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America's most sinful cities

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Daily Dose: Carded For Caffeine? Some May Try It.

Fentanyl Surpasses Heroin As Most Common Drug In Overdose Deaths

'Sesame Street' Muppet becomes homeless

Meet Lily, a "Sesame Street" character without a home whose purpose is to raise awareness about childhood homelessness. Read more


La Crosse residents find comfort, mobility, and savings with an American Standard Walk-In Tub

Call (888) 252-0208 to learn more about relieving pain, staying independent, and make bathing safer again. Save up to $1,500 on a Walk-In T…


Security solutions to keep your La Crosse family and home safe this spring

Talk to a local expert about a digital alarm system that will protect your family and belongings.


Need Health Insurance? The Deadline Is Dec. 15

Enrollment is lagging compared with last year’s pace. But experts say sign-ups tend to accelerate as the deadline nears, and many people will be automatically re-enrolled, so the final numbers could approach last year’s totals. Read more

The beef with beef

Beef isn't good for the planet. But you probably knew that already. Read more

America's most sinful cities

America's most sinful cities according to Wallethub Read more


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These are the 25 least active places in the US

Most Americans don't get the recommended amount of physical activity, but these 25 places are the worst off. Read more

5 effective (and free) online workouts you can do at home

Whether you're not into expensive trendy fitness classes or just don't feel like leaving your house to get a good workout, here's a look at… Read more

More danger, more pay? America’s 15 deadliest jobs

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Mayo Clinic Q&A: Best way to boost fiber intake is by eating wide variety of high-fiber foods

DEAR MAYO CLINIC: I experience constipation almost weekly, and eating bran flakes every day isn't helping. Are fiber supplements safe to use regularly and long term? Is there anything else I can do? Read more

American hospitals make it too hard for patients to access medical records

Courtesy of Yale University School of Medicine. Many top hospitals in the United States are making it unduly confusing or expensive for patients to gain access to their own medical records, say researchers at Yale. Since the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act of 1996, federal law... Read more

How to save on prescription drugs

Q: I have a high-deductible health insurance plan and tend to rack up hefty prescription drug costs each year. Are there any good tools or resources to help me save on prescriptions? A: Many employers and insurers are beefing up their online tools to provide personalized advice that can help you pay less... Read more