Wellness

Illustrated text that reads "All Bodies Fit."

The Emily Program in Woodbury seeks to end stereotypes and soothe the pain of eating disorders—regardless of your age or stage in life.

While working in the Woodbury community for years in private practice and in the school system as a licensed marriage and family therapist, Sheila Dwyer found that most children with academic, social and behavioral struggles were offered only one type of treatment: prescription medication.

The new Fraser facility, which broke ground in July of 2017 in Woodbury and will open this summer, is Fraser’s seventh state-of-the-art children’s clinic and the first in the area.

As a personal trainer and lifelong soccer player, Pure Purpose founder Jane Kramer knows that nutrition is one of the most important components of a successful workout.

The healing power of art has been long recognized and celebrated. Its ability to surrender usually busy brains to simplicity and peace has made it a valued therapy method.

Mental health isn’t something you have to go through alone. Dr.

Elite competitors IN THE SPORT OF CURLING don’t achieve the fame and fortune of athletes in some of the more prominent sports. So longtime Woodbury resident Pete Westberg isn’t expecting any million-dollar endorsement deals.

The holidays are a time for family, which includes our four-legged family members. Kate An Hunter, DVM, of Carver Lake Veterinary Center, shares some tips for ensuring a safe and enjoyable holiday for your pet.

The holiday season can be a joyous time filled with family and friends, but it can also be a time of increased stress for many.

Paws Unleashed, which opened in July, is a new place to take your dog or puppy for a premier doggy day care or overnight boarding experience, or a one-on-one training program.

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