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Crow River Senior news | To free

Crow River Seniors Center is open. Check out the calendar of activities on the website or at the Seniors’ Center. Social Bridge Tuesday at 1:30 p.m., Hand and Foot Wednesday at 9 a.m., Pinochle Thursday at 9 a.m., Cribbage Friday at 9 a.m., and 500 Friday at 1:30 p.m., Bingo …

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Frank talk: Affected by suicide, family and friends talk | New

TRAVERSE CITY – Janeen Wardie has said her son doesn’t want to die. “He just wanted his pain to stop,” she said of Zechariah, who died by suicide at the age of 25 in 2015. He hid the darkness of his severe depression, Wardie said, and since losing him she …

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Domestic violence shelter receives grant

The YWCA West Central Michigan was one of 45 domestic violence shelters in the state to receive grants from the DTE Energy Foundation totaling $ 420,000. “The reputation and work of these shelters gives us confidence that the support and services they provide to survivors are second to none, and …

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Vets Village provides sustainable housing for homeless veterans

The mountain town of Ben Lomond has many cool attributes: a beautiful art center, community hall, biker bar, good restaurants and open spaces. Now the city can add one more feather to its hat: a space dedicated to veterans for them to call home. Jaye’s Timberlane on Highway 9 has …

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Elizabeth Warren says she will oppose Jerome Powell’s nomination

Massachusetts Democrat Senator Elizabeth Warren said Monday she would not vote to confirm Jerome H. Powell for a second term as Federal Reserve Chairman, citing “failures in regulation, climate and ‘ethics”. Ms Warren, who called Mr Powell a “dangerous man,” pushed President Biden to appoint Lael Brainard as the next …

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Column by David Stanke and Adriane Fugh-Berman: More than a new drug, hearing aids deserve attention in targeting Alzheimer’s disease | Chroniclers

GETTY IMAGES By David Stanke and Adriane Fugh-Berman By David Stanke and Adriane Fugh-Berman The Food and Drug Administration recently made two important decisions – one bad, one good – that will affect people with cognitive decline. The approval of Aduhelm (aducanumab), an expensive and controversial treatment for Alzheimer’s disease, …

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Trans Day of Remembrance: UK trans mutual aid fund to which to donate or enlist support from

Stop mass roaming Help us end mass homelessness If we don’t act, the UK faces a homelessness crisis this fall. Gendered Intelligence, a grassroots organization run by trans people, wanted to counter dehumanization and scrutiny – by launching a campaign to show that the lives of trans people are just …

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Health Notes, November 19, 2021 | New

CarePlus has a plan for chronic lung disease CarePlus Health Plans Inc., Florida’s largest Medicare Advantage plan, expands its chronic disease plan offerings, adding CareBreeze (HMO C-SNP), a new plan designed to improve quality of life and optimize treatment for chronic disease. diseases of people living with chronic lung diseases, …

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Why Families of Recovering Should Plan Ahead This Holiday Season

For families of people recovering, a sobriety expert advises planning ahead for this holiday season. Next week will begin the Thanksgiving holiday, which is a season when many can go overboard. And for those recovering, it can be difficult to stay sober if they find themselves surrounded by substances they …

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Camp Shield provides housing and clothing for homeless veterans

HOUSTON – As she looks at the countless photos of fallen American veterans who gave their lives for this country, Army veteran Christy Sorrell recalls one of the most important promises soldiers make to each other to each other – Never leave anyone behind. “We’re not supposed to let ourselves …

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