Searching for the most effective and natural prescription to remedy aliments and lift your spirit? Here’s one you have the power to prescribe — physical activity.
WASHINGTON — The nation’s top nutrition advisory panel has decided to drop its caution about eating cholesterol-laden food, a move that could undo almost 40 years of government warnings about its consumption.
Family Medical Center has hired a new clinic director.
Valentine’s Day this weekend will be stuffed full of hearts of every shape, size and texture — edible and otherwise. And women will be on the receiving end of most of the giving.
he Obama administration’s push to transform the way the U.S. pays for health care is splitting the medical profession, as family doctors embrace changes that oncologists, neurologists and other specialists are concerned will cause turmoil.
In recent columns I’ve explored myths about spot reduction, body weight, the quick fix and strength training realities. For this column, let’s tackle one that in many ways sums it all up — the myth believers rarely say out loud:
In a recent list of the world’s shortest books, “Dentist’s Humor” made it into the Top 10. Right after “Things I Can’t afford” by Bill Gates and “Speechless” by Oprah Winfrey.
Dozens of Washington state foster parents say they’ll give up their licenses to care for kids from birth to age 2 rather than get flu shots mandated by a new regulation.
In the October 2014 issue of the Harvard Health Letter there was an article entitled “Protein check: How much do your really need?”
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.
Upcoming blood draws in the area:
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.
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.
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