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  1. New teachers, new heating focus of School Committee's first school-year meetingRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Sep 18 | Worcester Telegram & Gazette

    She also noted that cleaning, including vents, was part of the project, and that has made the schools "palpably cleaner." From more than 800 applicants, the schools hired new teachers this year that are "among the elite of those who applied," Schaper told the School Committee.

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  2. American Farmers Are Growing Old, With Spiraling Costs Keeping Out YoungRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Sep 19 | National Geographic

    Abra Berens and Jess Piskor are business partners on their Bare Knuckle Farm in Northport, Michigan. The small-scale farm sells produce through a CSA and at the local farmers market, and hosts private dinners.

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  3. Calling all runners: Injury assessment clinicRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Sep 19 | Nashoba Publishing Online

    Forty-two million people in the U.S. ran or jogged for exercise in 2013, according to the Sporting Goods Association. While running provides important exercise and conditioning for millions of people, the sport can also cause injuries, some of them painful and long lasting.

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  4. 6 major myths about health care at home debunkedRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Sep 19 | Kevin, M.D.

    As every physician already knows full well, health care services delivered to the home rather than in an institutional setting are increasing, a trend destined to expand even faster in the decades ahead. This shift is inevitable, thanks to our rapidly growing elderly population and the corresponding prevalence of chronic illness, along with the nationwide push for higher quality care at lower cost and dramatic advances in medical technology such as telemonitoring.

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  5. Falls indoors may signal frailty, linked to shorter survivalRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Sep 19 | Fox News

    Women in their eighties who fell indoors, rather than outdoors or from a height like a ladder, died sooner than their peers, a new French study finds. Indoor falls could be an indicator of frailty and a sign that protective measures should be taken, say the authors.

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  6. Region briefs: Smithville, Wooster, Orrville, OhioRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Sep 19 | The Daily Record

    The Wayne County Schools Career Center will hold parent-teacher conferences Oct. 2 at the school from 4-8 p.m. Conferences for parents of Engineering Technologies students will be at Orrville High School on Monday, 4-8 p.m. Appointments with individual teachers are not necessary. A list of academic teacher locations have been sent to parents in the mail, and maps will be available at the front of the school.

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  7. Proper sleepposition isimportantRead the original story

    Friday Sep 19 | The Citizens' Voice

    Recently, I was able to catch up with an expert in physical therapy and dance, Colorado-based Mieke Scripps. She studied dance and kinesiology at the University of Wisconsin while performing in the modern dance troupe Li Chiao-Ping Dance.

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  8. California Athletic Trainers' Association Offers Tips for Exercising Safely in the HeatRead the original story

    Friday Sep 19 | PR.com

    Temperatures are skyrocketing and that means hot weather and high humidity both serious concerns to people of all ages who enjoy spending time outdoors. The California Athletic Trainers' Association warns that heat illness can affect anyone who overexerts themselves under the sun.

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  9. New teachers, new heating focus of School Committee's first school-year meetingRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Sep 18 | Worcester Telegram & Gazette

    She also noted that cleaning, including vents, was part of the project, and that has made the schools "palpably cleaner." From more than 800 applicants, the schools hired new teachers this year that are "among the elite of those who applied," Schaper told the School Committee.

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  10. Modern sports medicine hits home for Wasatch High quarterbackRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Sep 18 | Deseret News

    Three weeks ago, in a football game against Mountain View High School, Wasatch starting quarterback Garrett Davis had a standout performance. The junior was a big factor in the team's victory, running for 31 yards and passing for 291 with four touchdowns.

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  11. Healing Place takes care of body, mind and soulRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Sep 18 | Ruidoso News

    The Healing Place at 200 Mechem offers a "Massage N More" environment where customers can enjoy relaxing, soothing music during a massage or Myofacial Release session. The Healing Place is a treatment center that incorporates the body, mind, and spirit of the individual, focused on healing injured tissues, relieving pain and stress and helping people get back to a pain-free, active lifestyle.

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  12. Conner Olney brings spirit to Boise StateRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Sep 18 | The Arbiter

    Conner Olney is one of Boise State's cheerleaders. Olney is a junior pursuing a major in health sciences.

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  13. ATU-Ozark to break ground on new allied health buildingRead the original story

    Thursday Sep 18 | The City Wire

    Officials with Arkansas Tech University-Ozark Campus will hold a groundbreaking ceremony Oct. 23 for a new $4 million allied health building. Trustees with Arkansas Tech University recently approved awarding a contract to Little Rock-based The Cone Group for $3.959 million for the construction of the new allied health building.

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  14. Trinity Mother Frances accepted for prestigious designation applicationRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Sep 18 | KETK

    Trinity Mother Frances Hospitals and Clinics has been accepted for application to the prestigious American Nurses Credentialing Center's Magnet Recognition Program. The Magnet Recognition Program recognizes healthcare organizations for quality patient care, nursing excellence and innovations in professional nursing practice.

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  15. WTF Does 'Listen To Your Body' Actually Mean?Read the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Sep 18 | Refinery 29

    "Pain is weakness leaving the body." Ah, yes, this statement and similar motivational quotes are go-to stock phrases of drill sargents, tough guys, and, unfortunately, coaches, and workout buddies everywhere.

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  16. Indoor Fall Is Danger Sign for Seniors: StudyRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Sep 18 | News Max

    Women in their eighties who fell indoors, rather than outdoors or from a height like a ladder, died sooner than their peers, a new French study finds. Indoor falls could be an indicator of frailty and a sign that protective measures should be taken, say the authors.

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  17. Update from TE Nick KasaRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Sep 18 | Raiders

    When I first got injured, my mindset went to a negative place. It was an end to my year.

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  18. Previous GOP thwarts McAuliffe's plan to act aloneRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Sep 10 | The Virginian-Pilot

    Gov. Terry McAuliffe was poised to expand Medicaid coverage for uninsured Virginians by executive action three months ago but for a last-minute legislative maneuver that tied his hands, his health secretary said Tuesday night. Health and Human Resources Secretary Bill Hazel said the Democratic governor and his aides had devised a way to make as many as 400,000 low-income Virginians eligible without the Republican-controlled General Assembly's approval, but the plan was thwarted by an amendment inserted into the state budget in the final hours of a contentious legislative session in June.

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  19. Seminole State College plans comprehensive wellness centerRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Sep 18 | The Orlando Sentinel

    Seminole State College of Florida is planning a one-stop community wellness center designed for doctors, physical therapists, counselors, a pharmacy and fitness, yoga and meditation classes. The college is seeking a private partner to build and run the center - an arrangement made possible by a 2013 law allowing such partnerships.

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  20. Heavy, unbalanced backpacks can cause problemsRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Sep 18 | Worcester Telegram & Gazette

    School is back in session, and it's important that students begin the school year with a properly fitting backpack. Ill-fitting or overloaded backpacks can cause injuries ranging from lower back pain to neck spasms, shoulder strain and headaches.

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