Dr. Eric Chow’s parents didn’t think he’d like medicine and he took that to heart and trusted their advice.
You are not alone: NAMI in Washington offers BIPOC support group
It has been said that our nation is having a mental health crisis.
Public Health Emergency ends — So does Medicaid automatic re-enrollment
For those with private insurance or Medicare, the end of the COVID-19 Public Health Emergency (PHE) on May 11 should pass almost unobserved.
NOVID?: WA residents who’ve never had COVID share their daily habits
We recently asked “Novids”—people who have never had COVID—how they have kept the virus at bay.
Boost your career in dentistry
The Dental Assistant Internship Program at International Community Health Services is a unique pipeline for anyone looking to make a career change.
Get vaccinated before spending time with friends and family
While the national and public health states of emergency have become a thing of the past, as of May 11, 2023, COVID-19 is still spreading in our communities and continues to mutate and evolve over time.
End of COVID-19 emergency: Be prepared
A whole hail of changes may come on May 11—particularly to those who are going to lose their health insurance—when the Biden administration ends the COVID-19 federal Public Health Emergency.
The state of COVID-19
COVID-19, the infectious disease caused by the SARS-CoV-2 virus, is a pandemic that has disrupted lives around the world.
Fighting the Stigma: Mental Health Among Asian Americans and Pacific Islanders
Asian Americans and Pacific Islanders (AAPI) are the fastest growing minority group in the US.
There’s a lot more to skin health than meets the eye—Especially for AAPI people
Usually, Shirley Chang is in complete control. The Amazon executive has steely black pupils that cut right to the soul. But when she talks about her son, who has eczema, they become bewildered and sad.
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