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Maybe you've heard the following myths about pregnancy: exercise and sex are bad because they can hurt the unborn baby. Mayo Clinic experts say for healthy women who are having healthy pregnancies, sex and exercise are not only okay, they also may be beneficial. Reporter Vivien Williams has more.
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The Mid-Atlantic hurricane season begins June 1 and ends Nov. 30. Various reports indicate the 2023 season will be an active one. The National Hurricane Center ...