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BEST BUY PREPARES FOR BLACK FRIDAY

BEST BUY PREPARES FOR BLACK FRIDAY

WITH BLACK FRIDAY ONLY WEEKS AWAY, LETS FIND OUT HOW BEST BUY IS GETTING READY FOR THE HOLIDAY SHOPPING SEASON AND THEIR TIPS FOR SHOPPERS. TV2’S NADINE BATTAH HAS THE STORY Whether if it’s for TV’s, games or computers, hundreds of people line up outside storefronts on Thanksgiving for the best holiday deals. You guessed it right, it’s Black Friday season. Best Buy is known as one of the busiest technology retail stores on Black Friday every year. “Get in…

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Ravenna woman finds passion rescuing dogs in China

Ravenna woman finds passion rescuing dogs in China

Madison Tromler With an infectious laugh, bright smile and red hair, Nancy Jones seems to be quite happy with life. Although this may be true, Jones has faced a multitude of adversity, despite her positive aura. Born in Ohio, she resides in Ravenna of Portage County in a big brown brick home with a spacious backyard. Nancy and her husband skip around the backyard on a beautiful, Sunday fall afternoon with their three Greyhounds; Sebastian, Hugo and Sophie Grace. Hugo…

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Kent health professionals discuss overcoming anxiety in competitive society

Kent health professionals discuss overcoming anxiety in competitive society

Madison Tromler Professional Licensed Mental Health Counselor Joan Lucci can remember having one form of anxiety as kid.   “I recognized, ‘Oh my gosh,’ I had social anxiety when I was young, and I had no idea,” Lucci said. She’s not alone. The Anxiety and Depression Association of America says 40 million Americans have an anxiety disorder and only about 37 percent seek treatment. The World Health Organization reports anxiety disorders are the most common mental health disorder worldwide. Kent…

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Flu shot season raises concern over vaccine effectiveness, side effects

Flu shot season raises concern over vaccine effectiveness, side effects

Influenza, commonly known as the flu, is one of the country’s most common illness. Since 2016, the number of cases of the flu has increases steadily. In 2018, the CDC reported less than half of Americans get their flu shots. Around 48 million Americans had the flu last year and numbers are expected to rise this year. “You’re most contagious if you have the flu probably within the first 3 to 4 days. If you’re coughing and sneezing you’re probably…

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