School Do's

Parenting: Academic success begins outside the classroom
Ready for school? As the summer winds down, colorful supplies and new clothes may dominate kids' thoughts as they prepare to embark on the school year.

Where There's a Bill...There's a Way

The Empowered Patient: How to make sure your hospital bill is fair and accurate — and avoid overpaying
George Stumph is one of the lucky ones. After surgical procedures to his hip and shoulder last year, he didn't have to worry about checking the hospital bills.

The Ripple Effect

Education: WSU looks to take full advantage of the new medical school opening in Spokane
The second public medical school in the state of Washington isn't ready for students quite yet, but researchers from across the university's other colleges are already working to build partnerships with the new addition. Washington State University recently announced the allocation of $30 million for joint research initiatives, at least $5 million of which will include contributions for the brand-new Elson S. Floyd College of Medicine in Spokane.

House Calls

Innovation: Get health care in the comfort of your own home, or practically anywhere else
Let's say you're at home sitting on the couch. You become aware that you've been scratching the same area on your arm.

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