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Research has shown youth who use vapes are more likely to start smoking. All young people that take up smoking, or vaping, risk becoming addicted... [Read More]
It's time to begin thinking about back to school again. Part of getting ready for school is making sure all required immunizations are up to... [Read More]
During our long Northwest summer evenings, bat sightings are common. You may see them darting through the evening sky as they collect mosquitoes and other... [Read More]
Breathing in smoke is bad for you, whether that smoke comes from cigarettes, wood stoves, or a burn pile in the backyard. [Read More]
Breastfeeding offers optimal nutrition to babies, is always ready to eat, and has significant health benefits for moms and babies. But many mothers report that... [Read More]
Breathing in smoke is bad for you, whether that smoke comes from cigarettes, wood stoves, or a burn pile in the back yard. In the... [Read More]
Summer is finally here, and many Lewis County residents will be heading to the beach, the pool, or to one of our county's many beautiful... [Read More]
We are living in the era of #MeToo, when people are standing up to share their experiences of sexual assault and harassment, and finding strength... [Read More]
Karen Carpenter (1950-1983) was an American drummer and singer in the 1970s. She died after losing a long battle with anorexia nervosa, one of the... [Read More]
April was the month when we celebrated Earth Day, but our health is affected by the ways we interact with our surroundings year-round. How we're... [Read More]
Spring has sprung, and as the weather begins to brighten up, you might begin to consider your garden and yard. Maybe this is the year... [Read More]
April is National Child Abuse Prevention Month, and an important time to remember that we can work together, in our families, and in our communities,... [Read More]
Ahead of the start of the 2018 Formula One season, Daniel Ricciardo is in his element. [Read More]
According to the American Heart Association, heart disease accounts for 1 in 7 deaths in the United States. Part of the reason there are still... [Read More]
Many people believe that an eating disorder is when a person, usually a young girl, just won't eat enough food. Perhaps that person exercises excessively... [Read More]
The National Institute of Health has tied lack of sleep over long periods of time to all kinds of health problems, including diabetes, obesity, high... [Read More]
The population of Washington residents over the age of 65 is expected to grow to 1.2 million by 2020. As Washingtonians grow older, their risk... [Read More]
For those in our community who have disabilities, special needs, or who need electricity to function, the threat of power outages and winter weather can... [Read More]
It's the time of year when people tend to get sick. Few of us are lucky enough to get through the whole winter without having... [Read More]
Holiday stress can lead to overeating and weight gain. On average, Americans gain 1 to 2 pounds during the holiday season. However, while those 1... [Read More]