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Treva Lind
Treva Lind (509) 459-5439

Treva Lind joined The Spokesman-Review in 2016, after 12 years working as a correspondent. She is a reporter for Features covering aging and family issues.

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News >  Health
Nov. 25, 2020, 1 p.m.
The Medication Education & Disposal Project has launched a statewide program to offer free services to dispose of expired, unwanted and unused medicines. MED-Project is the Washington State Department of Health's approved program operator. MED-Project has activated about 150 additional drop-off sites.

News >  Features
Nov. 25, 2020, 4 a.m.
This is a year for many firsts, and add to the list a high number of inaugural encounters in cooking a turkey along with other holiday staples. You know – those traditional dishes enjoyed over at the house of family or friends, and perhaps you bring the rolls. Except this year. Many Americans will stay home because of pandemic concerns.

News >  Features
Nov. 19, 2020, 4 a.m.
Many of us have joked about "Quarantine 15," a phrase for those extra pounds gained during pandemic life spent mostly at home. It's a stress-induced reality for many, say fitness and weight-loss experts, but they offer several ideas to get back on track. For many, it's a fallout from disrupted routines, stress and lack of access to gyms.

News >  Features
Nov. 16, 2020, 4 a.m.
Some Spokane residents still plan a trip to see relatives for the holidays, while others have decided this year to stay home amid travel hassles, coronavirus fears or as a precaution for an at-risk family member. Overall, most U.S. holiday travel is more likely to be by car and at a much lower rate. Travelers and AAA offer ideas on how to stay safe.