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4 Tips to Lose Weight without Feeling Hungry

Are you trying to lose a few pounds? Do you find yourself hungry all the time?

Just because you’re trying to lose weight, doesn’t mean you have to deal with a grumbling stomach. Here are some easy tricks to make you feel fuller longer.

Tip 1. Eat more whole grains

While refined grains, like white flour, white pasta, and white rice will cause you to feel hungry just a short time later; whole grains, like brown rice, oats, millet, and teff will leave you feeling much satisfied longer.

When eating pasta, be sure to choose whole-grain pasta, such as brown

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Get to know Wisconsin football’s 2023 class

The early signing period opened on Wednesday, and with it came 14 signees for the Badgers in the class of 2023.

Luke Fickell did a lot with only a little bit of time as the new Badger head coach landed significant flips, a big-time quarterback transfer, and kept a number of Badger targets in Madison who were offered by the previous era.

In total, Wisconsin has 14 signees and a key transfer coming into Madison this season. The signees range from west coast to east coast while elementally being heavily rooted in the midwest.

Here is a look at all

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Nevada State Board of Education discusses possible later start time for high school students

LAS VEGAS, Nev. (FOX5) – School start times for Clark County high school students were discussed Thursday with the Nevada Board of Education.

School starts at 7:20 am for students and some parents say it is too early. According to the American Academy of Pediatrics, 8:30 am is the best time for middle and high school students to give the right amount of sleep needed.

California was the first state to implement later school start times but other states like Alaska, New York, New Jersey and Tennessee have proposed similar legislation.

Advocates for a later start say academic performance improves

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Japanese faces, American hearts

Yoshio Nakamura remembers Dec. 7, 1941. The panic of a nation. The cries for revenge and anger from his neighbors. The sentiments boiled within him, too.

But “Yosh,” as he likes to be called, also recalls the rage directed at people who looked like him in the wake of that day of infamy. The suspicions. The eventual order to leave his home.

That dreaded notice arrived in May 1942. Yosh was a junior in high school in El Monte, California. Just months earlier, inside that blissfully isolated existence unique to teenage academia, his classmates had elected him president of the

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Clinton High School teacher receives a national award as part of the ‘Amazing Teacher’ program

Mary Lesko Kokenakes, left, who taught for many years at Madison High School but this year began teaching English at Clinton High School, was recently named an Amazing Teacher of the Month as part of the Amazing Teacher Awards promotion that is live on The Daily Telegram's website.  It is a national award through Gannett publications, and the program is sponsored by McDonald's.  Presenting a ceremonial $5,000 check to Kokenakes Nov.  17 is Adrian South Main Street McDonald's owner Mike Bodman.

Mary Lesko Kokenakes, left, who taught for many years at Madison High School but this year began teaching English at Clinton High School, was recently named an Amazing Teacher of the Month as part of the Amazing Teacher Awards promotion that is live on The Daily Telegram’s website. It is a national award through Gannett publications, and the program is sponsored by McDonald’s. Presenting a ceremonial $5,000 check to Kokenakes Nov. 17 is Adrian South Main Street McDonald’s owner Mike Bodman.

CLINTON — An educator who earns praise for her instructional methods, reaching students at all ability levels, has been

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Education: Students tout benefits of EMCC’s Adult Education programs

Two north Mississippi residents are taking advantage of the programs offered at East Mississippi Community College’s Golden Triangle campus.

Brandon Miller of West Point and Trey Logan of Eupora are both enrolled in the Adult Education Launch Pad where they are taking GED preparation classes, and the two were guest speakers at a Sept. 22 events about the program.

“I’ve been working for three years towards earning my high school diploma and after only a couple of weeks at the Launch Pad I have already passed two of the four subject areas for the GED test,” Miller said. “I want

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Ultra-Processed Foods May Impair Cognition in Elderly

Processed or ultra-processed?

An article earlier this year in the European Journal of Nutrition reported that high consumption of ultra-processed foods is linked to worse-than-average performance on one particular test of cognitive function in older US adults (60+ years-old) who did not have chronic diseases such as diabetes or cardiovascular disease. The particular test was “Animal Fluency.” Never heard of it? Me either. Keep reading.

The study included 2,700 participants, average age 69. Participants were asked to recall what they ate in the prior 24 hours. Foods were “classified according to NOVA, a food classification based on the extent and

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North High School to open Career and Technical Education Cent

In addition to a new CTE center, North High will also receive a major remodel.

MINNEAPOLIS — Construction officially began Friday on a new Career and Technical Education Center at Minneapolis North High School, with a ceremonial groundbreaking attended by Mayor Jacob Frey and other city and school leaders.

The new CTE center, along with a major remodeling of the existing North High building, will take about a year to build. It is expected to open for the 2023-24 school year and will serve all of the Minneapolis Public Schools.

“We’re betting on the fact that their futures are going

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