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Twinkie the Kid
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Bye, Bye Twinkies

If you must ride off into the sunset, do it with style and grace my little spongy friend. Thanks for all of the cream-filled memories.

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Smokers are encouraged to quit smoking or to make plans to quit on the "Great American Smokeout" held the third Thursday of November each year.
Smokers are encouraged to quit smoking or to make plans to quit on the "Great American Smokeout" held the third Thursday of November each year.

“Smokeout” Encourages Smokers to Quit

Thursday marks the "Great American Smokeout," the American Cancer Society's annual effort to encourage smokers to quit or make plans to quit.

I'm blessed in that regard, because I didn't grow up around cigarettes

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South Dakota Health Care Providers Urge Medicaid Expansion

South Dakota doctors and hospitals are urging the state to expand its Medicaid program so thousands of additional low-income residents can receive coverage.

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CDC Selects Sioux Falls to Host Public Health Fellow

The CDC has selected South Dakota to host a public health fellow focused on assisting individuals and neighborhoods struggling to maintain their property.

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Simple Ways to Keep Skin Healthy During Cold Weather

While the crisp, cool weather may leave a healthy-looking rosy glow on cheeks, colder seasons can be tremendously harsh on skin. Extreme changes and inclement weather during the fall and winter months can leave skin dry, chapped and even cracked.

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Steroid-related Meningitis Cases Rise to 105

Health officials say the number of people sickened by a deadly meningitis outbreak has now reached 105 cases. The number of deaths rose by one to eight, with another fatality in Tennessee.

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Boston Market To Remove Salt Shakers
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CDC: US Kids Eat Too Much Salt, as Much as Adults

A new Centers for Disease Control and Prevention study has added to the relatively scarce information about how much salt American kids eat -- and it's too much.

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McDonald’s New Menu Item: Calorie Counts

The world's largest hamburger chain plans to announce the move Wednesday morning. It's making the change as it tests healthier menu items.

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