Health & Wellness

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For patients recovering from COVID-19 and those who have been in isolation for some time, Jan Hanson, M.S., PT,  owner, director and physical therapist at Fyzical Therapy & Balance Centers, says working through decondition

Four curling brooms and a stone at the St. Croix Curling Center

If you’ve always wanted to try curling but didn’t know where to begin, check out the St. Croix Curling Center at St. Mary’s Point Hockey Arena.

Jacek Kozdroj guides a client through an exercise at Anytime Fitness in Woodbury.

The husband and wife duo behind Anytime Fitness Woodbury have made it their mission to help anyone at any age learn how to exercise properly.

A brown dog holds a yellow toothbrush in its mouth.

Our resident pet expert breaks down the benefits of the best dog treats.

A woman walks two dogs.

Our resident pet expert answers a common question: Do walks really make a difference?

A variety of healthy foods in Tupperware.

Seemingly small lifestyle changes have a big impact on staying healthy.

A grandfather and grandson play superheroes

This year, forget about the usual resolutions and the superficial promises of vanity at New Year’s.

The Minnesota Thunder Academy U17 team at the Gothia World Youth Cup

Woodbury soccer players take home the trophy at Sweden’s Gothia Cup.

Physical therapist Jan Hanson, owner of Fyzical Therapy and Balance Centers in Woodbury.

Woodbury physical therapist Jan Hanson treats patients holistically.

The East Metro Miracle League provides an opportunity to play baseball for kids ages 3 to 18 with cognitive and/or physical special needs. The integrated teams play on the specially designed Miracle Field at HealthEast Sports Center, and players are matched as needed with a volunteer buddy.

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