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  • May - June 2012
  • In Health: May - June, 2012

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  • Captain Coug
  • Captain Coug

    John Abraham Lodwick has been living and breathing basketball for nine years — five in Pullman (including one as a red-shirt) and four in high school in Bend, Ore., before that.
  • When It's Not Cancer
  • When It's Not Cancer

    In her early 40s, Kerry Anne McGinn was no stranger to breast lumps, pain and even surgery. She’d been through a biopsy that found no cancer but stressed her out just the same.
  • Dusty Old Track
  • Dusty Old Track

    There’s a stretch of road on Highway 200, as it nears the Idaho-Montana line in rural North Idaho, where the biggest traffic hazard is tourists parked on the side of the shoulder snapping pictures.
  • Research Roundup
  • Research Roundup

    A new diet to help those with problems swallowing from WSU, looking into an average 18-year life expectancy gap in just four miles and new light on just how the brain and sleep work together.
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  • From the Editor
  • From the Editor

    As I've been learning about the problems with kids’ sports for this issue’s Healthy Kids section, the one thing I heard over and over from parents was the sense that it’s kind of a hopeless situation.
  • Owning Autism
  • Owning Autism

    As her son graduates from high school, a Spokane Valley mom reflects on what it took to get him there

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