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August 19 2015     INHS Community Wellness, a centralized resource for public and professional health education, screenings, intervention...

June 10, 2014 SPOKANE, Wash. — 85210. Know those numbers and join the Step UP & Go movement Thursday, June 12 for better health with five simple habits for home, work, school and the community for...

Debbie Belknap, RN and diabetes educator with INHS Community Wellness, was awarded the Washington State Diabetes Educator of the Year award last week, from the American Association of Diabetes Educators

health@work, a comprehensive health, wellness and productivity program developed by Inland Northwest Health Services (INHS), has met the American Heart Association’s criteria and earned the 20

Organizations Collaborate to Help Encourage Safe Sun Exposure

The Will Rogers Institute announced today that it has awarded a $44,832 grant to Sacred Heart Children’s Foundation and $12,000 to the Inland Northwest Health Services (INHS) Foundation.

The Community Health Education and Resource (CHER) Diabetes Education Center welcomes new Medical Director, Dr. Colleen R. Carey.

Diabetes has become an epidemic across the United States, but with education and lifestyle modification people with diabetes can lead healthy, happy lives. That is the message of the CHER Diabetes Education Center, encouraging people

The CHER Diabetes Education Center has been awarded continued recognition from the American Diabetes Association (ADA) for offering high quality education services to patients, one of only two programs in the region to receive this

St. Luke’s Rehabilitation Institute and Community Health Education and Resources (CHER), services of Inland Northwest Health Services, will be offering free stroke screenings.

Diabetes, the fastest-growing disease in history and America’s silent killer, was the topic of the Oprah Winfrey show that aired on Thursday. Dr. Oz, a heart surgeon interviewed by Oprah, explained the severity of the disease specifically highlighting how diabetes “is preventable, treatable, even reversible.” Community Health Education Resources (CHER) will be providing free blood glucose screenings beginning Monday, February 8th and host a “Know Your Healthy Numbers Screening” event on February 13 from 8 a.m. to 12 p.m.

Laurie Payne and Debbie Belknap, certified diabetes educators with the CHER Diabetes Education Center, were recently elected to the Washington Association of Diabetes Educators (WADE) Board as co chair and nominating committee, respectively. WADE is

In the fight to control diabetes and the many health complications it can cause, education is a key tool to help patients lead healthy lives. In rural communities, however, this essential education can be difficult

Community Health Education and Resources (CHER), a service of Inland Northwest Health Services, is currently collecting new and gently used baby items for their annual Community Baby Shower. This year’s event will be held on

Association of Washington Business honored 31 businesses and non profit organizations Tuesday night for outstanding efforts in community service during its annual Spring Board

Increased availability for low income children to attend Kitchen Safety and Cooking Basics Course. Cooking can be a fun hobby, and for many kids learning to cook and use various kitchen appliances is a right

Putting together a well balanced meal can be difficult for anyone, especially for 10 15 year olds. Fortunately, Community Health Education and Resources (CHER), a service of Inland Northwest Health Services, will be

Community Health Education and Resources (CHER), a service of Inland Northwest Health Services, will be hosting a three part series, “Understanding Cancer,” beginning on Thursday, October 9, 2008 from 6 30 8 00

Community Health Education and Resources (CHER), a service of Inland Northwest Health Services, will be offering free screenings for heart health. These screenings will include total cholesterol, blood pressure, blood glucose, and body mass index body

New adventures await children of all ages with diabetes at Camp Fun in the Sun. Activities include canoeing, mountain biking, arts and crafts, swimming, hiking, fishing, camp fires, games and more at Twinlow Camp, just north of Rathdrum, Idaho.

Community Health Education and Resources (CHER) will be offering no charge parenting courses to several rural communities throughout eastern Washington, providing soon to be and new parents with the information and skills they need to give

Community Health Education and Resources (CHER) will be celebrating the conclusion of National Eating Disorder Awareness Week and the “Be Comfortable in Your Genes” campaign to raise awareness about eating disorders through a community event

CHER provides information to support healthy lifestyleSpokaneWA2008 02 11Community Health Education Resources (CHER) is encouraging the Spokane community to not fight your genes, but to be healthy by making good lifestyle choices by hosting the Be Comfortable in

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