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Enquiring Minds: Working Sick [SURVEY]

Although maybe more serious stuff like Ebola is on everyone’s mind these days, health care professionals contend a more immediate and likely concern is the onset of the flu season.

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Enquiring Minds: Showing Sedalia [SURVEY]

I've done a decent amount of travelling over the years.  I haven't done too much recently, but I'm hoping to change that. 

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Laser Cleans Bakeware, Brings Future to Kitchens Now

Cooking can be fun, but cleaning is definitely a drag. Until now.

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January is National Radon Action Month

 

National Radon Action Month is Janruary, occuring every year.  Radon gas is becoming more of a widespread problem in the United States. In the U.S., one in fifteen homes are affected by elevated radon levels. Radon cannot be seen, it has no scent, and is colorless. Radon invades homes and buildings through fo

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Get Moving on Your Resolution This Year with Healthy U [INTERVIEW]

If you're making a New Year's resolution to lose weight, two things:  First, good for you.  And second.... I bet you think the odds are completely stacked against you actually succeeding.  Sorry. It doesn't have to be that way, though. 

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COURTESY OF SEDALIA SCHOOL DISTRICT 200 Smith-Cotton High student Annie Guiertries to find her way across the room while wearing goggles that simulate vision impairment caused by alcohol or drug use Dec. 18 in Amy Miller's health class. The exercise provided students with a safe way to see how drugs and alcohol cause disorientation.

Smith-Cotton High School Students See DWI Program

With the help of some specially-made goggles, students in teacher Amy Miller’s health classes at Smith-Cotton High School got to see how alcohol or drugs can leave a person disoriented. The goggles simulate the vision and orientation impairments caused by differing levels of drugs and alcohol

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My Memory of Rose Nolen

I first met Rose when I started writing my column for the Sedalia Democrat, at the same time she was writing hers in the 90s.Both of our columns were classified as nostalgia , but Rose’s Column reached a bigger audience probably because she was a good researcher, and taught her readers some history about Missouri, Pettis County, and Sedalia along with the nostalgia

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Behka’s Enquiring Minds Recap: Week of December 29 [OPINION]

Every day I rack my brain to try to think of things for you and I to talk about.  I see what I do on the air as a way of conversing with you - but most of the time it's just me talking.  So with our surveys, I ask, and you answer. 

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14 Things That Will Cost You More in 2015

Apparently all the talk a few years ago about the world coming to an end were real after all. I've just read that there will be some serious shortages of the best things in life.... so if you can bear it, read on.  

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Flu Advisory Issued By Bothwell Regional Health Center

Influenza has seen an uptick in recent weeks, so much that the Bothwell Regional Health Center Communications Director issued and advisory for those that are feeling ill and to caution visitors to patients if they're feeling ill

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