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Should We Teach Young Women Acceptance, Beauty Or Health? [OPINION]

Everyone has felt it at some point--the tinge of self doubt; the feeling of unworthiness; the low, dark feeling where not only does the view of your appearance drop, but so does your ability to function.

Sometimes we just don't feel beautiful.

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KEMAL BAŞ
KEMAL BAŞ
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Top 5 At 7:45 – Ways To Protect Your Heart

We protect our selves against many different things in our life. But what about our heart?

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How to Properly Dispose of Insulin Syringes In Cheyenne [VIDEO]

Improper management of discarded needles and other sharps can pose a health risk to the public and waste workers.

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Andrei Malov
Andrei Malov
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Dr. Joel Wallach Gives Health Lecture In Cheyenne

Are you facing some dysfunction in your health? You'll have the opportunity to hear some practical health solutions from author, scientist, lecturer, t.v. and radio personality, Dr. Joel Wallach, BS, DVM, ND.

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CDC Survey: Teen Risk Behavior Drops in Wyoming

The survey tracked trends for risky behavior that includes smoking, drinking, and fighting among middle and high school students.

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Think Stock
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May Is National Stroke Awareness Month

May is National Stoke Awareness Month, which makes it an opportune time to ensure you are able to recognize the symptoms, know how to avoid them, and what to do if you or a loved one experiences a stroke.

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Calvin Webb (Photo Courtesy of JDRF)
Calvin Webb (Photo Courtesy of JDRF)
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Laramie Boy Chosen to Speak to Congress

Calvin Webb, a 12-year-old-boy from Laramie, has been selected as the lone delegate from Wyoming to remind members of Congress about Type 1 Diabetes research.

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Adam Porter, Townsquare Media
Adam Porter, Townsquare Media
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IMH CEO Resigns, Takes Position in Indiana

Ivinson Memorial Hospital's Chief Operations Officer has announced she will be stepping down from that roll to take a CEO position at a hospital in Indiana.

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New Study: Uneducated White Women May Die Earlier

White women with less education were more likely to die between the mid-90s and mid-2000s. This, according to a newly published report co-written by a UW professor.

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Baby Adlai Lopez, facebook
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Fundraiser Launched for Young Laramie Native

Adlai Lemus is a new resident to the city of Laramie. He's a ten-month-old baby that is described as being a happy baby and very sweet. Unfortunately Baby Adlai has been plagued by illness over the course of his short life.

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