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Washington’s health insurance exchange is cutting in half a fee charged to insurers, a move that could knock a few dollars off the cost of individual health premiums.
Singer Huey Lewis put Ménière’s disease into the spotlight as it impacts hearing loss, when last week he announced the cancellation of his 2018 tour, including a stop at Northern Quest Resort and Casino.
When people have less stress, they sleep better, feel better and wake up refreshed.
David Benko’s National Neon Sign Museum is finally ready to open its doors to the public.
Teens often turn to their peers when thoughts of suicide cross their minds, but everyone has a role to play. Here are some of the warning signs to look out for, and ways you can play a positive role.
The students and administrators at NC are harnessing an underutilized dynamic – the power of students talking to students – in a new suicide-prevention effort.
An Apple Watch may have helped save a Kansas woman’s life by alerting her to her rapid heartbeat.
As spring unfolds in my garden, I’m treated to dozens of delightful surprises in the form of spring-blooming bulbs. These flowers are my reward for making it through what has seemed like the longest winter of my life.
Buying a home is an exciting milestone, but afterward you’re responsible for maintenance. You no longer have a landlord to fix that running toilet or leaky faucet.
There is no shortage of in memoria for the passing of the physicist Stephen Hawking, who died March 14 in his home in Cambridge, England, at age 76.
Many doctors recommend them, but fish oil supplements failed to help people with dry eye when put to a scientific test.
Here’s some sobering news: A large international study says adults should average no more than one alcoholic drink per day, and that means drinking guidelines in many countries may be far too loose.
We are only two months out from strawberry season. By the middle of June, plants will be heavy with fruit begging for a bowl and some fresh cream.
“The Opioid Epidemic” will be presented April 19 by Dr. David Tauben, pain medicine expert and University of Washington School of Medicine professor
On Wednesday, Spokane participated in Tranquil Terminus, a drill to test a nationwide system. It’s the first federal exercise to simulate moving multiple patients with highly infectious diseases around the country.
If you eat a diet full of a wide variety of fruits and vegetables as well as with mostly plant-based protein sources, chances are that you don’t need vitamin supplementation. However, there are instances where a vitamin supplement is likely to be in order along with a healthy diet.
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If you see medical providers in space suits swarming Spokane International Airport on Wednesday, don’t panic. It’s just a drill.
The results come from an extension of a big study of Chantix and Zyban that earlier found no increased risks for severe psychiatric problems including suicidal behavior. Those findings were reported in 2016.
Let’s move on.
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