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After some debate, a group of scientists advising the FDA concluded that the vaccine's benefits outweigh its risks for young children.
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Sahl started doing stand-up in the 1950s, a time when most comedians were men in suits, rattling off one-liners. Sahl wore a V-neck sweater, tucked a newspaper under his arm, and just ... talked.
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Titan Fever is the show choir at Chatham's Glenwood High School. Choir Director Nick Brockamp and Titan Fever President and senior Ainslie Wilson. Brockamp and Wilson spoke to Community Voices about the choir, their rehearsal schedule and their music selection.
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As Gov. JB Pritzker attempts to overhaul how the state reimburses nursing homes with Medicaid patients — a move they say will engender more accountability and equity — an unpublished report paints a complicated picture that neither fully bolsters Pritzker’s argument for an overhaul nor the resistance from the nursing home industry warning its cash-poor facilities will close en masse.
Executives from the three social media giants testified before a Senate subcommittee Thursday about what they are doing to ensure the safety of their youngest users.
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