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World Breastfeeding Week

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World Breastfeeding Week is August 1-7. It's a week that focuses on empowering parents to reach breastfeeding goals. Amber Franklin is a mother of 3 kids, with her youngest having been born in July. With her first child, she says she only breastfed for a few months....

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Cancer Centers of SWOK receive award

The Cancer Centers of SWOK has received an award for their contribution and support of their nursing staff. It's an award that showcases the Centers dedication to providing the best possible care. Robin Lewis is the Director of Nursing at the cancer center in Lawton....

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Good Morning Texoma!

It has been very hot this summer with plenty of days in the triple digits. To look on the bright side of things, average high temperatures go downhill from here. Average high temperatures drop into the upper 80s during the month of September. If you love fall temperatures, your wait won't be much longer.

Meteorologist John Hammersmith 7 News
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