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Meredith Williams

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Recent:
  • Post-Bulletin
Past:
  • inforum
  • Grand Forks Herald

Recent articles by Meredith:

Nanodropper's solution to a 'small' problem is a big deal

Allisa Song, a Mayo Clinic Alix School of Medicine student, and her husband, Elias Baker, learned that the standard delivery of eye medications was wasteful and potentially harmful to patients. → Read More

5 Things to Catch

What's happening this week? → Read More

Pedestrian struck by car in Southeast Rochester

Police on scene late Tuesday night said the person suffered "serious injuries." → Read More

Mayo Clinic Hospice offering grief support via Zoom

Weekly sessions are designed to help participants cope with multiple layers of loss. → Read More

Mayo Clinic Q&A: How to deal with a tight hamstring

More often than not, stretching only provides short-term relief, then the tight sensation comes right back. → Read More

Rochester-raised filmmaker debuts feature film at Sundance Film Festival online

Alex Camilleri, who grew up in Rochester, tells the story of a Maltese fisherman in "LUZZU," which will be available for streaming online. → Read More

Rochester-raised filmmaker debuts feature film at Sundance Film Festival online

Alex Camilleri, who grew up in Rochester, tells the story of a Maltese fisherman in "LUZZU," which will be available for streaming online. → Read More

Cowboy Church will be held Feb. 7

Masks are required, and social distancing will be practiced. → Read More

Filmmaker with Rochester ties debuts feature-length film at Sundance

Alex Camilleri, who grew up here, tells the story of a Maltese fisherman in "LUZZU," which will be available for streaming online. → Read More

Mayo Clinic Q&A: Hot yoga can be beneficial, but proceed with caution

The challenge comes from the temperature of the room and the intensity of the poses. → Read More

Mayo Clinic busts workout myths

Before you start a new routine, it's important to learn the basics. → Read More

Mayo Clinic Q&A: COVID-19 and high blood pressure

Untreated high blood pressure can increase the risk of serious illness with COVID-19. → Read More

Mayo Clinic Q&A: COVID-19 vaccine myths

No, the vaccine does not contain a microchip. Yes, you need to keep wearing a mask. → Read More

Column: Pandemic was an unexpected challenge after move to new city

Rochester Post Bulletin Features Editor Meredith Williams talks about adapting to a new city during a pandemic. → Read More

Column: Pandemic was an unexpected challenge after move to new city

Rochester Post Bulletin Features Editor Meredith Williams talks about adapting to a new city during a pandemic. → Read More

Mayo Clinic Q&A: Saying no to holiday gatherings during the COVID-19 pandemic

Post Bulletin your best local source for news, sports, and weather in the Rochester area → Read More

Southeastern Minnesota Poets seeking poems for virtual program

Six winning poems will be illustrated by local artists and incorporated into an e-chapbook. → Read More

Mayo Clinic Q&A: What is palliative care, and who needs it?

Palliative care is a specialty that focuses on improving quality of life for people who have chronic, serious or advanced medical conditions. → Read More

Mayo Clinic Q&A: COVID-19 testing for children

Prepare children for testing by explaining the process in kid-friendly terms. → Read More

Mayo Clinic Q&A: What does dense breast tissue mean for screenings?

Mayo doctor explains what "dense breasts" means and how it affects prevention and detection. → Read More