Joe Kline / The Bulletin Lucas Songstad, 11, walks in the Northwest Run/Walk for Epilepsy event on Saturday near Drake Park. Songstad and his team, the Seizure Slayers, comprised of family and neighbors, participated in the event for the first time. The event helps raise awareness and funds for programs like an upcoming summer camp in Oregon for kids with epilepsy.
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St. Charles Prineville, Madras CEO departs for Idaho
Jarod Opperman / The Bulletin Jeanie Gentry describes some of the features at the new St. Charles Prineville on Friday.
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Medical error reports still low in Oregon
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Speech therapists expanding tongue work
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Parkinson's patients find relief through surgery
Ryan Brennecke / The Bulletin Madelin Currie, 67, works out at Juniper Swim and Fitness in Bend. Currie had had deep brain stimulation surgery at OHSU in 2013 when her Parkinsonís tremors became more severe.
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BMC doctors lead morning walks
Joe Kline / The Bulletin From left, Renee Brodock, Jeri Welbourn, Bend Medical Center Physician Charlotte Lin, and Layla Solar walk along the Deschutes River Trail during a Walk with a Doc outing in Bend.
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For running shoes, the more cushioning the better? Local study says no
Ryan Brennecke / The Bulletin After being fitted with retro-reflective markers Kristen Allen runs through the OSU Cascades FORCE lab during a study of how minimalist, regular and maximalist running shoes can affect how a person runs.
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2017 exchange: Just 3 insurers
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When you can't stop and smell the roses -- or anything at all