Keeping the Faith

Mable Dunbar founded a local nonprofit that focuses on supporting Christian victims of domestic violence
Helping other women heal has long been Mable Dunbar's calling. As the founder of the Spokane-based nonprofit Women's Healing and Empowerment Network (WHEN), Dunbar has over the years supported hundreds of women trying to break free from the cycle of domestic violence and abuse.

Soup, Glorious Soup

Step aside, juicing: Soup is the new way to pack nutrients into your meals
Without a doubt, a hot bowl of soup comforts and warms us when the weather is less than optimal. But even more than being an inexpensive and quick option for meals, soup can help meet important health goals without sacrificing flavor or variety.

Gaming Strategy

Help for kids who can't seem to shake video gaming
Over the years she's worked specifically with people addicted to digital technology, Cosette Rae, a social worker, has noticed a troubling pattern. In the hundreds of calls answered daily at reSTART, the technology addiction center near Seattle she helped start in 2009, the people seeking help keep getting younger.

Rub-on Pain Relief

Topical CBD offers relief users swear by
Step aside, Ben-Gay. Move on, Arnica gel.

Under Pressure

Is your blood pressure silently sabotaging your health?
Two years ago, Mark Lanz, a 65-year-old Vietnam veteran from Spokane, was diagnosed with high blood pressure.

A Heart-to-Heart with Amy Doneen

Meet the co-author of Beat the Heart Attack Gene
"A lot of people wonder how that could have happened to Princess Leia?' says Amy Doneen. "Why did Tim Russert have a stress test and die a week later?" asks the medical director of the Heart Attack & Stroke Prevention center and adjunct professor at Texas Tech Health Sciences Center.


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Alton Brown Live: Eat Your Science

Alton Brown Live: Eat Your Science @ INB Performing Arts Center

Wed., March 29, 7:30 p.m.

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