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    Angina: What You Need To Know

    Jan 31, 2024

    Chest pain should never be ignored, but not all chest pain is associated with heart attacks. Dr. Marek Janout, Cardiologist at Palouse Heart Center, explains what angina is, how it’s treated, and what people who experience angina symptoms should do.

    Asking for a Friend: Urinary Tract Infections

    Jan 31, 2024

    Urinary tract infections (UTIs) are a common affliction, affecting both women and men—although they are more prevalent in women. Unfortunately, many people feel uncomfortable broaching concerns surrounding their urinary health with their primary...

    Baby's First Bites: 4 Questions about Introducing Solid Foods

    Jan 17, 2024

    The journey of introducing solid foods to your baby can be both exciting and nerve-racking. As a parent, you may question whether your child receives the nutrition they need. To put you at ease, Dr. MacKenzie Rinaldi, pediatrician with Palouse...

    Reducing the Appearance of Post-Surgery Scarring with Massage Therapy

    Jan 15, 2024

    A concern for many patients after learning they need major surgery is around what scarring will look like. Massage therapy can help remodel scar tissue post-surgery to reduce the visibility and appearance of surgical scars. Tyne Gray, Licensed...

    First Trimester Nutrition: Combating Morning Sickness

    Dec 28, 2023

    Anyone who has experienced morning sickness knows it doesn’t always just stick to mornings. With nutrition being such an important component of pregnancy, it can be difficult to focus on when you’re struggling with nausea and food aversions at all...

    What Happens in the PACU?

    Dec 27, 2023

    Experiencing a surgical procedure and receiving anesthesia medication can cause quite a shock to the body. After surgery, most patients visit the PACU for monitoring and assessment. David Rees, Certified Registered Nurse Anesthetist with Pullman...