Hand-inserted microchips try to help those living with dementia

Three Square Market developed the microchips so workers could scan into the building or buy things in the breakroom. It was idea that was scene as controversial. Now, the company believes the microchips could help save lives when it comes to people who are battling Alzheimer’s or another form of dementia. 

Early vaccinations key to long term prevention

It’s roughly two weeks after the shot when you develop protection from influenza […] If you contract the virus, you will be contagious for a full day before you show symptoms.

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Wintry Conditions To Start Your Thursday!

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Dot art exhibit opens at Lincoln Middle School

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