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When gyms were forced to close during last year’s pandemic lockdowns, workout routines were disrupted, leaving many unsure about how best to continue their healthy, active lifestyles.

With a little patience and guidance, you can become a nurturing resource for a child in need. Born Chea, adoptions and foster care licensing supervisor of Hennepin County Foster Care, helps map out the step-by-step process.

Dr. Justin Anderson is a licensed sports psychologist and owner of Premier Sport Psychology in Edina. According to Anderson, the sports psychology field is growing and becoming essential for many athletes.

Despite recent publicity thanks to celebrities such as Hayden Panettiere, many women still suffer alone through postpartum anxiety and depression.

Blue Cross and Blue Shield retail store opened in Edina in late 2014 with the purpose of helping the public learn more about, and get the most out of, their health care options.

As a former test engineer at IBM, Jim Fenleson knows how to get to the root of a problem. In this case, 22 years after his retirement, the problem was his balance. After several falls, Fenleson was prompted to use his professional experience to discover what was causing his unsteadiness.

Minor injuries are nothing new to a parent of a young athlete.

Last fall Marsha Milliken, Marie Sheridan, Nancy Subra and Joann Diamond of Federated Insurance in Edina embarked on the weight-loss challenge called Slim Down to Sin Town, sponsored by Medifast Weight Control Centers and KQRS Radio.

At West Metro Hypnosis, owner and certified professional hypnotist Kelli von Heydekampf helps clients create change and achieve success by guiding them to a heightened state of awareness. Before guiding clients to this hypnotic state, von Heydekampf determines each client’s specific needs.

I’m Alive: Courage, Hope and a Miracle is the story of Edina resident and former high school hockey star Duke Pieper, who, at 15, reached both the heights and depths of his young life.

Welcyon, a fitness program franchise for the 50-plus crowd, claims it can help baby boomers double their strength in a year.

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