Health Centers began as part of President Lyndon B. Johnson’s Great Society Program in 1966 and were first known as ‘neighborhood’ health centers. The program was developed to provide access…

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During COVID-19, a great number of CHAS Health staff found both their workplaces and roles transformed.  With nonessential services suspended and many office visits converted to telephone or virtual visits,…

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Menopause AKA The Climacteric, The Change of Life, or my favorite: MANopause.  That’s right, fella’s, back away slowly… Throughout a woman’s life, hormones are constantly shifting and changing, rising, and…

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  Helmets– Are highly recommended with all wheeled sports. You only have one head and need to protect that brain for many years to come. If you happen to get…

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Jennifer Arp, CDP (WA), CADC (ID), LPC

What is the one thing we spend the most time doing?  Sleeping!  Sleeping is a very important part of our life and contributes to our health.  Getting a good amount…

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Griffin Guess, DDS

In the lungs of Spokane County sits an underestimated college town with a full-time residential population of around 12,000. During the school year, that number jumps up to a hefty…

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We’re wrapping up 2015 here at CHAS health, and hope you and your family is as well! We have had a great year in 2015, a busy year, but leaps…

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May the force be with you this winter, here are some great tips on staying healthy from our Jedi Knights on the dental team and our fun loving Darth Moorman.…

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