After adding moderate-level physical activity to their daily lives, people tend to think they haven’t made a positive behavior change at all, the study found.
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In Minneapolis, Jamal Osman leads in first-place votes for the Ward 6 council seat, while general election contests are also set for three open seats on the Hennepin County Board.
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The new case count is the lowest tally since June 29, though there were also far fewer tests conducted than is typical.
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Black Americans have also protested against Confederate monuments since they were erected. In the 1880s and 1890s, Black citizens in Charleston, South Carolina mocked and defaced the original monument to John C. Calhoun, the South Carolina congressman and U.S. vice president who defended slavery as a “positive good.”
One issue that might be taken up this week: using federal CARES Act money to increase grant funding to provide day services for people with disabilities.
Almost half of the study’s participants overstated the amount of whole grain in different products after reading the food labels.
Such programs often have higher success rates with members of minority populations, who frequently struggle to reach and maintain sobriety using traditional treatment programs.
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The Minnesota Department of Health announced Monday that three more Minnesotans had died of COVID-19, bringing the total to 1,660 since the pandemic began.
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Two weeks after the commissioner of the Minnesota Department of Administration said the fence would soon be gone, she is now recommending that it remain in place — with no date for removal.
Under the federal government’s use-it-or-lose-it constraints, Minnesota cities and counties are quickly finding ways to spend the money.
Both the Minneapolis Public Schools district and the Red Lake School District are holding school board races.
Both mental health problems and economic hardship are higher in the U.S., the Commonwealth Fund reports.
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The number of confirmed cases of COVID-19 is up 797 from Saturday’s count and is based on 19,959 new tests — the highest number of tests reported in a single day so far.
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