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The funds will be used to boost participants' skills and provide them with the credentials they need for new careers.
Our calls to those who represent us in Congress can help build the political will to end these inequitable parts of the status quo.
Rachel Iverson, a registered dietitian with Sanford Health in Bismarck, says heavily processed foods such as boxed macaroni and cheese, canned soup and frozen dinners often contain unhealthy levels of sodium; the reason being that salt is used as a preservative to extend shelf life. Yet, there are high sodium products whose heart stopping saltiness tends to stay under a consumer’s radar.
No one likes to consider the worst "what ifs" when it comes to their health and mortality, but worst-case scenarios are something people need to be prepared for. Having an advanced care plan in place helps loved ones and health care workers make treatment decisions in an emergency, and guarantees a patient's wishes are fulfilled.

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This year's group is smaller and more streamlined than at past events.
Commissioner Keith Nelson essentially turned this minimal proposal into a loyalty test to Sheriff Ross Litman.
Women need to be included in more drug studies to minimize the risks to females of medications.
Cole Trebesch, new chair of 40 Square Cooperative Solutions, has held leadership positions with the state's soybean association for the last decade.
From the column: "About half of city property tax increases Duluthians have experienced in recent years are due to the state underfunding LGA."
From the column: "Now is the time to invest in the continued recovery of workers and families, not unnecessary tax breaks for the rich."

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From the column: "With enough buy-in, we can reclaim our pre-COVID-19 lives, and quickly. Without that, we’ll remain stuck in this rut and all the negative ramifications that come with it."
Community Memorial Hospital in Cloquet has been feeling the trickle-down impacts of nurse shortages at hospitals across the state. In the Northland, there are more job openings for nurses than there were before the pandemic, causing hospital beds to remain unstaffed and unable to admit critical patients.
Chris Sorenson was most recently a regional technology officer for a health care system in Alabama, Kansas and Oklahoma.

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