KSPS-TV moderator Teresa Lukens hosts a live call-in program addressing a specific illness and/or health concern, featuring local physicians, patients, and caregivers who share their experiences and expertise. We hope to help improve the quality of life through exploration of better medical care and health alternatives.
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Spokane surgeons explain the potential and pitfalls of plastic and reconstructive surgery
"Country Care" has been redefined by new technology and innovative caregivers
Inside Spokane's ER and Urgent Care facilities.
Spokane VA care providers explain services for area vets
How parents can help their teenager thrive in body and mind.
Savory Soups prepared with Chef Curtis Smith
Exploring ways to stay active even when there's snow on the ground.
Adopting certain lifestyle changes can improve your odds for living longer and better
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Med students explore rural residency at Colville, WA hospital
"Blue Zones" author Dan Buettner shares 9 lessons for living longer
Lifelong allergies hasn't slowed down Theresa DeWit of Coeur D'Alene
A Stem Cell transplant gets a Spokane cop back on the street.
Spokane moms are finding creative ways to connect and share
A collaborative classroom at EWU impacting educators, counselors, and families.
A new Spokane bakery offering vegan and gluten free menu options
Music therapy for people with Parkinson's
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JUNE 21 - 7pm The potential and pitfalls of plastic and reconstructive surgery.
Dedicated physicians and new technology merge to provide care in small Washington towns
First Responders and ER Docs discuss matters of life and death
Spokane VA answers questions about care for military members.
Adolescents face some unique health issues as their bodies mature.
Jump start your New Year resolutions with tasty advice on healthy meals.
You need to be creative when it comes to exercise in the winter months.
Strategies you can apply to help you feel better and live longer.