People without health insurance may find something more than new shoes or clothing at their local shopping mall this weekend.
The number of students falling sick from the Flu in the Spokane Public Schools is higher than usual.
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About 700 chickens, turkeys, ducks and guinea fowl in two backyard flocks were affected by the outbreak earlier this month.
Louisiana Senator David Vitter wants to support legislation that would help people that are fighting diseases like ALS.
The Washington state Department of Health says an outbreak of listeria that has killed one person originated from a Yakima cheese maker.
The CDC now says this year's flu vaccine is even less effective than expected--only 23 percent.
By now, the Chincoteague man's only child is so ill, there's only a 1 in 3 chance she'll survive, some estimate.
Today's high deductible health plans mean a simple ER Visit, for a cut or a cough, can cost nearly a thousand dollars.
911 dispatchers used text messages to communicate with a suicidal woman who was refusing to pick up her phone.
Scientists at WSU Spokane discovered a brain-specific protein, called AcPB, that aids in recovery from the flu.
The Inland Northwest blood center needs your help, especially those with Type-O blood.
The venom attaches to tumor cells and not the useful cells.
The program started Thursday at Walgreens locations in Spokane and will be available during regular pharmacy hours with no appointment needed.
The outbreak is centered around women age 20-29.
As for the new ambulance policy, Dr. Morris said it was created in an effort to see veterans who have been waiting first.
In eight tweets Steve Gleason summed up his latest campaign---a fight to keep technology in the hands of ALS patients.
Healthplanfinder CEO Richard Onizuka blames the IT vendor, Deloitte, for running an automated cancellation process Monday night.
WSU is pursuing its own medical school that aims to put more students in rural areas for a longer period of time.
A local dancer has not let being diagnosed with Type 1 Diabetes hold her back from dancing.