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58 South Dakotans Enrolled in an ACA Health Care Plan in October

(NPN) - According to the U.S. Department of Health, 58 South Dakotans obtained actual health insurance policies from Oct. 1 to Nov. 2. 

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STUDY: CDC Report Shows South Dakota with 10th Lowest Cancer Rate

South Dakota has one of the lowest overall cancer rates in the United States, according to a recent Centers for Disease Control study.

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Second South Dakotan Dies From West Nile Virus

A second South Dakotan has died in what state health officials say is one of the most serious West Nile Season in years.

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Survey Reveals Surprising Answers About How Often People Change Their Sheets

How often do you change your sheets?

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More Than Half of Sioux Falls Adults Could Be at Risk for High Blood Pressure

Live Well Sioux Falls and The Big Squeeze community team announced the results from The Big Squeeze 2013 at a press conference Thursday.

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Sioux Falls Parks and Recreation Offers PiYo in the Park

PiYo is a cardio exercise format that challenges your strength and stamina with a foundation in Yoga and Pilates.

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Need a Nurse? No problem! Leave the Classroom and Go to the Clinic

For some families, getting their children treated for minor illnesses means taking time off from work and spending time in clinic waiting rooms waiting to be seen by a doctor. But families at Hayward Elementary in Sioux Falls are benefitting from a newly opened clinic located right in the school.

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Hospital Executives Support Expanding Medicaid

South Dakota hospital executives say expanding the Medicaid program to provide health insurance to thousands of additional low-income people would reduce the amount of people unable to pay their bills for medical care.

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Madison Takes Steps to Help New Hospital in Madison

City commissioners in Madison have approved the annexation of land for a $34 million hospital.

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Health Fair in Sioux Falls Tuesday Evening

If you want to find out what your kids are doing in gym class or sample the school lunch you can do that until 7 pm Tuesday night at the Career and Technical Education Academy in Sioux Falls.

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