KSPS-TV moderator Teresa Lukens hosts a live call-in program addressing a specific illness and/or health concern, featuring local physicians, patients, and caregivers who share their experiences and expertise. We hope to help improve the quality of life through exploration of better medical care and health alternatives.
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Allergy issues, from pollen to pets to peanuts are explored by a panel of MD's.
When is a stomach ache a sign of something more?
Cardiologist offer advice on how to stay out of their office!
Anxiety, depression, suicide and PTSD are discussed by mental health experts
Arthritis, in its 100 different forms is the leading cause of disability in the US
Cooking and conversation about food/exercise options around the holidays.
Washington State's Health Benefit Exchange is explained.
Healthy habits begin at home, with the mantra Eat, Move and Learn.
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Lifelong allergies hasn't slowed down Theresa DeWit of Coeur D'Alene
A Stem Cell transplant gets a Spokane cop back on the street.
Spokane moms are finding creative ways to connect and share
A collaborative classroom at EWU impacting educators, counselors, and families.
A new Spokane bakery offering vegan and gluten free menu options
Music therapy for people with Parkinson's
Families, friends and caregivers enjoy a day of rafting on the Clark Fork River.
Tricks to get kids to eat their fruits and vegetables.
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Heart disease is the number one cause of death for both men and women in North America
A look at the "Big C", from diagnosis to the latest treatments.
February 2013 -Explore the journey from pregnancy to toddler.
Explanations and advice from our expert panel.
MAY 26, 11am Common cures, new treatments, and painkiller addiction.
High-Tech Help for the Disabled
What happens next in healthcare reform?
Fun ways to stay fit, from Zumba to "Sit and Be Fit".