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Boring brown bag lunches are a thing of the past! Photos of picture-perfect packed lunches for children and adults are popular on social media sites and there are entire cookbooks on the topic of recipes for packed lunches. Beautiful lunches are a Read More »
According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, each year about 735,000 Americans have myocardial infarction (heart attack). It is important to understand what has happened to you or a loved one during a heart attack to allow for a su Read More »
IOWA CITY — A teenager in Iowa City battling brain cancer received a big award Monday at Iowa City West High School. The honor went to 15-year-old Austin Schroeder, affectionally known as “Flash” to friends and family.
Colorectal cancer is the third most common cancer found in men and women in this country, but it is preventable and treatable if caught early. March is National Colorectal Cancer Awareness Month. If you are 50 years of age or older, you should get Read More »
CEDAR RAPIDS — Four-year-old Kayla Thelen splashed in the water Thursday at the Longbranch Hotel pool. A speech therapist and physical therapist stood on either side of her, giving her tasks to try and words to say.
Kayla has cerebral Read More »
One of the biggest misconceptions about high blood pressure is that it only occurs in people who are older and leading an unhealthy lifestyle.
High blood pressure is not only found in adults. In fact, teens, children, and even babies can h Read More »
Heart disease is the number one killer of all adults in the United States, targeting certain racial and ethnic groups more than others. Research shows African Americans and Latinos are at a greater risk of heart disease than many other ethnicities Read More »
NEW YORK (CNN) — Just mention the word “gluten,” and you’re likely to get a whole host of reactions.
In the past few years it has become a dirty word to people who say they have a “gluten sensitivity.ȁ Read More »
DUBUQUE — City Manager Mike Van Milligen has changed his budget recommendation for the Dubuque’s Fire Department.
Last month, Van Milligen recommended the city begin a new service Read More »
MARION — Don’t look for a unanimous vote.
The Marion City Council on Thursday will hold a public hearing to listen to pros and cons before it votes on whether to ban nicotine products and electronic vaporizers from all of Mario Read More »