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  • March - April 2011
  • In Health: March - April, 2011


  • Ripple Effects of a Lie
  • Ripple Effects of a Lie

    People used to believe ice cream contributed to children developing polio. It sounds ridiculous now, but years ago it made a kind of quirky sense: Polio outbreaks were most common in the summer. Since summer was when the ice cream truck came around, parents desperate to prevent their children from getting polio would ban ice cream.
  • Sources of Pain
  • Sources of Pain

    When Ethan Corporon first pumped a shell into the chamber of a shotgun and began blasting away at a house in northwest Spokane last fall, he had already exhibited many signs of being unstable and violent.
  • From the Editor

    Welcome to the Healthy Homes issue of InHealthNW. We have a diverse special section featuring ways to create a safe and relaxing haven from the world.

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