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Health & Home

  • Selling Healthy
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  • Selling Healthy

    Remaking school lunches to be healthier is a big challenge, but small victories are starting to emerge
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  • Container Gardens
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  • Container Gardens

    Are you infamous for turning healthy houseplants into withered stalks? Do you have a knack for over-watering and under-fertilizing?
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  • New School, New Menu

    When Spokane Schools’ Nutrition Services Director Doug Wordell needs ideas and inspiration about how to make small changes that make a big difference, he looks to Spokane Schools’ new project-based high school, The Community School.
  • Vertical Gardening
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  • Vertical Gardening

    When developers want to maximize land use without increasing their physical footprint, they start building upward. The same goes for gardeners.
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  • Community Gardens
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  • Community Gardens

    If your backyard or balcony isn’t an ideal growing spot, or if you want to supplement the bounty of your home garden with greater variety, consider joining a community garden.
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  • Getting Back Up Again
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  • Getting Back Up Again

    At age 5, Bonnie St. John’s leg was amputated, but that didn’t stop her from going on to win  three medals in ski racing at the 1984 Winter Paralympics in Innsbruck, Austria.
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  • Dr. Craig Panos
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  • Dr. Craig Panos

    U.S. Ski Team physician and a sports and concussion medicine specialist at Kootenai Health
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  • Early Exposure

    Does not allowing children to have alcohol just make them want it more?
  • Another Take on Tylenol
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  • Another Take on Tylenol

    In the past few years, several studies have demonstrated a possible association between asthma and the use of acetaminophen (Tylenol).
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  • Let Growth Bloom
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  • Let Growth Bloom

    Just as a seed may struggle to sprout and take root in the crack of a sidewalk, we may struggle with challenges that seem determined to keep us from blossoming.
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  • Morality Tales
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  • Morality Tales

    It could be some of the most minor roles in crime dramas that make the biggest difference to the viewer, according to new research from Washington State University.
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  • Warrior Training
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  • Warrior Training

    Kids have been confounding their parents since forever. What’s relatively new is book after book claiming to explain it all.
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