Men's Health

CentraCare Hosts Strides for Stroke Walk
Help prevent death and disability by learning the symptoms of stroke. CentraCare Neurosciences Stroke Center is joining other cities across Minnesota for the Minnesota Stroke Association’s Strides for Stroke. Join an in-person walk on May 21 at CentraCare Plaza in St. Cloud or complete it virtually. Learn more.
Strike Out Stroke at the Rox Baseball Game June 5
CentraCare Neurosciences Stroke Center is teaming up with the St. Cloud Rox on June 5 with a 4:05 p.m. game at Joe Faber Field, St. Cloud. The event will help raise stroke awareness in the community. The first 300 children aged 14 and younger will receive a 26” wooden baseball bat, sponsored by CentraCare Neurosciences Stroke Center. To purchase tickets, visit or call 320-240-9798.
Help Lower Your Cholesterol with Eight Anti-Inflammatory Foods
Inflammation is a part of your body’s normal response to infection or injury, but chronic inflammation can increase your risk of heart disease and stroke. Clinical Dietitian Dani Armbrust shares tips on how to eat a variety of anti-inflammatory foods.
A Happy Ending: Evaluating Lens Options for Cataract Surgery
As an author of historical fiction, Linda C., of Richmond, relies on her eyesight to research and write stories. Over the last few years, though, Linda went from being able to see up close to not even being able to read grocery store signs, menus or road signs. Like many other people, Linda tried to live with cataracts, but that didn’t last long. The “line in the sand” for Linda came when she became a “granny nanny” for her newborn granddaughter, Ivy, which required leaving home at 4:30 a.m. and returning after 5 p.m.

“I quickly realized I was a danger to everyone on the road,” Linda said. Read Linda’s story.