010 5:39pm Lance Armstrong is swarmed by photographers and fans at Avera McKennan before his ride through Sioux Falls Friday. Hundreds of riders line up near Avera McKennan waiting for Lance Armstrong to arrive Friday for a ride through Sioux Falls. Read on »
Meet me in Sioux Falls next summer for Ethiopian food by Andrea Z. Patient Expert Posted Tue 18 Oct 2011 2:36pm On our multiple treks from Washington State to Wisconsin, and back, we spend the night in a number of small towns and cities, usually chosen for the dual reasons of timing, and access to restaurants that might provide a vegan dinner for our road-weary selves. We've made the trip so many times, first to visit our kids, and now because we liv ... Read on »
Sioux Falls Teens Fight Childhood Obesity by Len S. Patient Expert Posted Thu 20 Sep 2012 7:22pm From a local NBC affiliate….. Childhood obesity is a growing problem for kids all over the country. It’s estimated that 3 in 10 kids are either overweight, or obese. But it’s not a problem that’s too big for two teens in Sioux Falls. Jermaine Davis and Seth Wimmer are determined to help fight childhood obesity right here in the Sioux Em ... Read on »
Sioux Falls 'vacation' by DebbieR Posted Mon 02 Mar 2009 12:00am Friday night we went to Sioux Falls for the night along with Brian and Elsa. Not the best idea with a sick kid...Landyn was still running a fever at night and so I was up for 3 hours with him. I guess it worked out okay since Kolby doesnt sleep away from home and was up for those 3 hours too. Someday I'll get a full nights's been too ... Read on »
Day in Sioux Falls by DebbieR Posted Wed 24 Feb 2010 7:50pm Today we all made the drive down to Sioux Falls. Eric had a couple floors to fix so I dropped him off first. The boys and I then headed to the mall and did a little shopping, grabbed lunch at the food court, and played in the play area. After that it was off to the urologist for Kolby's post-op checkup. Everything looked great and we had time to ... Read on »
Trip to Sioux Falls! by Little Wonders Posted Sun 27 Nov 2011 12:00am We made the 4.5 hour trip to Sioux Falls this weekend to see Bjorn's sister and her family - and attend the baptism of their new baby boy (and our godson!) Espen. This was the first time we made drive with the girls - because quite frankly, the long drive combined with having the girls (who don't really sleep well in their own beds!) sleep in ... Read on »
Autumn leaves are falling, falling, falling by Allen Patient ExpertHealth Maven Posted Mon 17 Nov 2008 9:09pm I was tired yesterday, so I took an extra rest day and ran this morning. My run was nice, but I was still a bit tired. My wakeup HR was 53. It rained during the night, and the temperature was 41F when I ran. After the run, my wife and I walked our 0.6 mile loop. Leaves are falling, a nice fall day. The Utah ski resorts have 5 feet of snow ... Read on »
Fall Fall Fall by Bobbi M. Patient Expert Posted Wed 23 Sep 2009 10:36pm It’s officially fall! I so need to get out my decorations from last year:). This morning I made some “Sunday” PB and Honey Oat Kashi Whole Wheat Waffles. I also added some chopped pecans, in honor of today. I had an egg on the side as well for a little extra protein to push me through the morning.  So glad you all liked ou ... Read on »
falling together not falling apart by Dr. Johanna Marie McShane Doctor of PhilosophyHealth Maven Posted Mon 27 Jul 2009 11:39pm Does that sound weird? The idea that we could "fall together?" We can indeed fall together, and, interestingly enough, it can feel a lot like falling apart. This fact freaks a lot of people out, and often leads them to believe they are actually falling apart and should be alarmed, when in reality they are making progress and things are ... Read on »
Fear of Falling Can Lead to Falling by Anthony Cirillo Patient ExpertHealth Maven Posted Thu 20 May 2010 6:39am An elderly person's fear of falling can actually exacerbate underlying physical conditions, creating a “vicious circle,” which could lead to a greater risk of falling, according to a new report. Difficulty walking as a result of old age often have many causes. These can include visual defects, degeneration of motor skills, taking medicat ... Read on »