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TUESDAY, Aug. 9, 2022 (American Heart Association News) -- In the past, school cafeterias might have served as a source for more punchlines than nutrition. But lunch is a more dynamic and, these days, healthy part of students' lives than many people realize. Read More

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Is depression really caused by a chemical imbalance in the brain? It's a widespread belief, but a major new review of data on more than a 100,000 patients finds no connection between serotonin levels and depression. Experts think antidepressants may be helping patients in other ways. Read more Read More

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CNN, Bloomberg and other Florida media outlets have reported that the FBI “has executed a search warrant” Monday at former President Donald Trump’s Mar-a-Lago home in Palm Beach. NBC reported that Trump, in an email statement said, in part, that: “These are dark times for our Nation, as my beautiful home, Mar-A-Lago in Palm Beach, […]

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(The Center Square) – Rather than impose higher taxes and more restrictions on domestic production of oil and natural gas, as Senate Democrats voted to do by passing the Inflation Reduction Act, those in the industry proposed 10 actions policy makers can take right now to reduce costs. The industry says its solutions won’t cost taxpayers $740 billion, as the Inflation Reduction Act does, or increase the national debt or inflation, as 230 economists have warned the act will do. Read More

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In about a month, the Pennsylvania General Assembly revisits a controversial proposal with five separate amendments to the state Constitution. Groups that oppose Senate Bill 106 are using the next few weeks to rally their forces. Read More

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In April 2020, the share of businesses reporting a large or moderate negative impact from the COVID-19 pandemic was 90%. Two years later, that figure has only fallen to 66%. Some industries—like manufacturing, retail trade, and construction—have suffered more than others due to supplier dela… Read More

(The Center Square) – Rep. Jim Jordan, R-Ohio, said Democrats in the U.S. House of Representatives will vote to raise taxes following the Senate’s passage Sunday of a $740 billion new taxing and spending bill that seeks to combat climate change and allow the government to control the price of prescription medications, among other things. Read More