Jarod Opperman / The Bulletin Max Arellano fills his water bottle at a filling station at Bend High School.
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What to know if Moda is your insurer
Jarod Opperman / The Bulletin The building that houses Moda in Bend on Thursday. People who bought an individual policy through Moda Health -- 60,00 people statewide -- you do not need to buy a new policy before Sunday?s open enrollment deadline, state officials said Friday.
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60,000 Moda enrollees need a new health plan
Jarod Opperman / The Bulletin Moda Health, its building in Bend pictured here, announced Thursday it is pulling out of the individual markets in Oregon and Alaska.
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Despite federal uncertainty, ?doctors embrace ?3-D mammography
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Study finds large number of animals ?in Bend likely infected with plague
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Complicated care: Obesity among ?nursing home residents yields technical troubles
Jarod Opperman / The Bulletin A standard-sized wheel chair, left, is compared to a chair sized to accommodate larger people. As rates of obesity continue to rise among nursing home patients, issues of accommodation and affordability are becoming the norm for institutions.
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Deliveries to resume in Madras
Ryan Brennecke/The Bulletin file photo The moratorium on births at St. Charles-Madras hospital to end on January 25th.
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Medical services for hire in Bend
Andy Tullis / The Bulletin Co-owners of Adventure Medics, Adam Mack, left, and Matthew Sabelman, show some of the equipment used by the Bend company to provide medical services at events.
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Last-minute (and useful) Fit Gifts that won't be returned
Ryan Brennecke / The Bulletin A pair of Garneau snowshoes for sale at REI in the Old Mill.