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Global studies link animal proteins, cancer rates

In the October 2014 issue of the Harvard Health Letter there was an article entitled “Protein check: How much do your really need?”

Column: Quick fixes don’t shake out in exercise reality

In recent columns I have discussed some common myths behind strength training and weight loss perceptions. This week we’ll look at perceptions surrounding quick fixes when it comes to exercising and nourishing our bodies.

American Red Cross blood draws planned in region

Upcoming blood draws in the area:

King County drops EpiPen allergy treatment for cheaper kit with same drug

When a 14-year-old Bellevue boy bit into a pastry last July, accidentally triggering a sudden and severe peanut allergy, a crew from the local fire department was there within minutes.

State ups rate of fish consumption in proposed water quality rule

YAKIMA — New state plans were announced Monday for water quality standards intended to better protect the health of people who eat lots of locally caught fish.

Less guilt, more money: Soda makers cash in on smaller servings

NEW YORK — After watching Americans suck down Big Gulps for decades, Coke and Pepsi are realizing less could be more.

Experimental MS treatment halts disease ‘in its tracks’

Seven years ago, Mike Kearny of Seattle was so sick and weak from multiple sclerosis, he had to use the handrail to pull himself up the stairs of his Wallingford neighborhood home.

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Walla Walla Clinic expands with therapy facility

The Walla Walla Clinic is gathering its sheep, so to speak.

Airport pet therapy

The Los Angeles International Airport has 30 therapy dogs and is hoping to expand its ...