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Cancer prevention group flags holes in South Dakota laws: 'This is about saving lives'

Cancer prevention advocates on Thursday said South Dakota has work to do if it wants to rank closer to its regional peers in detecting and averting cancer. The American Cancer Society's Cancer Action ... read more

Spain's King Felipe VI and Queen Letizia arrive in San Antonio

This territory, which was given by the French to the Spanish in 1762, included Kansas, Wyoming, Montana, Iowa, Missouri, Arkansas, Louisiana, Oklahoma, North and South Dakota and most ... takes a ... read more

Selling insurance across state lines: A terrible, no good, very bad health-care idea

You can read Janklow's recollections of the pact here. Citibank wrote an absurdly pro-credit card law, the legislature passed it, and soon all the credit card companies were heading to South Dakota. ... read more

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As surgery centers boom, patients are paying with their lives

Dr. Larry Teuber, a South Dakota neurosurgeon who worked as an executive in the ... There, doctors and nurses become skilled at saving lives in emergencies. Doctors in surgery centers may excel at the ... read more


The next front in the abortion wars: Birth control

Even so, if Initiative 26 passes, it would embolden similar efforts in Ohio, South Dakota ... 26 site speaks of “saving both lives” as if it’s an unequivocal setup in which doctors can just pick both. ... read more

Should guns be seized from those who pose threats? More states saying yes to red flag laws

Graham, of South Carolina, says he believes a red flag law "would have made a big difference" if one had been in place before the 2018 Parkland high school massacre that left 17 people dead. ... read more

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On the way back toward town, Pat had hopped out of the truck and shot a doe from the road, but to Randy and I that wasn't saving face, so we'd returned ... in the world where men noticed the widening ... read more

CDC says whooping cough has mutated, making the vaccine less effective

The whooping cough vaccine may be dwindling in effectiveness because the bacteria has mutated, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC ... in school districts in South Dakota. Whooping ... read more

Is the parasite Toxoplasma gondii linked to brain cancer?

To take the two extremes, in South ... Toxoplasma gondii is common. Biology Letters http://dx.doi.org/10.1098/rsbl.2011.0588 Image from Pulmonary Pathology Disclosure: Until recently, I worked for ... read more

Two drive-by shootings strike WB in one day; Chief sees connections (with video)

Police Chief Joseph Coffay said investigators believe Tuesday’s incidents are related — as well as two others since Tuesday, Feb. 12 — stemming from a dispute between two groups of people ... are ... read more

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Low-income AIDS patients fear coverage gains could slip away Low-income AIDS patients fear coverage gains could slip awayAdvocates fear Republican plans to overhaul the health law could cause such ... read more



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