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  • Moving People
  • Moving People

    Volunteers help people a world away move into a better life
      The first time you see one, it may take a minute to figure out just what it is that you’re looking at. It seems like a simple bike. Or is it a trike? But then again, this knobby-tired, colorful
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  • Pets to the Rescue
  • Pets to the Rescue

    The mysterious bond between people and animals gets a closer look from scientists
      “We started to notice that she was hanging around the neighborhood.” That’s how Coeur d’Alene resident Jamie Brannock describes the first time she set eyes on Misty back in October 2011.
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  • PET Project
  • PET Project

    One by one, local colunteers help people a world away move to a better life
      The first time you see one, it may take a minute to figure out just what it is that you’re looking at. It seems like a simple bike. Or is it a trike? But then again, this knobby-tired, colorful little three-wheeler has the pedals on the handlebars.
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  • Hanging Around
  • Hanging Around

    Inversion therapy promises relief from back pain and high-intensity exercise. Does it deliver?
      Like death and taxes, gravity is inevitable. Its relentless pull may be taking a toll on your muscles and joints. But what if its effects were reversed and instead of pulling you down, it pulled you up?
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  • High Tech First Aid
  • High Tech First Aid

    A few additions might make sense for your first-aid kit
      “It’s like the Boy Scouts say: ‘Be prepared,’” says Stacey Bogar, health and safety instructor of the Spokane chapter of the American Red Cross. “You never know what can happen to you or, maybe, to a guest in your home.” These are the times you will be glad to have a first-aid kit.
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  • Is Less More?
  • Is Less More?

    Minimalist running is taking off — kind of how jogging did back in the 1970s
      For most of us, it’s tough enough to lace up the shoes, get out there and go jogging. Now consider this: Forget the shoes. Your running gear does not include footwear. You are, podiatrically speaking, going au naturel.
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  • Defining "Emergency"
  • Defining "Emergency"

    Health For All looks for new ways to reach the uninsured
      It’s the biggest hospital in Eastern Washington, and a quick look at a few statistics will tell you why: Each year, Providence Sacred Heart sees about 80,000 patients — and that’s just in the emergency room.
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  • Visit, Ask, Discover
  • Visit, Ask, Discover

    Making informed decisions on care for the elderly takes a little research
      Before Norma Melone moved to Spokane in 2009, she wasn’t too happy with her living situation. “It wasn’t awful,” she says of the Sunnyvale, Calif. nursing home. “But it wasn’t good.”
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  • Look Good, Be Smart
  • Look Good, Be Smart

    Supplement your way to weight loss, big muscles and even love
      The diet industry devours $40 billion a year from Americans who want to lose weight. Some of that is spent on dietary supplements and, according to the Food and Drug Administration, some of those supplements — a relatively small number — are dangerous.
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  • Going with the Flow
  • Going with the Flow

    High-tech help for stress
      Maybe you’re one of the 40 percent — that is, more than 124 million Americans — who do feel stressed. At least you’re not alone. But what do you do about it?
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  • Energizing Fashion
  • Energizing Fashion

    The magnetic appeal of athletic jewelry
      Spring is in the air, flowers are in bloom, baseball is back and so are aqua-titanium necklaces, ion wrist-bands and energyimparting holograms.
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  • Healthy Homework
  • Healthy Homework

    Power tools are dangerous, even for small weekend jobs around the house
      So your home is your castle. It’s your sanctuary, where your heart is. But couldn’t it look a little better? Don’t we all think our homes might use a little something more?
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  • Caught in the Middle
  • Caught in the Middle

    Taking care of kids and parents offers challenges — and rewards
      The metaphor has been around for many years now, but these days, more and more people are finding out just what it means to be a member of the “Sandwich Generation.”
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  • Memory Games
  • Memory Games

    A locally created DVD game engages patients with dementia
      Most of the folks at Spokane’s Providence St. Joseph Care Center might rather be somewhere else. Some may even have trouble remembering where they are. What may help? Interactive DVD games.
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  • Defending Your Dermis
  • Defending Your Dermis

    Hey guys: Add some SPF to your routine
      If you’re asked to do some quick word-association with “winter,” you’re apt to hear responses like “cold,” “snow,” “skiing” or “ice.” But what needs to come to mind is “sunscreen.”
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