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  • November - December 2008
  • In Health: November - December, 2008

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  • Popcorn Peril
  • Popcorn Peril

    Consider the popcorn: A simple snack, spare in its ingredients and preparation. But one Spokane Valley man says this seemingly benign treat almost killed him.
  • Changing Seasons
  • Changing Seasons

    I know it’s a cliché, but where did the time go? It seemed like just a moment ago it was summer fun and school time — and now we’re talking about the holidays? Of course, with all the tough financial news, it’s nice to focus on something positive.
  • It's not the miles, it's the mileage
  • It's not the miles, it's the mileage

    Family Home Care and Hospice makes house calls. A lot of them. They provide at-home health care services for patients in an almost 100-mile radius throughout Spokane and Whitman counties. Just driving from place to place, the employees rack up more than a million miles a year of car time.
  • From the Editor
  • From the Editor

    As the neighbors of Ed Begley Jr. can attest, once you begin paying attention to the impact of your life on the planet, it can provoke more than a little anxiety. I’ve even heard a new term for the obsessive behavior the anxiety can lead to: “carborexia.”

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