Unplugging from your phone and laptop for at least an hour more each day has also been shown to increase overall productivity.
By Assunta Ng NORTHWEST ASIAN WEEKLY Can you fight the dreadful Alzheimer’s disease? My mind has been wrestling with that question lately. If you have someone in your family who has Alzheimer’s like I do, please take note: Alzheimer’s is hereditary. You are more likely to develop the disease if you have a parent, sibling, […]
By Angela Shen Northwest Asian Weekly The Seattle King County Clinic at KeyArena held a free clinic for the public from Oct. 27 through Oct. 30, for the third year in a row, including free dental, vision, and medical care. Spokesman Raymond Kusumi said the clinic helped 4,492 people in need this year, 482 more […]
People in need of dental, medical, and vision services may receive them free of charge at the largest free health clinic ever organized in the state of Washington. Now in its third year, Seattle/King County Clinic brings together over 100 healthcare organizations, civic agencies, nonprofit entities, private businesses, and thousands of volunteers to help underserved […]
By Brandon Hadi Northwest Asian Weekly Take a deep breath. You’re about to embark on a journey of a lifetime — going to college. Brimming with anticipation and excitement, prolonged by a long summer, you’re ready to take on the next chapter. “Don’t forget to focus on school!” caution family and friends. You’ve made it […]
Last week, the Do family was driving around Seattle with Randy Yamanaka, a man that they have seen sparingly over the years, but one they’ve avidly kept in contact with through letters after their first meeting 15 years ago.
Suicide. A chilling word, yet meaningless until it affects you directly. Suicide became meaningful for me when a close friend and fraternity brother, Jesse, could no longer cope with his depression, and ended his life.
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By MANUEL VALDES Associated Press SEATTLE — Vice President Joe Biden met with researchers at Seattle’s Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center during his visit to Seattle on March 21. The center describes the vice president’s visit as part of a listening tour to promote cancer research. Cancer is the leading cause of death among Asian […]
By Arlene Kiyomi Dennistoun Northwest Asian Weekly “Washington is quickly in a race to the bottom when it comes to ensuring our low-income students have the food they need to start the school day fueled and ready to learn,” said Carrie Glover, senior policy manager at Within Reach. Glover was one of several advocates supporting […]