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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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TrevorT. Trujillo, Townsquare Media
TrevorT. Trujillo, Townsquare Media
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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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Antidepressants Could Increase the Risk of Falls in Dementia Patients

Since many older dementia patients also suffer from depression, they’re often prescribed antidepressant medication — something that researchers now say could more than triple their risk of injuries from falls.

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