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  • Find calm through cancer with reiki

    Nancy Curtis’ first chemotherapy treatment at Spokane Valley Cancer Center was Halloween 2013. Terrified and anxious, she sat waiting for the needle, infusion of chemicals and the unknown. Then a …

  • Speak to doctor when choosing complementary medical provider

    Jake McBurns uses the Rolf method of structural integration to release tension and make people move better. With his clients standing or resting on a table or bench in his …

  • Saving Sammy

    Two major transitional moments stand out when I think of my 17-year old dog Sammy, or Pup, which is what all who knew him well called him.

  • Eye on Boise: Cigarette tax hike quickly stubbed out

    BOISE – When a proposed $1.25-per- pack cigarette tax increase was rejected by a House committee last week – the panel refused to introduce the bill or allow a hearing …

  • Reiki spells relief

    On an old leather couch in the reception area of a local women’s shelter, Marilee K. Campbell experiences an ancient form of healing. “It mellows me out,” she says, breathing …

  • ‘Tailoring’ the muscles

    The effects of Rolfing didn’t really sink in until the day after my second session. It was late afternoon, and I was walking between lunch errands. I’d been walking for …

  • Massage family uses friction to relieve pain

    It started with numbness, tingling, and pain from the elbow down the arm to the hand. The patient was a potter who could not throw vessels because the pain had …



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