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6:00am

Mon May 30, 2011
Commentary

Responsibility: Find out What it Means to Me

Dr. Marc Ringel

Being accountable in the medical profession sounds simple enough – but often times it’s not practiced as it should be. KUNC commentator Dr. Marc Ringel has found one movement that’s empowering its patients to hold doctors accountable in their treatment.

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5:35am

Mon May 30, 2011
Public Health

Warm Weather Brings Mosquitoes, West Nile Virus Risk to Colorado

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As temperatures heat up, public health officials are warning Coloradans to take preventive steps against mosquito bites, which could lead to West Nile Virus.

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4:20am

Mon May 30, 2011
Books

Indy Booksellers Target Summer's Best Reads

Chris Silas Neal

Some of the best summers are those filled with journeys, reunions and good food. We hope that all three figure into your summer plans this year. As it happens, those themes also happen to be featured prominently in some of the books that our trusty independent booksellers are recommending for your summer reading pleasure.

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4:00am

Mon May 30, 2011
NPR Story

Obesity And The Workplace

A new study links rising rates of obesity to the increasingly sedentary workplace.

4:00am

Mon May 30, 2011
NPR Story

Bikeshare Program Rides High In D.C.

Bicycle-sharing schemes are a fixture in European cities like Copenhagen, but now they are taking root on American soil. In Washington, D.C., over the past eight months, the nation's largest bike-share system has become so popular, it may become a victim of its own success.

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