A local chiropractor’s office has a new provider.
Local diabetes patients are invited to a free workshop next month.
PMH Medical Center’s Board of Directors will consider approving clinic privileges for several providers when they meet at 7 p.m. this Thursday.
The constant juggle of work, family and other responsibilities can cause anybody to feel stressed.
Symptoms can disrupt quality of life
Allergy symptoms can lead to a major disruption in quality of life.
“Wind is the mother of 10,000 illnesses” – Chinese proverb
When you are the only practicing acupuncturist between Tri-cities and Yakima, you tend to treat a lot of ailments as John F. Moore has discovered during his four years at Thompson Chiropractic.
A youngster’s close call is prompting a warning from the Benton-Franklin Health District.
Program to be offered twice this week
Children and their parents are invited to “Taste the Rainbow” during a two-day emphasis on healthy eating.
Cancer rates on the rise for young patients
A new report on the rising rates of colorectal cancer among young people is sparking concern and action on what to do to prevent the deadly disease.
Local children are obtaining alcohol from stores at a higher rate than the rest of the state.
Agency finds Camp LeJeune veterans at risk for diseases
The local American Legion post is seeking veterans who may have been exposed to contaminated water at Camp LeJeune.
A Benton County health provider had her status updated this month.
The United States Attorney’s Office for the Eastern District of Washington announced a settlement agreement with Dr. Romeo Pavlic and various companies he owns.
Dr. James Hazel, an orthopaedic surgeon, has joined the team at PMH Surgical Group.
The local hospital may sell a clinic building in Grandview.