Lots of children experience anxiety over tests, but they – and their parents – can deal with it through the right attitude and taking care of their physical health, said a Baylor College of Medicine psychiatry professor.
A well-known face at the Grandview Senior Center is the latest recipient of a prestigious statewide honor.
Three people take their own lives in Washington each day on average, and suicide remains among the top causes of death in this state.
Not every child is immediately drawn to athletics, but all children and teens should learn the importance of physical activity as a part of a healthy lifestyle.
Sunnyside Community Hospital last week announced the arrival of Dr. Miguel A. Brizuela to its Lower Valley OB/GYN clinic at 803 E. Lincoln Ave. in Sunnyside.
GRANDVIEW – “The decision to close Prestige Care & Rehabilitation – Grandview was incredibly difficult,” said officials with Prestige Care, Inc.
Sunnyside Community Hospital is acquiring the Yakima Valley Hearing and Speech Center in Yakima.
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Making sure a child is eating healthy at breakfast and lunch time is an important part of the back-to-school routine, but experts at the USDA/ARS Children’s Nutrition Research Center at Baylor College of Medicine and Texas Children’s Hospital say that thinking about healthy after-school snacks is also important to consider.
Local community rallies to help orphans around the world
When Dr. Ruth Wise planned a visit to her home country of Bolivia, she expressed a desire to help children in La Paz – to Dr. Gregory Norell, the dentist who hired her when she moved to Sunnyside more than a decade ago.
Rabid bats have been found throughout Washington state and continue to pose a risk to people and pets, especially during the summer when bats are more active.
YAKIMA – Yakima Valley Memorial Hospital is one of only three hospitals in the country to have been named a 2014 Circle of Life Award winner for its comprehensive programs to improve the care of patients near the end of life or with life-limiting conditions.
Smokers have a 45 percent higher risk of developing dementia than non-smokers, according to information published earlier this month by the World Health Organization in collaboration with Alzheimer’s Disease International.
Washington state has had more measles cases so far this year than in the past five years combined.
In a viewpoint published online earlier this month, on July 10, in “Journal of the American Medical Association,” mental health and diabetes experts and advocates describe a critical need for more mental health screenings and treatment resources for people with diabetes.