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    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...

    What are Braxton Hicks Contractions?

    Sep 25, 2023

    Braxton Hicks contractions aren’t an indication of labor- so what are they? Do all expecting mothers experience these pre-labor contractions? Why do they occur? Dr. Molly Thompson, Family Medicine and OB Physician at Pullman Regional Hospital’s...

    Embracing Inclusivity: LGBTQIA+ Healthcare on the Palouse

    Jun 15, 2023

    In recent years, there has been increasing recognition of the importance of providing inclusive healthcare services that cater to the specific needs of LGBTQIA+ (lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, queer and/or questioning, intersex,...

    8 Ways to Be Healthy and Active on the Palouse: A Guide for Families

    Jun 8, 2023

    Living on the Palouse provides an incredible opportunity for families to adopt and maintain a healthy and active lifestyle. The Palouse offers many outdoor activities, community resources, and a supportive environment for families to thrive. Here...

    Gun Safety: A Primary Care Providers Role in Protecting Children and Teens

    Mar 15, 2023

    Regardless of age, there are many topics to discuss during a child's wellness visit. One of those topics is sometimes an uncomfortable one to cover: gun safety and firearm-related risks.

    Family Medicine Residency Program: Training the Next Generation of Physicians

    Feb 16, 2023

    There is a critical need for family medicine physicians nationwide. The state of Washington is no exception. In rural areas, such as eastern Washington, it’s one of the most difficult fields of medicine to recruit and retain physicians.