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Posted Monday, January 16, 2017 by WLRH News

WLRH's Beth Norwood had the pleasure of meeting and talking with Lindsay Monroe, who is walking across the U.S. She plans to do this in eight months. Her web site is and here is an interview featuring some of Lindsay's adventures!

  • This illustration depicts <em>Klebsiella pneumoniae</em> bacteria, which can cause different types of infections, including pneumonia, bloodstream infections and meningitis.

    Posted Tuesday, January 17, 2017 by NPR News

    The patient had broken a bone while in India and was hospitalized. Then she developed an incurable infection.

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Luke Whitbeck, 2, sits on his mother's lap while the nurse prepares his treatment at a pediatric infusion center in Hawthorne, N.Y., in October 2016.

Three decades ago, Congress set up a system to encourage drug companies to develop treatments for rare diseases. The law has worked, but at a high cost.

The number of older Americans with student loan debt quadrupled between 2005 and 2015.

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A bombing by the Nigerian air force has occurred in an internally displaced person camps in Rann, Nigeria.

Teams from the aid organization say they've counted 52 dead and at least 120 wounded in the bombing on the camp in Rann, Nigeria. The country's president said the air force strike was accidental.

In Mexico, chamoy comes in many forms, including sauce, seasoning powder, shaved ice and candy. A chamoy apple was all the author needed to get hooked.

Fruity, sweet, spicy and salty all at once, this frenzied treat for your taste buds takes many forms — from sauces to seasonings to candy. And its journey from Asia to Mexico took hundreds of years.



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