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Insurers expect healthier customers in 2016, but still want to raise prices

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  • 5/21/2015
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More are seeking medical pot cards

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  • Ryan Brennecke / Bulletin file photo Medical marijuana in Bloom Well, a dispensary in Bend, Deschutes County.
  • 5/21/2015
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Shin splints? Knee pain? It could be weak feet

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  • Tess Freeman / The Bulletin Stephanie Howe, left, and David McKay practice two variations of a single leg balance cone touch during a strengthening session at Focus Physical Therapy at Recharge las week. The single leg balance is an exercise that can help strengthen your feet to prevent other physical ailments.
  • 5/21/2015
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OHSU strives to cut Oregon?s melanoma diagnoses in half

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  • Andy Tullis / The Bulletin ShanRae Hawkins, a melanoma survivor, stands outside her home in Tumalo last week. After letting her doctor know of a new mole, it was discovered Hawkins had skin cancer. Because of the early detection, the cancer did not spread.
  • 5/14/2015
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Veteran?s best friend: Post-traumatic stress therapy, ?or another stressor?

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  • 5/11/2015
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Master strokes

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  • Janet Gettling credits her competitive nature and the support she gets from the Central Oregon Masters Aquatics group for her continued drive to swim. Here, she?s shown swimming laps at practice.
  • 5/11/2015
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Her real office? Out in the community

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  • Meg Roussos Elva Lopez, a community health worker, right, works with a patient, Lynda Smith, of Bend, at Mosaic Medical in Bend. Lopez has been with Mosaic since 2002. ?We love what we do. This is our calling,? she says.
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Health care providers strive to honor end-of-life wishes

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  • Andy Tullis / The Bulletin St. Charles Advanced Illness Management Clinical Director, Dr. Laura Mavity, right, talks with Rev. Scott Johnson, a chaplain at St. Charles, about their work with patients, at St. Charles Bend Thursday afternoon.
  • 5/7/2015
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Highest rate?of teen pregnancy in Jefferson County

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  • 5/5/2015
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Local, state vaccine exemption rates drop

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  • 5/5/2015
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