WALLA WALLA — It’s a game changer, a “quantum leap forward,” nearly magical.
Sickle cell anemia is primarily seen in people of African and Mediterranean descent. It can also be seen in folks from South and Central America, the Caribbean and the Middle East.
Eight percent. That’s right, you read it correctly, 8 percent. That’s the percentage of people who were successful in keeping their New Year’s Resolutions in 2012.
COLLEGE PLACE — SonBridge Community Center, 1200 S.E. 12th Ave., is sponsoring an eight-week depression recovery program created by Dr. Neil Nedley.
I am angry. Maybe you should be angry, too.
Here’s a gift you won’t have to take back in January: the medicines you or a relative need to have a healthy new year.
The long dark days of winter have arrived.
Collaboration among multispecialty scientists at George Washington University has produced a novel device to help those with single-sided deafness or SSD.
I wonder how many people are aware of the number of contaminants and hormones that are found in our foods?