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Overeaters' Anonymous To Meet This Weekend

Posted: 06/16/2010 - Overeaters who want to break the cycle of their eating behavior can begin the healing process at Topeka's Holidome Friday through Sunday.

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AG Six, Aging's Kennedy Warn of More Medicare Scams

Posted: 06/15/2010 - Attorney General Six, Secretary of Aging Martin Kennedy are again warning seniors of Medicare “donut hole” fraud schemes. Here's the number to call if you have concerns or questions.

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Training Set For Volunteers To Help Cancer Patients

Posted: 06/10/2010 - A free "Look Good…Feel Better" training and recertification session will take place from 10 am to 1:30 pm Monday, June 14, at the Cotton-O’Neil Cancer Center, 1414 SW 8th St., Topeka.

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Cleanup Crew Workers Starting to Get Sick

Posted: 06/07/2010 - More than 75 workers near the site of the pill are being treated for symptoms of illnesses associated with not wearing protective gear around the gushed oil.

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Breast Cancer Vaccine Showing Promise

Posted: 05/31/2010 - For younger women with a heightened risk of breast cancer, the vaccine may be an option to consider instead of prophylactic radical mastectomies.

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NAMI Offers Resources For Veterans

Posted: 05/31/2010 - NAMI says traumatic brain injury, depression and other mental illnesses are major concerns in the veteran population. Because of this, NAMI has created the Veterans Resource Center.

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Stormont-Vail Gets High Marks For Heart Echos

Posted: 05/26/2010 - The Stormont-Vail Echocardiography Lab, with locations in the hospital, at the Cotton-O'Neil Heart Center and at Medical Arts Clinic in Emporia, was granted accreditation by the Intersocietal Commission for the Accreditation of Echocardiography Laboratories.

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Roberts Disputes Secretary's Medicare Claims

Posted: 05/26/2010 - Sen. Pat Roberts, R-Kansas, sent a letter to HHS Secretary Kathleen Sebelius about a mailing bearing her name that was sent to Medicare beneficiaries.

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Red Cross Returns with Lifesaving Water Safety Classes

Posted: 05/25/2010 - Nearly half the people surveyed by the Red Cross, said they survived a frightening "near drowning" experience. Here's how kids (and adults) can keep their heads above water on pool safety this summer.

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More States Racing to Ban K-2

Posted: 05/24/2010 - Poison centers nationwide have reported 352 cases of people sickened by the substance in 35 states, according to USA Today.

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Good, Bad Highlight Alzheimer's Research

Posted: 05/20/2010 - New research shows there's no proven way to prevent Alzheimer's but doctors say catching it early can slow its progression.

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Be Aware of Hepatitis This Month

Posted: 05/19/2010 - May marks the 15th anniversary of Hepatitis Awareness Month in Kansas and around the country. Viral hepatitis causes more than three-fourths of all major liver cancers.

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Walgreen's Won't Sell Home DNA Testing Kits

Posted: 05/13/2010 - Concerns are raised about the drugstore test kits, which were set to go on sale this weekend. The FDA is checking claims about the new genetic exam packages.

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Making Sure Bike Helmets Protect Your Child

Posted: 05/06/2010 - Safe Kids Kansas invites kids and their parents to join them for Kansas Kids Safety and Fitness Day Friday at 10:00am at the Governor's Mansion. Helmet safety will be featured at the event.

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