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Spokane ‘young leader’ latest winner of Washington’s $250,000 vaccine lottery; CDC says side effects rare, recommends COVID-19 shot for kids

UPDATED: Thu., June 24, 2021

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention is investigating hundreds of cases of heart inflammation following vaccination for COVID-19, but so far, these rare side effects are treatable. CDC and state health officials still recommend vaccines for every person 12 and older, due to the risk of severe disease and complications from COVID-19.

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Water Cooler: What’s your attachment style?

UPDATED: Sun., June 20, 2021

It’s common knowledge that how you are raised can influence who you become as an adult, but attachment theory takes this notion even deeper. Attachment theory puts forth the idea that one’s earliest experiences with their caregiver can potentially influence the way they feel about close relationships into adulthood.
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What burnout really is and ways to prevent it

UPDATED: Wed., June 16, 2021

Summer Sides is a go, go, go type of person. But by late last year, all the fitness instructor wanted to do was pass mindless hours in her home, undisturbed – venturing no farther than her backyard. She was suffering, she said, from massive burnout.