Your favorite Doctor's office magazine hasn't always been perfect. Check out the issues with these issues.
By Shawn Garrett December 16, 2011 230 views More Info
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Published December 16, 2011

March 1997

While attempting to appease to a higher class of audience, the March 1997 issue included a children's version of the execution of Lady Jane Grey.

June 1991

"Children respect honesty," says former Highlights publisher Steven Chow. "But crickets can't talk either, so I don't know what we were thinking."

January 2005

An apparent attempt to become topical in January 2005.

October 2000

A rare example of product placement from the October 2000 issue.

February 1986

The infamous Goofus & Gallant from February 1986.