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Health

Give those New Year’s resolutions a second chance

Okay, so you’ve already broken most, if not all, of those New Year’s resolutions you made. So what? There’s no law that says you only get one chance and that it only can happen on Jan. 1. In fact, waiting until after the activities and tensions of the holidays end can often make change easier.

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Experts say teenagers in Ohio are making better choices when it comes to their sexual behaviors, resulting in a historic decline in teen pregnancies and births.

Bill Albert, chief campaign officer with the National Campaign to Prevent Teen Pregnancy, says evidence-based programs that target teen behaviors have contributed to the drop, as well as changing views in how to best approach the issue of sexual education.

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It was music to the ears of the Requena family, of Woodville, and the close to 100 who attended when several local musicians – including a famous face – came together Nov. 23 for a concert to benefit 10-year-old Connor Requena, who is undergoing treatment for leukemia.

The benefit, held at the Mainstreet Bar in East Toledo, was headlined by Chuck Mosley – former front man for Faith No More. Opening performers included Para Bellum, Reverse the Belief, Give Way to Malice, The Panic Bar, Flush, and Chernobyl Cult.

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