Minnesota Wild goalie Josh Harding has been making progress toward a return to playing. Harding took part in the team skate before the Wild hosted Ottawa on Tuesday.
Kira Zubar walks down the halls of Eden Prairie High School as a champion. She captured the 500 meter title at the state swim meet. And she is, in part, motivated by her mother, who suffers from multiple sclerosis. Watch the video to see Mike Max’s profile of our outstanding Athlete of the Week!
As the days are getting shorter we’re getting less sunlight. We hear a lot about Vitamin D and how it’s good for our skin, but there’s also plenty of myths out there about it. Dr. Jess Prischmann joined the WCCO This Morning show to address the truth about some misconceptions with Vitamin D.
Yes, the Wild are off to a great 10-4 start. But another story that continues to develop is how well Josh Harding has been standing out in goal for Minnesota, as he tries to put his multiple sclerosis on the back burner.
It came as a shock to many in the hockey community. Last October, just before the start of the NHL season, Minnesota Wild goalie Josh Harding announced he was diagnosed with Multiple Sclerosis. But he’s vowed not to let the disease slow him down.
Minnesota Wild goalie Josh Harding won a major NHL Award Friday – the Masterton Trophy. It’s a direct result of the way he’s approached his battle with multiple sclerosis (MS), and the way he’s inspired others as a result. When Josh Harding was told he had MS last fall, one of the hardest parts was telling other people. “It was tough. I didn’t know how to do it, I didn’t know how everybody would kind of view me after that. But I’m glad that I did,” Harding said.
Minnesota Wild goaltender doesn’t want to be considered the NHL’s only player with multiple sclerosis, he just wants to be recognized for stopping the puck.
Watching Minnesota Wild goaltender Josh Harding between the pipes, you wouldn’t know he’s battling a terrible disease.
It’s a trek that would wear anybody out. The MS 150 ride goes from Duluth to the Twin Cities this weekend and one man racing is not only a double amputee and four-time cancer survivor, but he’s determined to raise money for those affected by multiple sclerosis.
Thousands will lace up on Sunday in Minneapolis to help fight multiple sclerosis with Walk MS. But for a Shoreview family, Sunday will mean a bit more because after a decade of supporting her father, 15-year-old Emily Blosberg is walking for herself, too. She was diagnosed with MS late last year.
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A judge dismissed a drug paraphernalia possession charge against former talk show host Montel Williams, who was briefly detained at a Milwaukee airport in January after a search of his luggage turned up the type of pipe commonly used for smoking marijuana.