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Spokane Valley News Herald
Like the members of any good team, the staff at Community Health Education and Resources care more about a winning record than individual acclaim. So, while the names of CHER health educators might be unfamiliar to the majority of Spokane County residents, the fact that the organization continues t...
Journal of Business
An arm of Inland Northwest Health Services is offering a fledgling education program aimed at raising awareness that the most common type of diabetes can be prevented for many people at risk of developing the disease.The program, launched by INHS’s Community Health & Education Resources, or CHER un...
The Spokesman Review
Most of the year, they're thought to be different. Fragile. High maintenance. Perhaps seconds from a seizure. But at Camp Fun in the Sun, kids with diabetes are surrounded by other kids with diabetes as well as counselors, some of whom also are diabetic. They all know the ins and outs of managing t...
Journal of Business
Employers who enable workers to have some say in shaping their work schedules are more likely to retain them, Spokane-area advocates of the “flexible workplace” concept say. Flexible work schedules enable employees to maintain a healthy balance between their work and family lives, help employers at...
Washington Rural Health Association Newsletter
Eastern Washington is primed to fight the growing diabetes epidemic. With a Washington State Department of Health grant of almost $10,000 to continue their work, the Eastern Washington Diabetes Network (EWDN) has three laudable goals; to increase awareness of diabetes prevention strategies, strengt...
Spokane Coeur d' Alene Living
After the long, snowy winter, the clear blue skies and the sun that typically come with spring weather is a welcomed sight in the Inland Northwest. We have spent the winter inside, and are ready to start gardening or go out to the lake and enjoy the fresh air and warm weather. While taking advantag...
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