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Nov 27th

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African Americans are critical to helping fight ALS

African Americans are critical to helping fight ALSBy now, we have all probably seen the Ice Bucket Challenge. It is wonderful that people from all walks of life come together to use social media for such good. The unity and generosity of hundreds of thousands of participants from different backgrounds has done even more than lead to donations of tens of millions of dollars to non-profit organizations in the name of ALS, it has raised awareness of this devastating condition.
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Healthy Recipes: Recipe: Breakfast burrito

Healthy Recipes: Recipe: Breakfast burritoDietitian's tip:

By using egg substitutes instead of whole eggs and substituting vegetables for sausage and cheese, you cut out much of the fat and cholesterol in this breakfast burrito.
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Statewide briefing reveals earned sick time access rates vary widely based on county of residence

Statewide briefing reveals earned sick time access rates vary widely based on county of residenceTakeAction Minnesota and the Institute for Women's Policy Research released a new report detailing access rates to earned sick time in Minnesota based on county of residence. The report, which can be found here, is a companion to data released earlier in the month, detailing statewide access rates to earned sick leave across the state, which affects over one million Minnesota workers.
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PreferredOne grabbed market share, then jumped ship

PreferredOne grabbed market share, then jumped shipTakeAction Minnesota, a statewide people's network of individual and organizational members working together to motivate people to act publicly in order to advance economic and racial equity in our state released this statement following the announcement that PreferredOne is severing its relationship with MNsure:
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Minnesota Health Commissioner tapped to lead national health coalition

Minnesota Health Commissioner tapped to lead national health coalitionMinnesota Health Commissioner Dr. Ed Ehlinger has been elected to be president-elect of the Association of State and Territorial Health Officials (ASTHO), the national organization representing the lead state health officials from all 50 states and other jurisdictions around the country. Dr. Ehlinger will serve as president-elect for one year and become the ASTHO president starting at the organization's autumn 2015 annual meeting.
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The importance of folic acid and prenatal care to prevent birth defects, especially among Hispanic women

The importance of folic acid and prenatal care to prevent birth defects, especially among Hispanic womenROCHESTER, Minn. — Although Mayo Clinic doctors and researchers don't have a definite answer as to why spina bifida birth defects occur, they have identified a few important risk factors and two different surgery options. Risk factors include race, family history, diabetes, obesity, increased body temperature and folate deficiency.
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DeAngelo Williams honors mother and four aunts in season opener and Race for the Cure

DeAngelo Williams honors mother and four aunts in season opener and Race for the CureCHARLOTTE, NC - In preparation for Sunday's (Sept., 14) season opener against Tampa Bay, Carolina Panthers star running back DeAngelo Williams dyed strands of his hair pink and painted his toenails pink.
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