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Can Internet Usage Predict Depression?

Researchers now say they can tell whether people are depressed without even talking to them first — all they have to do is watch how those individuals use the internet.

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Barrasso: Obamacare Raises Costs, Kills Jobs

President Barack Obama's health spending law is destroying jobs nationwide. That at least is the assertion of Wyoming Senator John Barrasso who recently sounded off against the $20 billion medical device tax that is attached to the President's health legislation.

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Americans Are Living Longer, Despite Also Getting Fatter

It seems that all of the junk food that we’ve been eating might not be killing us off as quickly as some might think.

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Constantly Checking Your Work Email Could Be Harmful to Your Health

Are you addicted to checking your work email? Well, knock it off. A new study says it’s bad for your health.

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Eating at Your Desk Could Be Making You Sick

Unfortunately, a memo requiring you to work on Saturday may not be the only thing on your desk making you sick.

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Mock Bio-Disaster Exercise Continues Across Wyoming

A mock biological disaster, “Operation Prairie Eagle”, continues this week with emergency response partners across the state participating. The Exercise requires mass distribution of anti-biotics in the face of widespread anthrax contamination. The practice scenario began last Friday in Natrona County and involved the Governor requesting from the Center for Disease Control medication from the Strategic National Stockpile.

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Despite the Risks, Americans Are Still Sun-Worshippers

According to a recently-released government survey, all those warnings about skin cancer don’t seem to be having much of an impact (just ask tanorexic mom Patricia Krentcil).

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Mock Biological Disaster Exercise To Prime Wyoming Responders

“Operation Prairie Eagle” took flight today as state of Wyoming and federal agencies participate in a mock biological disaster requiring mass distribution of medical supplies.

Natrona County Health Department Director, Bob Harrington, says its an exercise that involves accessing the Strategic National Stockpile from the Centers for Disease Control.

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