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    Emergency Rooms Myths: Debunked

    Mar 17, 2024

    Determining if you, or someone you love, needs emergency medical care can be a highly emotional experience and can lead to lots of questions. What if I don’t have health insurance? Should I call an ambulance? Why is that person being seen before me?...

    Managing Fever in Children: A Guide for Parents

    Mar 11, 2024

    When your child has a fever, it can be a cause for concern. Dr. Methuel Gordon, Pediatrician at Palouse Pediatrics, answers common questions about fevers and offers practical tips on managing a fever at home.

    What is a Stress Fracture?

    Mar 6, 2024

    Stress fractures are a common affliction. While they’re especially prevalent in athletes and sports enthusiasts, stress fractures can happen to anyone. Dr. Jesse Shaw, Sports Medicine Physician with Pullman Regional Hospital, shares helpful...

    Do I need Orthotics or Inserts?

    Feb 22, 2024

    A quick Google search for ‘shoe inserts’ brings up over 355,000,000 results for products that promise all sorts of benefits and features, like memory foam insoles, shock absorption, fatigue prevention, foot strain management, and much more. But who...

    What Happens When You Faint?

    Feb 7, 2024

    A fainting spell can be a frightening experience, especially if it’s never happened before. What might cause such an episode? Is it a sign of worse things to come? Dr. Garrett Luettgen, Emergency Medicine Physician at Pullman Regional Hospital's...

    Growing Strong Hearts: A Guide to Promoting heart Health in Children

    Feb 2, 2024

    A healthy heart is obviously an important part of your child's overall well-being. Just like for adults, good and bad things affect your child's heart health. In this guide, Dr. Mike Frostad, pediatrician at Palouse Pediatrics, provides insight into...