• Issue Archive for
  • Mar 9 - May 8, 2009
  • In Health: March - April, 2009


  • Ask Dr. Matt

    Q. My 6-year-old son still needs to wear a pull-up at night. How can I help him be dry at night?
  • Man on a Mission

    Say hello to the well-traveled Dr. Andy Agwunobi, Providence Health Care's new CEO in Eastern Washington
  • Cold War

    Dave Martin wanted to know why, exactly, he had adenoid cystic cancer in his mouth. He didn’t smoke. He didn’t chew tobacco. He lived a healthy life — he drank lots of milk, he ate all his vegetables. So why, he asked the doctors at the University of Washington, did he have cancer?
  • From the Editor

    Cancer. Heart disease. Stroke. It sometimes feels as though our bodies are under siege from every side — anything we do could be potentially disastrous, any oversight a fatal mistake, any symptom the first sign of a devastating illness.

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