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Students at Tygarts Valley Middle and High School were dismissed early on Thursday and will not be going to school on Friday, Dec. 8. more
Ever wondered about the magic behind those energetic aerobics classes that make you break a sweat with a smile? Well, it’s time to give a shout-out to the unsung heroes of the fitness world – … more
Four students impressed EIT Health judges with their pitch for RecoverKnee, a product that aims to help people with cruciate injuries heal better. Read more: Irish students scoop first place at … more
ROCHESTER, N.Y. (WROC) — A Bills sweatshirt to benefit Golisano Children's Hospital is getting some national attention! Dave Portnoy, the president of Barstool Sports, posted a video to Twitter … more
A Stamford woman who worked as a personal caregiver is charged with defrauding Medicaid of nearly $15,000 while her client was in prison and in the hospital. more
You hear the unmistakable laugh before you see the man. Eddie Murphy’s deep, joyous chuckle could qualify as its own special effect. more
Previous FDA efforts on menthol have been derailed by tobacco industry pushback or competing political priorities across several administrations. more
While killings are rare, nursing industry groups say non-fatal violence against health care workers is not. The post A nurse’s fatal last visit to patient’s home in Connecticut renews calls … more
The economics of pet healthcare are changing. Could Paws In Need fill the gaps? more
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BrightHR's Thea Watson offers advice to employers on how to manage workplace stress in the lead up to the holidays. Read more: How to manage festive stress in the workplace more
Additional testing for foreign-caught shrimp and crawfish, which Louisiana fisherfolk say undercuts their local product, could come at the expense of the wholesalers who are importing the seafood to … more
RCSI and AMBER researchers claim their implant stopped 80pc of potentially harmful bacteria from attaching to the treatment site. Read more: New implant may speed up bone healing and prevent … more
Gov. Ned Lamont offered thanks to the alliance that represents nonprofit service providers, but he made no promise of more funding in the next fiscal year. more
As winter approaches, migrant families no longer have a time limit in shelters, but single adults must move out after 14 days more
Former U.K. Prime Minister Boris Johnson is returning for a second day of testimony before a COVID-19 public inquiry, facing further grilling over how he dealt with the latter stages of the … more
By Eliza Siegel | Stacker Andrey_Popov // Shutterstock (Stacker) – Diabetes is a disease about which there are countless myths, misconceptions, and even moral judgments. Widespread cultural … more
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention observes "National Influenza Vaccination Week" from Dec. 4 - Dec. 8.          more
A new report by KFF Health says many states aren't warning residents about PFAS in fish, but North Carolina is one of 17 that does. more
New York State Health Commissioner Dr. James McDonald declared that the flu is now prevalent in New York State which triggers mask requirements for certain healthcare workers. more
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