Live Updates: Green Bay Packers at Kansas City Chiefs

The Green Bay Packers are playing at the Kansas City Chiefs on Sunday afternoon. The Packers (7-1) have won seven in a row and have been off since Thursday. The Chiefs (4-4) are coming off a home win over the Giants on Monday. Follow along all day for updates.

The Chiefs’ View of Aaron Rodgers’ Absence

In case you’ve spent the past week on the dark side of the Moon, you’ve heard that MVP quarterback Aaron Rodgers has COVID-19 and Jordan Love will make his first NFL start.

The Wednesday morning change-up required quick adaptation from the Packers. The same is true for the Chiefs, who had game-planned around Rodgers and had little intel on Love.

Here’s what the Chiefs had to say.


Coach Andy Reid: “You know that they’re not going to completely change the whole offense. That’s not going to happen. They’re still going to run the offense

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Healthy Living for ME recognizes November as National Diabetes Month

Free workshops for prevention and management of diabetes available

During National Diabetes Month, Healthy Living for ME is encouraging Mainers to take advantage of the programs and resources they offer to help people prevent and manage the disease. Over 10 percent of Maine’s population has diabetes and another 8 percent of Maine’s adults are aware they are pre-diabetic. Nationally, over 30 million people have diabetes.

“National Diabetes Month is an opportunity to bring awareness to the prevalence of diabetes as well as to the opportunities available for preventing and managing the disease,” said Jennifer Fortin, training & fidelity manager of Healthy Living for ME. “Our workshops and other resources can help Mainers who have diabetes learn strategies for better management of the disease, as well as help those who are pre-diabetic make lifestyle changes and lower their risk for developing diabetes. We have heard from many participants — including  a

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Hepatitis C and liver transplant: Criteria and procedure

Hepatitis C-related complications are a leading cause of liver transplants in the United States. A liver transplant is a life-saving surgery where a surgeon removes a diseased liver and replaces it with a healthy liver from a living or deceased donor.

Hepatitis C (HCV) is a virus that causes inflammation of the liver. HCV infections can either be acute (short term) or chronic (long lasting). When a person has acute hepatitis, symptoms can last for 6 months. If the body is unable to clear the virus, the infection becomes chronic. Evidence suggests that more than 50% of cases develop into a chronic infection, which often damages the liver, causing the organ to stop functioning properly.

According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), approximately 5–25% of individuals with a chronic HCV infection will develop complete scarring, or cirrhosis, within 10–20 years. The CDC adds that people

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Breast cancer survivor says ‘do not wait to get checked’


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As October comes to a close, we wanted to remind you how important breast cancer screenings really are. We are sharing a story that is close to the FOX 13 News family as a member of our production staff recently helped her partner face the diagnosis head-on amid the pandemic. 

Cora Hensley has her whole life ahead of her, but sometimes the bumps in the road are unavoidable.

“I literally just stuck my hand on my chest like this and that’s when I felt the lump,” said Cora. “And it was very large right off the bat, and that’s when I knew something wasn’t right.”

Hensley made an appointment with her OBGYN a few

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