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Kansas and Missouri Considering Tanning Bed Restrictions

KANSAS CITY, Mo. (AP) — A national debate over the safety of tanning beds has made its way to Kansas and Missouri, where lawmakers are considering measures that could sharply reduce their use by minors.

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Local Walk MS Team Hosting Shop to Stop MS Fundraiser [INTERVIEW]

Usually here on our stations and on the web, I don't really stay too serious. It's not that I don't think serious issues aren't important, but I just don't like to take things too seriously. But on this post today, I'm gonna have to get real with you and tell you a little something about my life that you might not know about.

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People With Down Syndrome Explain What Life Is Like for Them in Touching Video

Being an expectant parent can be nerve-racking, but one woman who learned her child will be born with Down syndrome was particularly concerned.

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Woman Who Gave Birth to Premature Twins Placed in Coma After Developing Pregnancy-Related Cancer

A member of the armed forces is facing the toughest battle of his life.

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Sedalia Police Mobilize to Get Teenage Drivers Buckled Up

In response to such low seat belt usage among teens,  MoDot developed the “Arrive Alive” program to promote seat belt use, especially among young people in the state. Now the local Sedalia Police Department are joining in to crack down and save lives.

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LeBron James Does PSA Pushing President Obama’s Healthcare Initiative [VIDEO]

It's not too unusual to see athletes shilling for a product. But this one is a may open some eyes.

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No New Chronic Wasting Cases Found in Missouri Deer

JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. (AP) — Missouri conservation officials say tests of deer from the fall hunting season have indicated no new cases of chronic wasting disease in free-ranging deer.

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Devon’s Beat 5k Run and Walk Will Raise Money for SADS Foundation [INTERVIEW]

The Devon’s Beat 5k Run/Walk will be held at the Lincoln Football Field on Saturday, April 5. We will be having their Second 5k that will benefit the SADS Foundation. SADS is Sudden Arhythmia Death Syndrome are genetic heart rhythm abnormalities that can cause sudden death in young, healthy people who are undiagnosed. Sudden arrhythmia death syndromes cause sudden death in young, apparently healthy people.

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Senate Sends Obama Childhood Cancer Research Bill

WASHINGTON (ANDREW TAYLOR, Associated Press) — The Senate has passed Republican-backed legislation to repeal taxpayer funding for political conventions. Instead, $126 million over the coming decade will go for additional research into pediatric cancer and other childhood disorders like autism and down syndrome.

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Healthy U Participants Inspire Sedalia to Get Healthier [INTERVIEW]

Healthy U is a fun, interactive journey to improved health, wellness and balance for students. With engaging programs, motivating challenges and great rewards, the campaign utilizes personalized program guidance for students of all health and fitness levels.  This challenge has been designed for all types of students to participate.

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