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Watch Now: Hacks to make moving easier, and more videos to improve your life

Check out some hacks to make your next move easier, how to curb impulse buys and stick to a budget, and more videos to improve your life. Read more

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Renowned chef offers $50 gift card to those who get vaccinated

Chef José Andrés explains why he's offering a $50 gift card for his restaurants to those who get the Covid-19 vaccine and weighs in on Dr. … Read more

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Is it time to 'unlearn' some Covid-era norms?

Brian Stelter says Covid-19 coverage is changing as cases dissipate in the United States, and it's important for media outlets to model the… Read more

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Watch Now: Hacks to make moving easier, and more videos to improve your life

Check out some hacks to make your next move easier, how to curb impulse buys and stick to a budget, and more videos to improve your life. Read more

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102-year-old veteran celebrates birthday with parade through Beaver Dam

CHRIS HIGGINS chiggins@wiscnews.com

A Beaver Dam resident marked a major milestone Friday with a gun salute and a parade past his home. Read more

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Officials are urging people not to forge Covid-19 vaccine cards. Here's why it matters

Covid-19 vaccination record cards can easily be forged, and US law enforcers are keenly aware. Read more

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These twins were like two peas in a pod -- except when Covid-19 struck

Kelly and Kimberly Standard are identical twins. But their individual experiences with the coronavirus were anything but identical. Read more

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As a girl, sewing helped her recover from hand burns. Now her designs grace red carpets and runways

Fashion designer Linda Rowe Thomas remembers playing "dress-up" on November 26, 1971. Linda was two years old, her sister was six. Shortly after she put on a fur coat, a kerosene heater exploded in her Douglasville, Texas home. Read more

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7 health benefits of pineapple

Fresh pineapple contains few calories but a long list of vitamins, minerals and other beneficial nutrients, including vitamin C and bromela… Read more

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These were the most popular baby names of 2020

There weren't a lot of drastic changes in popular baby names in 2020 (the top three stayed the same). Here's a look at the top 10 for girls… Read more

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How the coronavirus pandemic has affected alcohol use in adults

American Addiction Centers compiled 10 statistics about how the coronavirus affected alcohol use in adults, including alcohol consumption, … Read more

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KHN’s ‘What the Health?’: Health Care as Infrastructure

President Joe Biden’s infrastructure proposal includes items not traditionally considered “infrastructure,” including a $400 billion expansion of home and community-based services for seniors and people with disabilities, and a $50 billion effort to replace water pipes lined with lead. Meanwhile, the politics of covid-19 are turning to how or whether Americans will need to prove they’ve been vaccinated. Joanne Kenen of Politico, Tami Luhby of CNN and Sarah Karlin-Smith of the Pink Sheet join KHN’s Julie Rovner to discuss these issues and more. Plus, Rovner interviews KFF’s Mollyann Brodie about the KFF COVID-19 Vaccine Monitor. Read more

‘Incredibly Concerning’ Lawsuit Threatens No-Charge Preventive Care for Millions

A Texas federal judge, who previously ruled the Affordable Care Act unconstitutional, has signaled his openness to ending the law’s popular coverage requirement for preventive services. Read more

Democrats Could Undo Trump Policies Faster, But They’re Not. Why?

The little-used Congressional Review Act allows a new administration and Congress to fast-track the repeal of regulations and other executive actions of the previous administration. But neither lawmakers nor the president are making any attempt to use it now. Read more