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Gov's Budget Vetoes Threatens  Funding For HIV Prevention And Treatment
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STDs on the Rise in Sioux Falls

The Sioux Falls area saw a record number of sexually transmitted infections in 2016 and 2017 is on track to be a record breaker too.

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Downtown Sioux Falls
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Sioux Falls Is One of Women’s Health’s ‘Wellthiest’ Cities

Women's Health magazine puts South Dakota's largest city on a list of 15 places from around the country. Four local businesses are spotlighted in the story.

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I Love Life
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I Love Life: Stroke Survivor Offers Message of Hope!

At the age of 33, Kate Adamson was a wife, mother of 2 small children and a physical fitness advocate on her way to becoming a certified trainer. Without warning, a near fatal double brainstem stroke changed Kate’s life forever.

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First West Nile Virus of the Year Detected in Davison County

South Dakota epidemiologist Lon Kightlinger says the first case of West Nile virus this summer has now been detected. Here are tips to protect yourself.

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Beth Warden/Results Radio

Med-Star Ambulance Says Sioux Falls Used Them to Improve Call Times

Jay Masur with Med-Star Ambulance says that his initial agreement with Paramedics Plus of Sioux Falls changed after calls were activated.

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Study: Mosquitos Are Attracted to People Who Like Beer. That Explains A Lot.

Apparently, alcohol makes your blood tastier and mosquitoes are attracted to the smell of brews and cocktails. Me too. I must be part skeeter.

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Gordon Swanson_Thinkstock

Promising Research: Marijuana May Reduce Cancerous Tumors

According to a new research, medical marijuana might be reducing the size of cancerous tumors – or eliminating them altogether.

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Image via Clipart

Health Officials Warn of Diarrhea Outbreaks in Swimming Pools

This summer you might need to think twice about heading to the local pool because there could be a lot more poo in the pool.

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Sweet Science Leads to Progress against Parkinson’s Disease

Fighting Parkinson’s Disease by using boxing at first sounds counter-productive. It’s not the sparring, but the training that produces good results.

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Minnesota Measles Outbreak a Reminder to Keep Immunizations Current

South Dakota health officials encourage parents to make sure their kids have had the recommended two doses of MMR (measles/mumps/rubella) vaccine.

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