On The Wednesday, February 6, 2019 Edition Of Idaho Matters
- A Boise clinic begins new treatment for food allergies.
- Healthy Relationships/Safe Babies program teaches women to question the quality of their relationships.
- Senator Mike Crapo answers your questions.
- The Allergy Group of Boise is rolling out a new treatment for people with food allergies that involves slowly building up the body's immune response to an allergen. We'll talk with the group's Lori Pirnie about the new approach.
- The Saltzer Medical Group is launching an initiative to prevent domestic and child abuse by educating young women about healthy relationships. The Healthy Relationships/Safe Babies program is trying to get ahead of the issue by having young women ask themselves hard, honest questions about their relationships and help them to identify red flags. Idaho Matters talks with the Saltzer Group about this effort to reduce domestic violence.
- Senator Mike Crapo joins Idaho Matters live to answer listener questions about the government shutdown, border security, foreign policy and anything else. Submit your questions to firstname.lastname@example.org.