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There was a time when I ran three to five miles before work and trained for half marathons. Three years ago, however, I tore a muscle in my right hip flexor. I limped for months. I could barely walk, let alone run.

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ATLANTA — Lies Toribio walks into a classroom at Bethesda Elementary, in Gwinnett County, Georgia, and sits in front of a laptop bearing a sticker: "dedicated teacher."

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So far, roughly 213 million COVID-19 vaccines have been administered in the United States, with more than a quarter of the nation fully vaccinated. The virus is still spreading, with cases rising in many parts of the country.

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LOS ANGELES – In the 2003 musical comedy "School of Rock," Jack Black plays a wayward rock guitarist who takes a gig as a substitute teacher — and trains a class of brainy fifth-graders to play rock instruments, and eventually, compete in a local Battle of the Bands. By the movie's end, the …

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LOS ANGELES – For a few tense months, between the time she submitted her college applications and received the momentous decisions, Rhea Mistry waited and wondered. Was her high school record strong enough for her choice colleges to accept her among thousands of other students in one of the …