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How to stay cool in extreme heat

Robin Ikeda, deputy director of the CDC's Office of Noncommunicable Diseases, Injury and Environmental Health, talks about how to prevent heat-related illnesses and deaths by staying cool, hydrated and informed. (Courtesy of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention)

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Three ways Facebook could be messing with your head

Have you ever planned to quickly check your news feed only to find yourself two years deep into your ex-boyfriend’s current girlfriend’s best friend’s sister’s photos? That fall down the rabbit hole isn’t just a time suck; it might also wreck your mental health. Here are three ways that Facebook (and your other social media favorites) can mess with your mind.

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Taking yoga clues from nature, outdoors

It’s no secret that playing outside is a great way for kids to keep physically fit, but it also has mental benefits. Hattie Garlick, author of the book “Born to Be Wild: Hundreds of Free Nature Activities for Families,” offers ways to slow down while outdoors.

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How to stay cool in extreme heat

Robin Ikeda, deputy director of the CDC's Office of Noncommunicable Diseases, Injury and Environmental Health, talks about how to prevent heat-related illnesses and deaths by staying cool, hydrated and informed. (Courtesy of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention)
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How to stay cool in extreme heat

Wichita toddler celebrates his heart transplant's first anniversary 1:42

Wichita toddler celebrates his heart transplant's first anniversary

Kidney recipient: "I have a promise of a decent life." 2:13

Kidney recipient: "I have a promise of a decent life."

VIDEO: Inside Sedgwick County's ambulance for highly contagious patients 1:39

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