Joe Kline / The Bulletin Logan Miller, 16, holds one of his Black Modern Game Bantums outside his family?s chicken coop in Tumalo. Miller is recovering from severe head trauma he sustained in a car accident in January. He spent 47 days in the hospital, including 21 days in a coma. Miller is active in raising sheep, chickens and cattle with his family.
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Danger outdoors Lyme disease: Tick-borne illness becoming more common
Jarod Opperman / The Bulletin Andy Rieber, who has had Lyme disease for 14 years, is the beneficiary of a series of fundraiser concerts that also serve to raise awareness about the illness.
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Plant power winning over more health professionals
Ryan Brennecke / The Bulletin A plate of fresh steamed asparagus and a lentil loaf cooked by Judy Petullo in her home on Monday.
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Deschutes' drinking problem Too much alcohol could be undermining your otherwise healthy lifestyle
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After explosive decade, Mosaic Medical sees patient numbers normalize
Andy Tullis / The Bulletin Dr. Katrina Terry, right, checks the ears of patient, Camelia Mayfield, during an office visit at Mosaic Medical in Bend. After the sharp increase of patients in 2014 following the expansion of the Oregon Health Plan, Mosaic clinics in Bend, Prineville and Madras has seen numbers return to normal and even slightly decrease.
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When a heart stops ... someone else can help
Joe Kline / The Bulletin Pauline and Donald Sandretzky sit with Pauline?s grandson, Israel Hawley, 17, at their home in Bend. Hawley performed CPR as instructed by 911 dispatch on Donald Sandretzky when he passed out while driving in December.
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County health rankings released
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Trouble on the turf?
Joe Kline / The Bulletin Rubber fill from the artificial turf field at Summit High School.
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Early autism screenings questioned
Jarod Opperman / The Bulletin Phillip Sohn shows his mother, Heather Sohn, a video he recorded on his iPad. Phillipís pediatrician recommended that autism might be a possibility at his 2-year check-up.
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Mosaic Medical expands its reach
Ryan Brennecke / The Bulletin Mosaic Medical's mobile clinic is parked near First United Methodist Church during a stop in Bend last month.