Food: Friends or Foes?

Nutritional recommendations may be a lot less certain than we think
The potato industry recently scored a big victory, in what sounds at first like a familiar story of Big Ag winning out over public health. Eight years ago, over allegations of insufficient nutritional value, potatoes were excluded from a government program that helps pregnant women and young children improve their diets.

Choice Principal

Why Rogers High School's Lori Wyborney was named Washington's 2015 High School Principal of the Year
The chaotic din of hundreds of ninth and 10th graders fills the cafeteria at Rogers High School. Kids gossip back and forth, swipe through the latest social networking apps and chug cartons of chocolate milk.

Noises in the Night

Uncovering the mysteries of "exploding head syndrome"
Slow and steady breathing. Eyes heavy and gritty.

Breaking Out of Addiction

Teen girls find hope at Daybreak Youth Services
Cierra Alvarado was 14 years old when her boyfriend offered her meth for the first time. Three years later, she's in residential drug treatment at Spokane's Daybreak Youth Services.


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