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  • Beyond the Cabin
  • Beyond the Cabin

    What’s your speed? A one-hour “Mommy and Me” art class involving repurposed popsicle sticks, a day camp requiring your child’s first school bus ride, or a full week away from home, camping lakeside?
  • Checkup for Men
  • Checkup for Men

    Dr. Bob Riggs, with the Group Health Veradale Medical Center in Spokane Valley, says one of the greatest hurdles to keeping men healthy as they age is just getting them into a doctor’s office.
  • Dining with Dignity
  • Dining with Dignity

    Marlene Alford grew up eating a hot breakfast every morning and coming home from school to cookies fresh out of the oven. She met a stark contrast to her upbringing when she started volunteering at the Women’s and Children’s Free Restaurant in 1998.
  • Rehab Reality
  • Rehab Reality

    Toys are stacked on the front porch of the Isabella House, but the kids are nowhere to be seen. Inside the front door and behind a red, velvety curtain in the imposing 113-year-old house on the edge of Coeur d’Alene Park in Browne’s Addition, their playroom is also abandoned.
  • Bathing Like Benjamin
  • Bathing Like Benjamin

    Does good health play a role in the creative process? It can, argues Mason Currey, who spent more than two years blogging about the way some of the greatest artists and thinkers worked.
  • Heading for Home
  • Heading for Home

    What better way to celebrate the Fourth of July than with a footrace, some baseball and fireworks?
  • Teenage Jitters
  • Teenage Jitters

    For about 80 percent of adults every day, caffeine in moderate doses delivers increased feelings of alertness, decreased feelings of fatigue and gives a handy kick of energy.
  • Saving a Life
  • Saving a Life

    “Sudden cardiac arrest is a national health crisis,” says Ryan Schaefer. “It is one of the biggest killers in the U.S. today.”

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