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Whooping cough is still a danger

You know how it is.
You can’t get through the day without someone telling you there’s a new threat in your life, something you need to worry about that, yesterday, you were blissfully ignorant of — of which you were blissfully ignorant? — whatever.
You know how it goes.
But this new threat isn’t new at all.
In fact it is quite old and quite avoidable and health officials in Kansas are encouraging people to take it seriously.
As the Associated Press reported this week:
“Health officials in a northeast Kansas county are dealing with an outbreak of whooping ...

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