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  • Doctor’s note now needed for disabled parking privileges

    A state law seeking to crack down on abusers of disabled parking privileges will require eligible Spokane drivers to visit a doctor before visiting the licensing office. Those seeking a …


  • On Your Health’s Paster comes to Spokane

    Public radio’s renowned family doctor, Zorba Paster, visits Spokane on Thursday to talk about living a longer, sweeter life while answering audience questions about their personal health conundrums. But the …


  • Philadelphia abortion trial nears closing arguments

    A Philadelphia jury won’t hear from an abortion provider before they weigh charges he killed a woman and four babies. Dr. Kermit Gosnell has decided not to testify or call …


  • Case against dermatologist dropped

    State health officials have withdrawn drug charges against Spokane dermatologist Dr. William P. Werschler. The move effectively clears Werschler of wrongdoing. “The evidence just wasn’t there” said Bill Etter, the …


  • Valley physician closes hormone therapy practice

    Dr. Cheryle Hart has closed her hormone therapy practice. The Spokane Valley physician ran Hormones by Hart and recruited thousands of women to attend her seminars across several states. Her …

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