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The two days are April 20 and April 22.
In 2017, the Washington Poison Center received 378 calls related to cannabis.
The short answer is most people don’t need to go to the ER because of the flu.
Join us this Friday, March 29, at The Claw
Covington resident Matt Kidd shares his story about kidney disease to help others during National Kidney Month.
People in high risk groups, are very sick, or are worried about their illness should contact their health care provider immediately.
It’s not too late to get a flu shot.
The age-old food pyramid is being done away with.
Local songbird rehabilitation nonprofit Featherhaven is looking for volunteers this season.
The film will be shown at the Grand Cinema in Tacoma on March 9.
Even regular walking can reduce the risks of physical and mental illnesses.
Doctors are recommending women do not use marijuana, even lotions or edibles that contain little THC, while pregnant or breastfeeding.
The current early-registration entry fee is $30.
Growing older is a very good thing. First of all, there’s a secret to it: aging isn’t as important as are the perks of aging.… Continue reading
90 percent of people who pass through a measles-infected area — even hours after the sick person has left — can become sick.
You felt like such a loser. It was a feeling that didn’t last long, only long enough to ruin your day until you realized that… Continue reading
The contest is open to any Pierce County students seventh grade and up.
You didn’t recognize the number. So you didn’t answer the phone. That’s how you operate these days: accept calls you know and keep your money… Continue reading
Four presentations for learning how you can care for loved ones at home.
Measles hasn’t gone away, so think twice before not vaccinating.