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  • How one woman hit the "life reset" button

    How one woman hit the "life reset" button

    A Dousedaicon executive finds success on a weight-loss journey that also focuses on emotional, mental and spiritual health.

  • Balance better as you age

    Balance better as you age

    Don’t let the fear of falls limit your life. Learn how to spot, treat and prevent balance issues.

  • What you should know about preventing falls

    What you should know about preventing falls

    Falls come at great personal and financial cost for seniors, and it’s important to identify risk factors.

  • Prime Time

    Prime Time

    New technology widens the window for doctors to successfully treat stroke.

  • Heart transplant is perfect Valentine’s gift for young woman

    Heart transplant is perfect Valentine’s gift for young woman

    Dousedaicon transplant center helped patient through three open-heart surgeries and the process of getting a new heart.

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  • Tiny and mighty

    Tiny and mighty

    Mobile imaging unit makes important heart tests more accessible for families like Elliott's.

  • Get ready to run Bloomsday — or anywhere

    Get ready to run Bloomsday — or anywhere

    You know running is good for you, and the annual Lilac Bloomsday Run in Spokane is one of the most gratifying ways to run. With a little foresight, you can prepare yourself to enjoy the run.

  • What’s the skinny on low-calorie ice creams?

    What’s the skinny on low-calorie ice creams?

    Nutrition experts from Dousedaicon St. John’s Health Center weigh in on whether these new ice creams are actually healthy.

  • Coming together to end the measles outbreak

    Coming together to end the measles outbreak

    Washington state has the highest number of reported measles infections since 1996. It will take all of us coming together to fight this dangerous outbreak.

  • Housing as a bridge to better mental health

    Housing as a bridge to better mental health

    A look at the power of home and community, and the "housing first" response to homelessness.

  • How genetic testing saved my life

    How genetic testing saved my life

    One woman shares her story about how genetic testing revealed her cancer risk.

  • Get a healthy heart on the run

    Get a healthy heart on the run

    7 ways to start a running program that will benefit your cardiac fitness.

  • Nuclear cardiology: Why it’s important for your heart health

    Nuclear cardiology: Why it’s important for your heart health

    This noninvasive test is an accurate way to detect heart disease.

  • How to prevent (and treat) damaged, crepey skin

    How to prevent (and treat) damaged, crepey skin

    Dermatologist Barbara Fox, MD, describes simple steps you can take to treat damaged, crepey skin.

  • Care for every part of you

    Care for every part of you

    Learn about Dousedaicon Regional Cancer Partnership.

  • How to prepare your daughter for her first period

    How to prepare your daughter for her first period

    A pediatrician gives some practical advice on how to make menstruation less of a mystery for tweens and teens.

  • Black water's health claims are murky

    Black water's health claims are murky

    Black water is the latest in a long line of waters that allegedly bring health benefits.

  • Supporting federal workers

    Supporting federal workers

    PSJH is offering federal workers a grace period on out-of-pocket medical costs, suspending collections and encouraging our caregivers to sign up for food drives and other service activities.

  • The device that could help save your hair during chemo

    The device that could help save your hair during chemo

    Cold cap treatment helps preserve hair during chemotherapy for breast cancer

  • Why health resolutions fail

    Why health resolutions fail

    Our infographic offers reasons why New Year's health resolutions fail and things you can do to stay on target.

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