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UCM Hosting an Affordable Health Care Act Enrollment Fair

The University of Central Missouri will host the Affordable Health Care Act – Health Insurance Enrollment Fair 3 to 7 p.m. on Thursday, Feb. 13 and 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. on Saturday, Feb. 15 at the James C. Kirkpatrick Library, located at the corner of Maguire and Clark streets in Warrensburg.

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Hospital Group Highlights Missouri’s Poor Health

JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. (AP) — A new report says Missouri has seen a steady decline in the health of its residents.

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Pettis County Needs an Urgent Care Center [OPINION]

The Missouri State Fair time frame usually brings about some sort of health issue with me. The last two years of the fair I've lost my voice, and this year I injured my ankle. I did not get injured on the job either, just took a bad step and it hurt a lot. It appears that I have sprained it. On last Friday afternoon, it really started to bug me. I had countless people tell me I need to go get it checked out. Only one problem: in Sedalia after 5 p.m. on any given Friday, you can only go to to the Bothwell Regional Health Center Emergency Room for a checkup.

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Healthy U Gets Sedalia Moving [INTERVIEW]

We here in the Midwest love our food.  And yes, there are a lot of great things to eat, especially at the Missouri State Fair.  But, you might want to keep yourself exercising to work off some of that goodness.  It can be a little intimidating to get started.  So Sarah Nail came by to tell us about a great way to get started: Healthy U.

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Mollybob, Flickr

5 Exercises That Will Improve Your Heart Health

You listen to weather updates so you know how to dress. You wash your hands so you don't get the flu. You wear your seatbelt to keep you safe in the car. You are a prevention machine. But are you working to prevent the number one cause of death for both men and women, heart disease? For American Heart Month, we're focusing on ways to avoid this preventable disease. If you want to keep your heart healthy, one of the best things you can do is weekly aerobic activity.  Here are five exercises to keep your heart strong:

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New Facebook Help Will Help Find Who Gave You the Flu
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New Facebook App Will Help You Find Out Who Gave You the Flu

After last year's flu season, which health officials say was one of the mildest in the past 30 years, the illness is back with a vengeance. Well, if you're unlucky enough to currently have the flu, at least a new Facebook app can help track down the diseased jerk who gave it to you in the first place.

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Hillary Clinton Hospitalized with Blood Clot

Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton, 65, has been hospitalized after doctors discovered a blood clot stemming from the concussion she sustained a few weeks ago, according to an Associated Press report.

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What Are the Best and Worst Cities in America for Heart Health?

Do you remember that episode of Seinfeld where a hypochondria-fueled George Costanza thinks he's having a heart attack after watching a segment on PBS called “Coronary Country”? Well, maybe George had a point. It turns out there are plenty of reasons to be fearful of heart disease, the leading killer of people in the United States.

Recently, the folks at Men's Health set out to find exactly where in America the dreaded heart disease resides the most.

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Open-Minded Dog Nurses Orphaned Kitten Back to Health [VIDEO]

Call it a truce in the age-old rivalry between cats and dogs. An unlikely, compassionate truce.

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New Report States Military Veterans Have More Health Problems Than Civilians

A new report from the CDC finds that men who’ve served in the military carry a heavier health burden than civilians — in fact, veterans are significantly more likely to have two or more chronic conditions like diabetes, heart disease and high blood pressure.

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