Unregulated, lucrative — and risky

Housing affects health outcomes

Tips on bike and foot commuting to school

Best of the wurst


Thank ‘SuperDave’ for diverse Bend race scene

Tips: How to stretch the right way


4 pairs of boots to keep your dog’s paws safe

Photo: Paddlboarding on Cultus Lake

Humans are born with nearly 300 bones, but most adults have around 206


Quiz: Home health remedies

Essay: Discovering healthcare advocacy

The risk of being born at home


In Central Oregon, Latinos struggle with health care access

7 options for water purification on the go

Profile: Laurenne Ross

Get ready for the Tour des Chutes

These apps will help you get outdoors

Personal essay: The whole tooth

Feature | Keyword

Eat safe this summer


Kid snack face-off


Doctor attire affects germ transmission

Updates since we last reported

Letters from readers

HIV: Progress made and lost


Therapy helps ease autism


CrossFit body and mind


Art therapy helps heal


Earbuds geared for sport


Milk alternatives vary


Medical research quiz


Ski/snowboard swap


When to get a second opinion


Haunted by a blood test


Updates


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Pulse Magazine Summer/Fall 2014

10:55 am | 08/14/14


Homeless, How housing affect care; SuperDave, Bend race guru leaves a big footprint; Dogs in boots, Your guide to protective booties; Inside the lucrative, barely regulated world of dietary supplements; More kids are skipping the bus an riding or walking to school. How to stay safe.