The Spokane Shriners Hospital for children now has an expert orthopedic team here in the Tri-Cities.
Currently in Kennewick
(NBC News) A new study finds that physical activity in many youth dance programs is quite low: just a third of class time on average.
(KSL) Elise Wright acts just like any other 8-year-old girl. She likes to jump rope and play with her siblings, but she is a little different. She was born with an underdeveloped left hand. Read More.
(NBC News) The American Academy of Dermatology calls today "Melanoma Monday" to raise awareness for skin cancer.If there's one place that's left exposed to the sun's UV rays when applying sunscreen, it's the back.
(NBC News) In the late 1990s a British researcher published a paper linking autism to the measles, mumps and rubella or "MMR" vaccine.That paper was later found to be fraudulent; the researcher was discredited and stripped of his medical license.Still, the frightening idea stuck in parents' heads and many still worry, despite more than a dozen other studies debunking any link between autism and vaccines.Now another major study has found the vaccine doesn't trigger autism."There is no increase...
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The Benton Franklin Health District urges people to get vaccinated for measles to prevent getting it and possibly spreading it to others.
The Washington Agriculture Department has lifted a quarantine that restricted the movement of eggs, poultry and poultry products in parts of southeast Washington after avian flu was found in two Benton County backyard flocks in December.
The state Supreme Court has upheld a lower court's ruling that says that damages to be paid to part-time state employees who were wrongfully denied health benefits has to take into account more than just actual out-of-pocket costs.
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