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An Alabama family started an antiracist library

Kristen Berthiaume remembers when George Floyd was murdered, with body cam footage revealing his struggles to breathe and cries for his mother as a police officer knelt on his neck.

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What's next for supply chains after the holiday rush

Retailers can breathe a sigh of relief now that the Christmas holiday is over, capping months of laborious planning to keep shelves stocked over the busy shopping period. But it may not be much of a respite.

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Celebrated American painter Wayne Thiebaud dies

Artist Wayne Thiebaud, whose paintings breathed color into the everyday symbols of post-war America, has died age 101, according to a statement from the University of California, Davis, where he taught for more than 40 years.

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Rookie TSA officer leaps conveyor belt to help choking baby

A mother saw her two-month old wasn't breathing after walking through the security checkpoint at Newark Liberty International Airport. In response, officer Cecilia Morales jumped over the conveyer belt and performed the infant Heimlich Maneuver.

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If you do just one exercise every day, try this one

Breathing and mobility coach Dana Santas demonstrates the most important exercise in all of the programs she creates: The Breathing Bridge. It's designed to improve breathing, posture and overall movement.

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Rescuing our kids from Covid trauma is vital for healing America

Now that the Pfizer vaccines have been authorized for emergency use in children ages 5 to 11, I, like so many parents across the US, am breathing a sigh of relief that my little ones can finally be protected against Covid-19. We still have a lot of work to do to ensure we emerge from this pandemic as soon as possible, but as a pediatrician and the Surgeon General of California, I recognize that reining in the virus can't be the end of the story.

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Europe's skiers set for 'emotional' return

Some miss the thrill of it. Some miss breathing in crisp, pure air on a sparkling mountainside. Others yearn for a cold drink on a sun-drenched terrace, or a cozy meal by a roaring fire after a day on the slopes.

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The myth about the Statue of Liberty

For many Americans, the Statue of Liberty, dedicated 135 years ago this month, is an enduring symbol of the idea that the United States is a nation of immigrants. Lady Liberty's torch was the first image of America for millions of immigrants arriving at Ellis Island. Emma Lazarus' immortal words, "Give me your tired, your poor, your huddled masses yearning to breathe free, the wretched refuse of your teeming shore" are etched into a plaque on its base and into the collective memory of Americans. However, despite the symbolic power of the statue and the sincere belief that the US is a nation of immigrants, neither of these stories we tell ourselves about what it means to be an American is actually true.

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Putty and ice cream? An expert's advice on younger kids and the vaccine

An 11-year-old girl was petrified -- her word -- of needles, so much so that she didn't want to talk about it with me. She couldn't talk about it without becoming visibly upset. Her heart raced, her breathing became rapid, and her stomach hurt when she tried to answer my questions. So, we backed up and started from the beginning.

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