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May 27th, 2022

The Kim Foundation Suicide Prevention Plan

OMAHA- The Kim Foundation is an Omaha family foundation that provides services throughout the state of Nebraska. The Kim Foundation focuses on mental health and suicide prevention

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April 6th, 2022

Farewell to the Old Munroe-Meyer Institute Building

OMAHA-Farewell to the old Munroe-Meyer Institute building. The land will become part of the University of Nebraska Medical Center campus.

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March 9th, 2022

‘Ital Vital’ Offers a Drink in Pink And White for ‘Mean Girls’ Fans

OMAHA- Ital Vital is blending a pink and white smoothie while the Broadway production is in town.

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February 22nd, 2022

Choosing a Diet and How Keeping Our Heart Healthy (Part Two)

OMAHA-Keto keeps us away from whole grains, it is high in processed foods, and tropical oils, in the long run, it can backfire according to Dr. Higgins UNMC Expert

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February 21st, 2022

Choosing a Diet and How Keeping Our Heart Healthy (Part One)

OMAHA-Diet and exercise continues to be the best option these days to lose weight, but be careful with the diet you choose

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January 17th, 2022

Ready to Quit? Make Your 2022 Tobacco-Free

OMAHA-The number of tobacco users in Nebraska is slowly decreasing in the last few years but not as envisioned, which is why DHHS continues its efforts in helping smokers have a healthier lifestyle.

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December 28th, 2021

Long Haul Covid-19

OMAHA-Dr. Andrew Vasey Assistance professor of internal medicine at UNMC says Much is still unknown about long haul effects.

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December 20th, 2021

Senior Living Centers Receiving Visitants in Time for The Holidays

OMAHA-Compared to last year, residents can now have a more festive Christmas season. Family visits are less restricted than last year. In these Christmas celebrations, residents were able to receive a family visit.

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December 14th, 2021

UNMC Specialist Talks About Omicron Variant  

OMAHA-After some influenza cases started to show up in Douglas County, trends are not heading in the right direction for the nation and Omaha with the pandemic.

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