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  • July - August 2008
  • In Health: July - August, 2008

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  • Asthma Anxiety
  • Asthma Anxiety

    Spokane resident Rachel Rooks vividly remembers the worst of her adult asthma attacks. “It was the holiday season of 2005 and I had bronchitis,” Rooks recalls.
  • The Best Season of All
  • The Best Season of All

    I don’t know if it gets any better than summer in the Inland Northwest. The nights are cool, while the days are long and hot. There’s an explosion of activities — swimming to softball — fueled by fresh seasonal produce and barbecues with friends.
  • 5 Surprising Ways to Feel Great
  • 5 Surprising Ways to Feel Great

    Turns out that Mom really did know what’s good for you and what’s not. All those dictums of childhood — go outside to play, get enough sleep, clean your room and indulge in the occasional treat — are now coming full circle.
  • A Healthy Summer
  • A Healthy Summer

    The other day I forgot my wallet on the kitchen counter. I had raced out the door with my 5-year-old in tow, planning to grab a quick lunch before he went to Soccertots. Not until we were at the counter ordering at Wendy’s did I discover I had no money, no debit card, no credit card and no time to get home and eat before his class.

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