Before the COVID-19 pandemic, telemedicine programs were not a common offering to patients seeking care. But the pandemic forced healthcare providers to adjust care and deliver treatment remotely through telemedicine programs.
Health & Wellness
From teenagers to men to 73-year-olds, Edina Barre3 owners and best friends Lucy Gardiner and Morgan Wolfe have trained every kind of body.
Ghosts, ghouls and goblins, oh my! It’s that time of year. Time to carve pumpkins, watch scary movies and dress up in your best costumes. A great costume is half the fun (the other half is candy of course). So check these tips for dressing to dazzle and spark conversation this Halloween.
Edina resident Albert Tsai is certainly aware of the importance of heart health. A researcher in the cardiovascular unit of the Minnesota Department of Health, he spends the better part of his weekdays ensuring communities throughout the state can be heart healthy.
Kelly Cochrane is a bundle of energy, charisma, drive and chutzpah whose warm and bubbly personality envelops whomever she talks to. This three-time cancer survivor knows a thing or two about relationships and community.
Originally developed in Korea, taekwondo is a form of martial arts now practiced all over the world.
With 500 new “dockless” bikes in Edina, residents are officially able to go green with LimeBike. All you need to do is download the app to your mobile device.
Sperides Reiners Architects has worked on over 20 projects in Edina.
Being recognized for your accomplishments is one of the greatest feelings in the world. Recently a forward for Edina High School’s hockey team was recognized for his skills.
Outdoor activities for kids need not always be about typical team sports. Some kids and teens prefer more individual challenges like skateboarding.
Braemar Arena and Field—famous for hosting popular events from Hornet hockey games to figure skating shows—features a wall devoted to hockey and figure skating history with a large mural.