Friday, April 29, 2016
By Clip Syndicate
The La Crosse county health department has received a grant of nearly 132,000 dollars from the centers for disease control and prevention to focus on contaminants in drinking water from private wells.   [READ MORE]

Keegan wasn't born an Aces fan, growing up on the other side of the Ohio River, but he was born with spina bifida – his entire spine separated from his body. Next week he'll undergo his 40th surgery, but not before signing a National Letter of Intent to be a Purple Ace.   [READ MORE]
A worldwide approach to researching diseases is already at work at Upstate Medical University with the Global Maternal and Pediatric Health Program.   [READ MORE]
Dr. Louanne Giangreco from Five Star Urgent Care talks about prevention and treatment for tick bites.   [READ MORE]
JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. -- Motorcyclists in Missouri may soon be able to leave their helmets at home. Legislators are looking at a proposal to exempt motorcycle riders in Missouri who are at least 21 years old, and have at least $50,000 of personal medical insurance.   [READ MORE]
New York Times writer Jacob Bernstein is the son of Nora Ephron, the writer and filmmaker who lost her battle with blood disease in 2012. Bernstein talks to Kathie Lee and Hoda about his mother's legacy and his new documentaty about her, "Everything Is Copy."   [READ MORE]
WARNING: There's some blood and Keith's insides.   [READ MORE]

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