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  • Summit School students show lots of heart for nonprofit

    At Summit School, students were inspired by classroom work to raise money for the American Heart Association. For the past couple of months, seventh- and eighth-graders studied the respiratory and …


  • Health scare became motivation to help others

    What was supposed to be an ordinary practice swim for Julie Pannell changed her life. Pannell was training for a triathlon in November 2010. She was getting out of a …


  • Laughing at heart disease

    It was on the comedy circuit, including its grind of 500-mile drives followed by shows followed by 500-mile drives, that Kay Frances most heavily abused alcohol and drugs. “I wasn’t …


  • Heart Walk raises funds, awareness about disease

    Most people don’t notice their hearts when they walk up a flight of stairs or run across a yard, taking each steady beat for granted. But for heart disease survivors …


  • Go Red luncheon is all about heart

    Three years ago, when Corinne Kubena had a heart attack at age 23, she didn’t recognize the symptoms, although she’d known for years something wasn’t right with her body. “I …


  • Jiffy Lubes raise $30,000 for Heart Association

    Spokane-area Jiffy Lube service centers raised more than $30,000 for the American Heart Association’s Go Red For Women Movement, during a six-week fundraising campaign that just ended. Nationally, Jiffy Lube …

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