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5 threats to heart health you may not be aware of

...Lloyd-Jones, chairman of the department of preventive medicine at Northwestern University’s Feinberg School of Medicine in Chicago. "That has direct toxic effects." In the short term, vulnerable people are...

Canton Repository
Published 3 months ago
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Trump's harsh words on 'squad' reinforce dark posts online

...attacks are part of a pattern for Trump, said Kathleen Hall Jamieson, a professor at the Annenberg School for Communication at the University of Pennsylvania and the author of a recent book about how Russian...

Canton Repository
Published 3 months ago
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Will there ever be another 300-game winner? Baseball Hall of Fame's standards have changed

...saved a bunch of games for me over the years,” Mussina says, “and I appreciated that.” Now a high school golf and basketball coach, Mussina helps out with his local baseball team, too. But the strong family...

Cincinnati Enquirer
Published 3 months ago
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Community Calendar

...first Moon Landing. In case of severe weather, the concert will take place at the Troy Christian High School auditorium, 556 N. Adams St. Bring your lawn chairs. The Cincinnati Pops Orchestra Concert is presented...

Piqua Daily Call
Published 3 months ago

Florida Department of Education votes to require schools to teach mental, emotional health education

Posted: 9:00 AM, Jul 19, 2019 Updated: 2019-07-19 09:00:08-04 Florida schools are now required to teach mental and emotional health education to middle and high school students. TAMPA, Fla. — Florida...

Cleveland WEWS-TV
Published 3 months ago
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Armstrong memorabilia provides glimpse into his life

...flights were on Sunday morning at the airport so as the story goes he wanted to get out of Sunday School to go on airplane rides and that’s what started his passion for flying,” said Dante Centuori, museum...

Greenville Daily Advocate
Published 3 months ago
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WSU reflects on first moon landing

...mission. FAIRBORN — When he was a boy, Neil Armstrong played the baritone in a band called the Schoolboy Mississippi Moonshiners. And he cleaned the mixing machine as part of his job at a bakery in his...

Fairborn Daily Herald
Published 3 months ago

Florida to require mental health courses in public schools beginning in sixth grade

...hours of mental health instruction to all students in sixth through 12th grades every year. The state Board of Education unanimously voted on Wednesday to approve the new requirements, which are part of a mental...

WFIN 1330 (Findlay)
Published 3 months ago

COMMUNITY CALENDAR

...at @CMBranchWPL. • Clinton-Massie Branch Library “Lego Club” meets 4-5 p.m. every Tuesday; all elementary school ages are welcome. Each week children will be presented a Lego building challenge and have...

Wilmington News Journal OH
Published 3 months ago
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Bucyrus police seize more than 2 pounds of methamphetamine in raid

...floods COLUMBUS – Due to the extreme weather that has taken a devastating toll on parts of Ohio, Treasurer Robert Sprague Tuesday announced he has re-opened the application period for the Ag-LINK program...

Richland Source
Published 3 months ago

School district threatens families with foster care for unpaid lunch debt, backs off threats

...County Manager David Pedri and Children and Youth Director Joanne Van Saunt told the district's superintendent, according to the Voice. The letters to collect on the debt were issued because all students...

WHIO 1290 AM/95.7 FM
Published 3 months ago

School district threatens families with foster care for unpaid lunch debt, backs off threats

...County Manager David Pedri and Children and Youth Director Joanne Van Saunt told the district's superintendent, according to the Voice. The letters to collect on the debt were issued because all students...

Dayton Daily News
Published 3 months ago

Region's largest workforce development program grows partnerships

...been another main focus in this division. The program recently partnered with the Centerville City School District to offer an industry recognized certificate in manufacturing for junior and senior students...

Dayton Business Journal
Published 3 months ago

Fast-growing web of doorbell cams raises privacy fears

...he gets alerts on his phone when a car drives by and a short video when his daughter gets home from school. "I don't know if there's more crime now, or we just know about it more because of social media,"...

Cleveland Plain Dealer
Published 3 months ago
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Cleveland lead poisoning crisis: What hurdles remain for passing, implementing successful prevention law?

...or passing a law – it’s enforcing it, said Emily Benfer, a visiting law professor at Columbia Law School. Benfer and students at Columbia’s Health Justice Advocacy Clinic have studied what they call pre-rental...

Cleveland Plain Dealer
Published 3 months ago

16 black chefs who are changing food

...same time, they have pushed their way past the Eurocentric traditions that many absorbed in culinary school. They are reflecting Africa and its diaspora in their kitchens, using techniques from places like...

Dayton Business Journal
Published 3 months ago
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Dayton Startup Profile: Mutt's Sauce, a secret family recipe

...became a program manager with the Air Force at Wright Patterson Air Force Base. Throughout her time in school and the military, Scales said she was often underestimated, being ignored as a leader in meetings...

Dayton Business Journal
Published 3 months ago
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College Football | Spartans, Buckeyes tops on preseason team

...famously refused to mention his rival by name as he and then-Michigan coach Bo Schembechler turned the schools’ annual game into one of the country’s biggest grudge matches. Earlier Thursday, Harbaugh assessed...

Ravenna Record Courier
Published 3 months ago
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Prehistoric village found on site for football stadium

...years ago. "It was not a large settlement and it was not a permanent settlement," said schools Superintendent Ira Wentworth. "It was a spot where they would take up temporary residence." The archaeological...

Columbus Dispatch
Published 3 months ago

Reports say suspect in deadly Kyoto arson attack had grudge

...earlier. The company founded in 1981 and better known as KyoAni made a mega-hit anime series about high school girls and trained aspirants to the craft. The shocking attack left another 36 people injured, some...

Findlay Courier
Published 3 months ago
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