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Without comment but on a unanimous vote, Prinsburg City Council members in a special meeting Friday, Dec. 2, denied a proposed ordinance that would have allowed residents to bring civil lawsuits against abortion providers.
As common respiratory illnesses like COVID-19, influenza and respiratory syncytial virus (RSV) spread this winter, vaccines are the best way to prevent serious outcomes said Shawn McBride, public health epidemiologist.
As nurses, Emily and Lauri Shimpa are carrying on a tradition, established by Lauri’s mother, JoClaire Paulson, who worked as a nurse for many years. You could say it’s in their blood.
The open enrollment period, which allows signups for subsidize health insurance through HealthCare.gov, began on Nov. 1 and lasts until Jan. 15. On top of continued subsidies for individuals, a change to the "family glitch" could make thousands of families newly eligible for lower-cost coverage.
Brooks: Maintaining a consistent sleep regiment is paramount.
Damian Lozano-Johnson, 18, a student at Fargo North High School, received a new heart on Oct. 13 at a Chicago hospital, where he developed paralysis afterward.

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The town of Prinsburg, pop. 515, is being thrust into the larger, national debate over abortion as it considers an ordinance that would allow residents to file civil lawsuits against abortion providers.
What's on your "what I'm thankful for" list this Thanksgiving? On a trip to Central America, Viv Williams visits a vibrant health clinic and adds the team she met there to her gratitude list. Find out why in this NewsMD, "Health Fusion" column.
In exchange for their tax exempt status, Mayo and other nonprofit hospitals must offer free or discounted care to eligible patients. But a Post Bulletin investigation discovered that some eligible patients sued by Mayo Clinic for unpaid medical bills didn't know this option existed.

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