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Preparing for this coming school year will look different than any other year in the last century due to the coronavirus global pandemic. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention recommend a checklist for families, those who plan to send students back to in-person learning and for thos…

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An increased reliance on virtual home instruction has many students rethinking their organizational strategies and daily school schedules. Learning at home is different from being in a traditional classroom environment, but with some effective strategies, students can persevere without missi…

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Sixty-eight percent of American households, or about 85 million families, own a pet, according to the 2017-18 National Pet Owners Survey conducted by the American Pet Products Association.

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Shopping for school supplies once entailed stocking up on pens, pads and notebooks. Students today still buy many of the same items, though they also now stock up on electronics.

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People are accustomed to taking certain measures to protect themselves when spending time in the sun. Applying and reapplying sunscreen, avoiding the outdoors during certain times of the day and drinking plenty of water while outside are just a few of the ways people can safely soak up summe…

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LIBERTY — Electrophysiology, genetic counseling and pelvic floor therapy are three new services now available at Liberty Hospital. Heart rhythm disorders and testing is the specialty of electrophysiologist Ravi K. Yarlagadda. “We are pleased to provide electrophysiology services at Liberty H…

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Novel coronavirus had a dramatic effect on the global economy. Businesses were shuttered seemingly overnight as public health organizations across the globe embraced social distancing as a means to preventing the spread of the potentially deadly virus.

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Many people will be hitting pools or swimming in a lake or river to beat the heat this summer. Before diving in, Northland experts say people should follow this safety advice before diving.

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Whether the instructions are from a golf coach, a golf pro or the Professional Golfers’ Association, the top rule for teaching children to play golf is for them to have fun. As families seek activities close to home this summer golf might be a fun activity to explore. Especially during Parks…

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July is National Anti-Boredom Month, a time in the middle of the summer when kids are out of school and families may be running out of fresh ideas for filling their free time.