HOUSTON – Not storing make-up properly and using out-of-date cosmetics can result in infection, say dermatology experts at Baylor College of Medicine.
YAKIMA – Does your physician know what medical treatment you want - and don’t want - in the event that you’re in an accident or diagnosed with a terminal illness?
YAKIMA – Yakima Valley Memorial Hospital is offering a grief recovery workshop for anyone dealing with a loss such as a death, divorce, loss of relationship or identity.
Washington had a slight decline in tuberculosis (TB) cases in 2014 but state and local public health officials are still on high alert when it comes to this disease.
If spring or summer cleaning uncovers signs that mice or other rodents have been in the area, people need to take precautions to avoid catching a rodent-carried disease like hantavirus.
Finding and eliminating the toxic chemicals known as polychlorinated biphenyls, or PCBs, contained in some fluorescent light ballasts in schools is the priority recommendation of a plan released by the Washington departments of Health and Ecology.
Marijuana, e-cigarettes a concern
While more Washington teens consider alcohol use risky, fewer teens consider marijuana use to be risky according to recent results from the state Healthy Youth Survey.
GRANDVIEW - Bethany Community (Presbyterian) Church in Grandview is planning celebrations in honor of Holy Week.
MABTON – Even though Nadia George has only been on the job as Mabton Police Department’s first ever office clerk for less than a month, she says the job is one she had been training for as long as she can remember.
First profile on captured fighter pilot from Ferndale who narrowly avoided death
As the 70th anniversary of the end of World War II nears, the Office of Secretary of State is launching a gripping series of online profiles, beginning with the story of a Whatcom County fighter pilot who was captured and narrowly avoided death in a German concentration camp during the war.
Youngster Andrew Brandsma tugs on the Easter Bunny’s ear to express his wishes for Easter during a visit last Saturday at Mid-Valley Mall in Sunnyside.
GRANDVIEW – The musical group Gone Fiddlin’ Again has teamed up with the Grandview Senior Citizens and the Grandview Parks and Recreation Department to offer a family concert on Saturday, April 25, at 2 p.m. at the Grandview Community Center gym, located at 812 Wallace Way.
WALLA WALLA – The Adventist Health Little Watts Children’s Series of Family Entertainment presents “Homer Writes a Play!” on Wednesday, April 15, at 6:30 p.m.
TOPPENISH – Heritage University’s Omega Delta Phi fraternity is sponsoring a family fun day and Easter egg hunt on Saturday, April 4, from noon to 2:30 p.m. on the university’s Toppenish campus.