In The News

Check-in calls improve health of patients at risk for heart disease
04/05/2014 - Star Tribune
For people trying to eat right and get more exercise, some gentle nagging can go a long way. Just ask Pat Rolloff of New Ulm, Minn.
HONU data presented at Cardiology conference
04/02/2014 - The New Ulm Journal
Six-month data from the Heart of New Ulm Project's HeartBeat Connections program was presented at the American College of Cardiology (ACC) conference in Washington D.C. on March 30.
New Ulm’s HeartBeat – Making People Healthier and Saving Lives
03/31/2014 - Mankato Times
Six-month data from Hearts Beat Back: The Heart of New Ulm Project’s HeartBeat Connections program was presented at the American College of Cardiology (ACC) conference in Washington, D.C. on March 30.
Cross Fit opens in New Ulm
02/24/2014 - The New Ulm Journal
Subscription Required - Cross Fit has come to town, bringing a strength and conditioning program to local residents. The New Ulm Cross Fit is located on 509 North 20th Street. It is run by Jeff and Brandy Toomer.
Three physicians step outside their offices to focus on the health of their communities
02/08/2014 - Minnesota Medicine
Physicians are trained to help individual patients stay healthy or recover from ailments. And most thrive doing that. But for some, that’s just not enough. They want to have a broader and deeper impact on the health of the public at large.
HONU Update: NUBBA invites fans to SWAP IT to ROCK IT at upcoming tournaments
02/06/2014 - The New Ulm Journal
Subscription Required - The New Ulm Basketball Association (NUBBA) is set to host its annual home tournaments in February and about 40 youth girls teams along with 60 youth boys teams from the Twin Cities, Rochester, Marshall, Willmar and all points between will be set for fast action, fun and some healthy competition.
New Ulm Basketball Association Invites Fans to “SWAP IT to ROCK IT”
01/30/2014 - Mankato Times
The New Ulm Basketball Association (NUBBA) is set to host its annual home tournaments in February and about 40 youth girls teams along with 60 youth boys teams from the Twin Cities, Rochester, Marshall, Willmar...
Partners cooperate on developing ‘Safe Routes to School’
01/30/2014 - The New Ulm Journal
Subscription Required - Several community partners have joined forces to develop an initiative called Safe Routes to School, reports District 88 Superintendent Jeff Bertrang.
Healtier alternatives at NUHS basketball games
01/03/2014 - The New Ulm Journal
Subscription Required - Attendees of the New Ulm girl's basketball game against Mankato East next Tuesday will be given healthier alternatives at the concession stand.
The holidays are a great time to concentrate on healthy eating
11/27/2013 - The Sleepy Eye Hearld-Dispatch
November propels us into the holiday season and for many, that means attending parties, family gatherings and celebrations focused around rich and savory food.

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