Allina Health

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Allina Health is listed in the Physicians & Surgeons category in Anoka, Minnesota. Displayed below are the social networks for Allina Health which include a Facebook page, a Google Plus page, a Linkedin company page, a Pinterest page, a Twitter account and a YouTube channel. The activity and popularity of Allina Health on these social networks gives it a ZapScore of 95.

Contact information for Allina Health is:
5300 Alpine Dr NW
Anoka, MN 55303
(763) 236-0000
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Eat your way to a better workout: bit.ly/2lxszHz


How platelet-rich plasma therapy could work for your injury? bit.ly/1QQarDp

No matter your goal, understanding how food and drink can impact your energy is important to your success: http://bit.ly/2lxszHz
As a registered dietitian, I frequently see two common situations among those trying to lose weight with diet and exercise but not seeing results on the scale:


Can the emotional pain of heartache actually lead to a serious illness? bit.ly/1Tkhbti


Mercy Hospital - Unity Campus to host open house Feb. 27: bit.ly/2kt0T2w


New type of heart attack striking younger women: bit.ly/2kxliDD

Dr. Courtney Baechler shares some simple ways you can beat the odds of heart disease through a holistic approach: http://bit.ly/2lfLIvz
Did you know that only 15 percent of overall heart disease is hereditary?

After a hectic week of work and adulting, you might need some time to recharge and chill. Here are some ideas you can do by yourself or with friends for girls' night in: http://bit.ly/2kxPrrh
Treat yourself—and your friends—to girls' night in.

Conversations about healthy, strong bones usually include milk, but what if you're not a milk-drinker or are lactose intolerant? Jaclyn Guetzko, DNP, Allina Health Bloomington Clinic, talks about options: http://bit.ly/2kD9bog
Our bones are at their strongest at age 30, and slowly lose density as we age.

There is a certain type of heart attack that is striking a growing number of women in their late 30s and 40s. It’s called SCAD — spontaneous coronary artery dissection. Minneapolis Heart Institute cardiologist, Dr. Elizabeth Grey, talked with WCCO News about this situation.