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Olin offers solutions for finals week stress

Christmas came early for the Ingham County Health Department. After almost three months of waiting, the health department received its first shipment of the flu vaccine late last week. And although it’s late in the flu season, the vaccinations can still be effective, Ingham County Disease Control Supervisor Judy Williams said. “We go by confirmed cases where someone shows up in the emergency room and has a throat culture done and it shows that the person has influenza,” she said, adding that there is a flu mimic circulating that is not actually influenza.

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Muslim students begin celebration of holiest holiday

MSU Muslim students will begin their holiest month today.Ramadan, a Muslim holiday observed through prayer and fasting - abstaining from food and drink - during the daylight hours, begins today.Umbrin Ateequi, a member of MSU’s Muslim Student Association, said the holiday is a time for personal improvement.“Ramadan is a time to reflect and be thankful for things we take for granted,” she said.