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“Pages of history” features excerpts from The News Journal archives including the Wilmington Morning News and the Evening Journal. March 27, 1953, Wilmington Morning News New polio vaccine passes test, but will be delayed The new polio vaccine has passed its first human test on 90 children and adults with flying colors. But “there will

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March 12, 2024

December 20, 2022 · 5:50 AM I’ve written previously about how Paul Ingraham helped cure my patello-femoral pain syndrome. More recently, Paul looked into hiccup cures because his father had an intractable case. What finally worked for dad? Breathing into a plastic bag. Boosting blood CO2 (hypercapnia) by breathing in a PLASTIC bag. This one

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December 13, 2023

Walk4Pizza was cited for a number of items, including failing to protect food from contamination or adulteration, according to the inspection report Newmarket restaurant Walk4Pizza was ordered to temporarily close by York Region Public Health following an inspection last week. An inspection at the restaurant at 6-350 Davis Dr. found a number of items not

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December 6, 2023

Whether you have a family doctor or you’re looking for one, chances are you have had to endure long wait times to see them or find them. Last year, the Angus Reid Institute reported there were six million Canadians without a family doctor, and a third of them said they had been searching for more

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July 16, 2023

Kids Help Phone says it’s turning to artificial intelligence to help respond to the “enormous need” as more and more young people reach out for mental health help and support. “Young people are changing fast and technology is changing faster,” said Michael Cole, senior vice-president and chief information officer for Kids Help Phone. The helpline

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July 5, 2023