By the time her mother moved in, the 84-year-old woman was already having memory issues. So her daughter, Trang Tu, adapted her house to make it as accessible as possible.
As the world adjusts to the new normal, many people may still be struggling to feel safe and grounded. Seniors in particular have had to be extra cautious of their health and wellbeing.
Dr. Shireesha Dhanireddy, a professor of medicine at University of Washington School of Medicine, says people who believe they’ve been exposed to, or have symptoms of monkeypox should contact their healthcare provider immediately for an evaluation.
Children 6 months old to 4 years old are now eligible for COVID-19 vaccines.
By DEEPA BHARATH of The Associated Press and ADELLE BANKS of Religion News Service Associated Press About two years ago, when coronavirus cases began to peak in her impoverished San Antonio neighborhood, the Rev. Norma Fuentes-Quintero found herself taking on an additional duty—helping congregants deal with anxiety. The pastor, who leads El Templo Cristiano Assembly […]
Remember when your parents told you to stop reading comic books and do your homework? Well, now there’s a comic book that is your homework. It could literally save your life.
As Asian American, Native Hawaiian, and Pacific Islander (AANHPI) communities across the nation honor and celebrate the diverse contributions made in the United States, we are reminded that COVID-19 vaccines and boosters continue to make it possible for us to gather safely in public and private. As of May 12, CDC reported over 258 million […]
On the morning of April 22, Julia Ruan, 16, woke up with a sore throat. Her parents tested her at home and the result was negative. She went to school and a sleepover that night.
The house had large plate glass windows, like saucers reflecting portions of the sky. But around them was charcoal-colored wood, multi-hewed, and dusty-looking.
By Gayle Gupit-Mayor NORTHWEST ASIAN WEEKLY April is National Minority Health Month (NMHM), and this year’s theme is “Give Your Community a Boost!” NMHM is an initiative promoted by the Office of Minority Health that focuses on the health concerns of Blacks, Hispanics, Asians, Native Americans, and other underserved groups. Through disease prevention and early […]