Good health habits that help you manage heart health can also help prevent stroke. The American Stroke Association, a division of the American Heart Association, lists seven habits to help prevent stroke.
By Ashley Lizardo Senior at Lindbergh High School My family is full of engineers. I grew up listening to stories about what they were designing and problems they were solving. I wanted to know more, to understand how it all worked, and to be able to talk to them about their work. So, I took a robotics […]
Thailand was never a real threat to the U.S. national team. Even so, the three-time Women’s World Cup champions had no desire to go easy on a lesser opponent in their opening game.
“I feel that I am becoming weaker and experiencing issues I never had before,” said one of the seniors who went on a tour at the newly built Kin On Assisted Living. “This is why I’m looking into care services.”
For over 24 years, Trang Le has helped patients find the best medication and treatment for their health needs.
Every morning from 7:30 to 9:30, the Buddhist priest in the Seattle Koyasan temple chants, waves his hands around, and practices visualizations.
If you have been working hard to lose weight, and it hasn’t happened, what should you do next? If you have back and neck pain, do you just pop a painkiller in your mouth?
SEATTLE — Following a neighborhood tour of Capitol Hill on May 28, Seattle Mayor Jenny Durkan and Chief of Police Carmen Best announced additional steps by the City of Seattle to improve public safety in communities across Seattle. The ongoing emphasis of Seattle Police Department (SPD) patrols that began in May in seven neighborhoods across […]
Neighborhood House has selected its next executive director. Janice Deguchi, chair of the Asian Pacific Directors Coalition and executive director of Community for Youth, has decades of experience as a nonprofit executive leader. The outgoing executive director, Mark Okazaki, said, “I’ve known Janice for almost 30 years through her work experience and community involvement.” He […]
The Chinatown-International District (CID) Coalition held a protest against gentrification and displacement on May 31. It was part of the “Coast to Coast Chinatowns Against Displacement: Week of Action” to resist eviction, exclusion, and cultural loss. The protestors gathered at Hing Hay Park and across Seattle’s Chinatown. The CID Coalition is a grassroots group of […]