Here at InHealth, we’ve been working for the last couple of months on a revamp of the Inland Northwest’s only healthy living magazine. Finally, here it is!
For starters, you may notice our logo has a new look. We’re proud to be a part of The Inlander, and we wanted to make that clear. That “IN” you see is shared between InHealth and The Inlander. You’ll also notice our publishing schedule has changed: This February-March issue is our fi rst of 2013, and we’ll continue to have issues every other month. But you can keep up with the latest local health news any time at our InHealth Facebook page.
I’m excited about our new section, CHECK-IN, a roundup of health-related news and tips from community experts. We’ve even added a puzzle page! I hope you’ll keep my inbox full of suggestions for this forum. While we always try to o er a good variety of stories, now we’ll publish two longer, more in-depth stories in each issue — one to lead o our LIVING section and one in NEWS.
I’d like to send out a special thanks to Inlander Editor Jacob Fries and Art Director Chris Bovey for all the creative energy they’ve put into this project. In the end, journalism is all about connecting people with information — whether it’s news that affects your personal health care decisions, inspires you to try something new, broadens your awareness or just makes you proud to live in the Inland Northwest. And we take that responsibility seriously.
To your health!