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Pandemic hits female workforce most profoundly

A dearth of child care options and a high ratio of women in industries affected most by pandemic-related restrictions are contributing to a disproportionate share of women leaving the workforce, some employment observers here say. ...

Q&A with Team Pilates’ Angelie Melzer

Angelie Melzer, owner of Team Pilates Barre & Yoga, says her life was forever changed by Pilates. ...

Kingsford Physical Therapy opens in Liberty Lake

Braiden Kingsford, a Liberty Lake-based physical therapist, has opened Kingsford Physical Therapy...

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A bad year for good sleep

It’s a bad year for good sleep. Dr. Don Howard says many people are struggling with sleep ...

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Teletherapy’s popularity declines in era of isolation

While telemedicine services treating the body are increasing in popularity, isolation and the desire...

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YWCA Spokane launches One Mission campaign

YWCA Spokane launched its One Mission Campaign in September with the goal of raising $275,000 to support services that provide resources to survivors of domestic violence....

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New colleagues step into deanships together at WSU

After spending more than the past two decades with their previous employers, Mary Koithan and Mark Leid each saw an ideal opportunity when they accepted their positions as deans at Washington State University’s Health Sciences Spokane campus....

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A surgical approach to medical school design

A behind-the-scenes look at the mechanical and engineering systems of the planned new medical school in Spokane shows the nerve center of the building promises to be as intricate as the human physiology that will be studied within its walls. ...

Northwest Specialty Hospital, Idaho Falls group form alliance

Northwest Specialty Hospital, of Post Falls, and Mountain View Hospital, of Idaho Falls, say they’ve established a new ownership structure that will allow Northwest Specialty to remain physician owned and operated....

Selkirk Pharma secures another $12 million in capital

Spokane-based injectable-drug manufacturing and packaging startup Selkirk Pharma Inc. has raised more than $12 million in financing. Separately, Selkirk Pharma has shifted slightly its site for a 147,000-square-foot aseptic manufacturing, warehouse...

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