Meg Roussos / The Bulletin Tthe new 3-D mammography machine at Bend Memorial Clinic on Friday.
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Herbal supplement maker relocating to Redmond
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Studying movement in real time
Ryan Brennecke / The Bulletin Kayla Meredith, a participant in a FORCE Lab study on the effectiveness of knee braces for people with patellofemoral pain, runs wearing a knee brace.
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Autism advocates cheer coverage rulings
Joe Kline / The Bulletin Mark and Jaclyn Baucum sit with their kids, Isabela, 5, and Luke, 3, in their Bend backyard. The Baucums are moving to the Portland area this weekend for better autism services and insurance coverage through Jaclynís new job.
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Naturopathic physicians fight for Oregon insurance coverage
Meg Roussos / The Bulletin Naturopathic physician Joshua Phillips, right, examines patient Mike Fief of Bend at the Hawthorn Healing Arts Center in Bend. Naturopathic doctors want to be covered by health insurance at the same rate as traditional medical doctors.
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Joe Kline / The Bulletin Duke tries out some dog booties on the Deschutes River Trail in Bend.
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Joe Kline / The Bulletin Some of the diet pills and supplements Cynthia Poore has tried in an attempt to lose weight. She said none of the supplements helped her lose weight.
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Like the diverse racing scene in Bend? ?Thank SuperDave
Joe Kline Race and event organizer Dave Thomason with his wife, Carisa, and son, Clay, 7, near the finish of the Dirty Half in July in Bend.
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Health care advocacy is about speaking up
Leslie Pugmire Hole is editor of the Redmond Spokesman.
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Leaving the bus in the dust
Nine-year-old Elliot Henson rides his bike down Nashville Avenue on his way home from Highland Elementary School in June. Ryan Brennecke