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Sunday Deadline Looms For Affordable Care Act Open Enrollment

Sunday Deadline Looms For Affordable Care Act Open Enrollment

3 hours ago   |   NPR

The Health and Human Services Secretary tweeted a reminder: "If you decide that purchasing coverage through healthcare.gov is the right decision for you, make sure you select...
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Report: Cubs bring back Brandon Morrow on minor league deal

3 hours ago   |   WGN TV

CHICAGO - After missing all of 2019 and half of 2018, Brandon Morrow is reportedly returning to the Cubs on a minor league deal. According to ESPN's Jesse Rogers, the minor...
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Despite lifting vape ban, local shops still struggling

Despite lifting vape ban, local shops still struggling

5 hours ago   |   Boston Herald

After three years of selling vape products to support his family, Jeffrey Vick, owner of Vick's Vape Shop in Medford, said that Gov. Charlie Baker's temporary vaping ban has...
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Schools monitor kids with vape, sound detectors and now facial recognition

5 hours ago   |   Times Union

ALBANY - School shootings and public health concerns like teen vaping are prompting public schools across the state to invest in advanced technologies to monitor students and...
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Remote Area Medical's traveling clinics reveal a big problem with America's health care system

Remote Area Medical's traveling clinics reveal a big problem with America's health care system

5 hours ago   |   WLWT

“It doesn't make a difference where we go, it's working people.” Jeff Eastman, CEO of Remote Area Medical, talks about the patients the traveling clinic helps. Many of them...
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Report: Flu Season In Minnesota Is Kicking Off With Influenza B

9 hours ago   |   CBS

MINNEAPOLIS - Flu season in Minnesota is off to an unusual start, with the B strain of influenza causing most of the lab-confirmed cases instead of the usual A strain. The Star...
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6 Texas children have died from flu-related causes

9 hours ago   |   ABC

Houston health officials are encouraging flu shots after nearly 1,900 died in Texas last year.
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New leader of employer health group talks drug costs and improving access to mental health care

13 hours ago   |   Star Tribune

Mamie Segall, a longtime health care executive, was named this month as president of the Bloomington-based Minnesota Health Action Group.
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Legionnaires' cases could be linked to CDH, health officials say

15 hours ago   |   ABC

The Illinois Department of Public Health and the DuPage County Health Department are investigating three cases of Legionnaires' disease in former patients of Northwestern...
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Marathon Running May Be Good for Your Knees

15 hours ago   |   NY Times

Distance running rebuilds the health of certain essential components of middle-aged knees.
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LSU's Joe Burrow wins Heisman Trophy in record landslide

LSU's Joe Burrow wins Heisman Trophy in record landslide

One day, LSU football was in mourning. The next day, it officially added a transfer. Nobody knew at the time the two men would one day have so much in common. On May 20, 2018... Read more ...

At Army-Navy game, President Trump touts new pro sports option

At Army-Navy game, President Trump touts new pro sports option

President Donald Trump said he's giving military academy athletes with pro potential the chance "to make a fortune." Read more ...

Man who stole $88,000 from bank vault caught after he flashed stacks of...

Man who stole $88,000 from bank vault caught after he flashed stacks of bills on social media

Authorities say a bank employee allegedly stole $88,000 from the bank's vault and later posted photos to social media of him holding large stacks of cash. Read more ...

Democratic Rep. Jeff Van Drew Considers Switching Parties Over Impeachment

Democratic Rep. Jeff Van Drew Considers Switching Parties Over Impeachment

It's his first term in Congress. Read more ...

Obituary: Richard Hatcher / One of first black mayors of a large U.S. city

Obituary: Richard Hatcher / One of first black mayors of a large U.S. city

Former Gary, Ind., Mayor Richard Hatcher, who became one of the first black mayors of a big U.S. city, has died. He was 86. Read more ...

UN climate talks in limbo as chair Chile bids for compromise

UN climate talks in limbo as chair Chile bids for compromise

Chilean officials presiding over U.N. climate talks said they plan to propose a compromise to bridge yawning differences among countries. Read more ...

McCormack's 28 points help No. 2 KU rout Kansas City 98-57

McCormack's 28 points help No. 2 KU rout Kansas City 98-57

KANSAS CITY, Mo. - David McCormack scored a career-high 28 points, Devon Dotson added 18 and second-ranked Kansas overwhelmed Kansas City 98-57 on Saturday night in its annual... Read more ...

Florida State RB Akers to enter draft, won't play in bowl

Florida State RB Akers to enter draft, won't play in bowl

TALLAHASSEE, Fla. - Junior running back Cam Akers of Florida State will enter the 2020 NFL draft and won't play in the Seminoles' Sun Bowl game on Dec. 31 against Arizona State. Read more ...

The New York Times editorial board calls for Trump's impeachment

The New York Times editorial board calls for Trump's impeachment

Over the past several weeks, editorial boards at well-regarded news organizations have begun calling for President Donald Trump's impeachment . On Saturday, the editorial board... Read more ...

Ducks beat Rangers in shootout after Lindholm ties it late

Ducks beat Rangers in shootout after Lindholm ties it late

ANAHEIM, Calif. - Jakob Silfverberg and Ondrej Kase scored in the shootout after Hampus Lindholm tied the game on the power play with 1:46 remaining in the third period and the... Read more ...