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Freedom of speech in Putin's Russia

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Several vaccines will be available soon to fight a variety of viruses circulating this fall. We ask Jeremy Cauwels, M.D., chief physician at Sanford Health, which vaccines to consider rolling up your sleeve for.

We discuss a debilitating condition and the exceptional athlete who brought it into the public consciousness. Lou Gehrig was diagnosed with ALS in 1939. We talk to On Call with the Prairie Doc® team member Jill Kruse, D.O., about the athlete and the disease.

Read Dr. Kruse's full blog post.

Patrick Forbes is director of the new PBS FRONTLINE documentary “Putin vs. the Press.” He’s also a friend of the film’s subject, Nobel Peace Prize-winning journalist Dmitry Muratov.

"Putin vs. the Press" begins streaming on FRONTLINE’s website, YouTube and through the PBS app on Tuesday, Sept 12. The film will broadcast on SDPB TV on Tuesday, Sept. 26.

We discuss pizza parties and gold stars on Teacher Talk.

Gina Benz, a high school English teacher, and Jackie Wilber with the University of South Dakota's School of Education dive into the unintended consequences of rewarding students in the classroom. Read the full article.

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Ellen Koester is a producer of In the Moment, SDPB's daily news and culture broadcast.
Ari Jungemann is a producer of In the Moment, SDPB's daily news and culture broadcast.