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WEDNESDAYLupus Support Group — 5-6 p.m. For new location information call Peggy at 541-229-0439.

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Aviva Health will continue dental services in Myrtle Creek after Dr. Mike Shirtcliff, the founder of Advantage Dental and South Umpqua Integrated Health agreed to sell his Myrtle Creek dental office to a Myrtle Creek man who is an Aviva Health board member.

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The Roseburg Family Medicine Residency program has been quietly moving ahead with plans to begin a program in July that would prepare eight physicians each year to become board-certified family medicine doctors.

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TODAYOvereaters Anonymous — 5 p.m., United Methodist Church Room 12, 1771 W. Harvard Ave., Roseburg. 541-671-0008.

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TODAYOvereaters Anonymous — 5 p.m., United Methodist Church Room 12, 1771 W. Harvard Ave., Roseburg. 541-671-0008.

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It’s a chilly December morning as Teresa O’Sullivan pulls into the Dutch Bros. coffee kiosk on Northeast Garden Valley Boulevard, the barista greets her by name and starts on her order — Golden Eagle, super hot — before she can get a word out.

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WINSTON — Usually when a business moves from location to location in just a few years, it’s a sign that things aren’t going so well. The opposite is true for Pacific Fitness in Winston, which is about to embark on its fourth move since it opened in 2011.

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The new medical boutique spa in Roseburg, Mei Rai, smells like eucalyptus and has a sparkling-clean modern interior.

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Our skeletal system is an engineering marvel. This scaffolding of 206 bones provides support – without rib cages, the lungs would collapse. When combined with muscles, ligaments, and joints, our skeleton enables us to move. It also provides protection for our vital internal organs, blood cel…

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With the opioid epidemic raging on in Douglas County, public health officials decided to organize a summit to address the problems surrounding opioid addiction and chronic pain, and how the community is working together to combat the epidemic.

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Editor’s note: This content is brought to you by the Travel Leaders / Fly Away Travel agency.

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Even though flu season might be off to a slow start this year, when it does arrive, Douglas County public health officials said this year’s vaccine should provide effective protection.

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With school back in session, cold and flu season is already starting to affect people in our area. Though influenza is active throughout the entire year, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention says activity begins increasing in October.

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Editor’s Note: We sought out a local health expert at one of the places parents can often, and not so willingly, find themselves during the dreaded cold and flu season. Soak in these helpful tips shared from Jennifer Bodenhamer, doctor of osteopathic medicine and emergency medicine physician…

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Even though it seems like summer has just started, many athletic programs are already preparing for fall sports. Recreational activities can help students develop long-term health habits, build self esteem and help advance teamwork skills.