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  • Water: Go Ahead, Drink Up
  • Water: Go Ahead, Drink Up

    Spokane has a lot of things worth bragging about. There’s Riverfront Park. There’s Bloomsday. There’s Hoopfest. And there’s the water that’s streaming out of your kitchen faucet.
  • Prescription for Death
  • Prescription for Death

    Lacey Jones was sliding. A sophomore at Whitworth, Jones had transferred from Washington State to play softball, the sport she loved. She was practicing sliding one day in February 2002, gliding over the grass again and again, until her metal cleats dug into the turf and her ankle popped.
  • Fixing the Whole Body
  • Fixing the Whole Body

    In the future, older people across the country will be treated like senior citizens here in the Inland Northwest. Gentiva Health Services, one of almost 10,000 Medicare-certified agencies nationwide, is one of just 11 home health providers selected to help design the future of health care for aging Americans. And the company will be using programs it developed in the Spokane area.
  • Fire: Sensing Smoke
  • Fire: Sensing Smoke

    Changing the battery in a smoke detector when you set your clock back isn’t enough. Protecting your home from fire now requires more than pushing the test button to hear the reassuring high-pitched squeal that it works. You need to know how it works.
  • Earth: A Healthy Foundation
  • Earth: A Healthy Foundation

    As mountains crumble to the seas, so too is Mother Nature at work to retrieve your home and return it to the earth. Her impressive list of accomplices includes the formidable force of gravity, the seeping, but potent, power of water, the fiery might of electricity and the permeating poison of an invisible gas.
  • From the Editor
  • From the Editor

    This edition of InHealthNW is all about creating a space where you and your family can thrive and grow. There’s no shortage of attention to creating a beautiful space — a fact that HGTV exploits 24/7. But how can your home environment improve your health and safety?

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