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  • Five Reasons to Exercise
  • Five Reasons to Exercise

    Sometimes getting motivated to exercise is almost more difficult than actually doing a workout. So, to help keep you pumped up, we asked regional health and fitness experts what works for them or the people they help.
  • The Health Insurance Cost Conundrum
  • The Health Insurance Cost Conundrum

    Dr. Brett Hagen got into the optometry business because he loves just about everything about eye care. But those upsides have come with a constant juggling act. As owner of Garland Vision Source, Hagen must relentlessly study health plans, communicate regularly with his insurance broker, and constantly crunch numbers to make sure his business can provide health benefits to its workers.

  • Empty Bottles
  • Empty Bottles

    Across the nation, medicines that ward off cancer or simply stymie gout have fallen into short supply, and the Inland Northwest is no exception.
  • From the Editor
  • From the Editor

    My family doctor recently told me that at every conference she goes to, exercise is touted over and over as the key to improving health. “You really need to exercise,” she said.

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