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Change in Health Care Law to Impact Free Flu Vaccinations

Health care providers worry flu vaccination rates will drop when the Health Dept. stops offering free shots to about half of South Dakota children later this year.

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You Say You Want a Resolution Well You Know

Most people in the self-help realm say it takes 21 days to build a successful habit. So seven more days lie ahead to build the framework of success.

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Beth Warden/Results Radio

153 Pounds Down and What I Am No Longer Afraid Of

This weight loss journey has brought more joy and possibilities than I could have ever dreamed of. Click on the gallery to see what used to bring me anxiety and fear.

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Genetic Testing And Counseling Becoming More Mainstream

Jay Flanagan, Certified Genetics Counselor, with Sanford Health will enlighten us on the progress being made with genetic testing and counseling on A Better You Saturday Jan. 9 at 11am on 1140 KSOO.

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Medicaid Expansion Group Shifting Lobbying Efforts to Pierre

A coalition to wade into the web of federal policy revisions necessary for expanding Medicaid in South Dakota is turning its focus back on Pierre.

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U.S. News & World Report Has Named the Top 3 Diets of 2016

It's that time of year when we resolve to drop some pounds and get in shape. What diet's have you tried? Have you tried these any of these 3 Top Diets of 2016?

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Mental Slap: 5 Things That Will Make Losing That Weight Enjoyable

Who would ever thought that these five things would help you lose weight?

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Bra of the Future?

Company marketing officers believe women will love this wearable exercise technology.

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Flu Season off to a Slow Start in South Dakota

The flu season is off to a slow start in the Dakotas, but officials say that doesn't mean people shouldn't take precautions against the illness.

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South Dakota Youth Obesity Rates Go Unchanged

According to a new report, overweight youth in South Dakota didn't lose any pounds in 2015.

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