Walla Walla resident, Christina Johanson, was visiting her parents in India when she was struck by a motorcyclist while biking home from the beach. The accident happened in February and Johanson sustained a traumatic brain injury that left her in a coma for nearly a week.
Nurses working at Trios Health gathered for discussion with the state union, UFCW 21, in light of recent Trios debt crisis announcement.
An Ohio coroner's office is running out of room for bodies because it can't keep up with deaths caused by drug overdoses.
The US cut funding for a UN program for women and girls, a move that critics said was based on faulty information, could lead to greater instability in the Middle East and hurt women around the world.
One in 10 pregnant women with confirmed Zika infection had a fetus or baby with Zika-related complications in 2016.
A graphene-based sieve can filter salt out of seawater, providing a potential solution for the freshwater crisis.
The renewed GOP effort to repeal and replace Obamacare could be bad news for those with pre-existing conditions.
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President Donald Trump's pick to lead the Food and Drug Administration, Scott Gottlieb, is a physician, a cancer survivor, a venture capitalist and a government insider who has long said he wants to tear down the wall of FDA regulations he believes is holding back innovation.
While plenty of Republicans see plans to repeal and replace Obamacare as a settled issue at least for the moment, behind the scenes, several key players are not letting the issue go.
Leaders from Adventist Health and Providence Health & Services announced their intention to transfer control of Walla Walla General Hospital, Adventist Health Medical Group and Adventist Health Home Care Services in Walla Walla to Providence this summer.
A historic hotel might soon be a new veterans restorative care center for veterans across the nation.
The Michigan hotel where a suspected gas leak sickened 14 people including a teenage boy who died was not required to have carbon monoxide detectors.
Your chest is tight, and at times, it's hard to catch your breath. You wheeze or cough so hard that your sides soon ache.
President Donald Trump's administration had meetings Monday with two key groups of Republicans, whose split over health care policy caused GOP leaders to pull a plan last month to repeal and replace Obamacare.
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Two new drugs were cleared to hit the market last week: an eczema drug that will cost $37,000 per year and one for multiple sclerosis that will cost $65,000.
Iowa Republican lawmakers have dropped plans for what would have been among the nation's toughest abortion restrictions, retreating only a day after the proposal was announced.House GOP lawmakers announced Wednesday they removed language from a bill that called for a…
The maker of Hunt's Chili Kits says it is recalling some because they might be contaminated with salmonella. Conagra Brands Inc. said Sunday that it is cooperating with the U.S. Food and Drug Administration to recall "a limited amount" of the kits.
Exactly 25 employees are laid off from Trios Health in Kennewick and others are facing cut hours as the system deals with a debt crisis.
A Kennewick man who recently lost the election for an open Kennewick Public Hospital Commissioner seat says he saw the Trios layoffs coming.
Jobs are on the line as Trios Health decides what to do about the current debt crisis it is facing.
The Center for Disease Control reports rates of sexually transmitted diseases are on the rise nationwide, and the Tri-Cities is no exception. According to the Benton-Franklin Health District, STD rates have doubled, and some even tripled, between 2013 and 2015.
The Kennewick Public Hospital District Board of Commissioners voted unanimously to grant Craig R. Cudworth additional responsibilities as superintendent and interim chief executive officer for Trios Health. Mr. Cudworth, an employee of Quorum Health Resources, arrived February 1 to serve as chief restructuring officer and lead the organization through a major project to return the organization to financial health.