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Biden administration working with Soros-funded group on gender policy

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The Biden administration’s Title IX gender proposal is eerily similar to that from a George Soros-funded advocacy group. The proposal contains rules on anti-transgender bias in schools, reversing Trump-era guidance. Governing for ...

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How the role of chaplains is changing

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The COVID-19 pandemic is bringing new attention to the work of chaplains and changing the way they minister. Before the pandemic, as an article in The New York Times put it, the place ...

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Reaction to Supreme Court rulings on Biden vaccine mandates

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Legal experts are reacting to the Supreme Court ruling against the sweeping Biden vaccine mandate while allowing the mandate requiring health care workers. The rulings came mid-afternoon on Jan. 13 and were offered ...

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Health and nursing home associations say Build Back Better threatens long-term care

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Two provisions in President Joe Biden’s Build Back Better Act (H.R. 5376) will have a devastating impact on nursing homes. The result will be that thousands more facilities will be forced to ...

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New alternative health care business opens in Topeka

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A local Topeka woman has opened a new health care business in southwest Topeka. Danyle Harvey-Strauss, a veteran, is the owner and visionary for Empower Life, a one-stop-shop network for health and ...

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Missouri COVID liability legislation to include churches

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Missouri Gov. Mike Parson plans to expand the current special legislative session to include COVID-19 liability, which will also cover churches. The proposed legislation provides liability protection relating to a declared state ...

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What kind of America will you choose?

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Much of the media would have you believe that the upcoming elections are really just about personalities. Who’s more empathetic? Who’s more dignified? Who’s more likable? The truth is, Americans won’t just be ...

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LaMar’s Donuts making free deliveries to local healthcare workers

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LaMar’s Donuts has a sweet offer for healthcare professionals on the front lines of battling coronavirus. The Kansas City company is establishing an Internet hotline for hospital doctors, nurses and other clinical ...

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Mike Lindell converting My Pillow factories to make masks for health-care workers

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Mike Lindell may be one of the most recognizable faces in the United States, thanks to his commercials for My Pillow. Now the Christian businessman is pitching in to help health-care workers ...

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While US candidates push ‘Medicare for all,’ Canadians want private insurance

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About 56% of people in the United States favor “Medicare for all,” according to polling from the Kaiser Family Foundation out last week. That’s an increase of 3 percentage points from last ...

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Health-care system in St. Joseph to begin screening for coronavirus

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The coronavirus threat started in China, but its impact is now being felt closer to home. Mosaic Life Care in St. Joseph, Mo. will begin screening for the virus. The Centers for ...

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The strange greatness of Donald Trump

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With the Democrats still trying to throw a Hail-Mueller Pass with time out on the scoreboard and with the economy humming, it’s time to confront the central issue: “Has Donald Trump been an awful, OK, or ...

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Biden says ‘physical revolution’ needed to combat poverty

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Without presenting actual data, former Vice President Joe Biden stated Monday a “physical revolution” could help overcome what he sees as Republican opposition to left-leaning poverty initiatives. He failed to mention the ...

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TPD unveils new Outreach Vehicle

The Topeka Police Department now has a new Outreach Vehicle. The Outreach Vehicle will follow the idea of paramedicine, which is the unique intersection of health care, public health and public safety. ...

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Ted Danson shares tips for healthy aging

In his distinguished career, actor Ted Danson has played many iconic roles, including a cantankerous but caring doctor. In real life, the 70-year-old says good relationships with health care providers are critical ...

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Only 13 percent support Medicare for all proposal

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Just 13 percent of Americans would support the idea of “Medicare for All” if the proposal, as it is currently written, terminated the private health insurance industry, according to a survey by The ...

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Things you can and can’t do with Power of Attorney

Like most legal undertakings, setting up and enforcing power of attorney (POA) documents can be a confusing process. Yet, these essential tools can help aging adults and their families gain peace of ...

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Telemedicine: A promising model for senior health care

Imagine if a senior could receive prompt, high-quality health care at any time, without even leaving their home. Telemedicine, or telehealth, makes this possible. The American Telemedicine Association defines this unique approach ...

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Wait for the honeymoon?

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Dear Dave, My fiancé and I are getting married in three weeks, but he lost his job as an experienced HVAC technician at a hospital a few days ago. Do you think ...

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