When Guillermo Castaneda of Granger first became the manager of the Farm Workers Family Health Center in Toppenish, there was no such thing as an in-house pharmacy.
Here is a bit of unsettling news - everyone is guaranteed to experience the embarrassment of urinary incontinence sometime in their life.
Washington Healthplanfinder officials announced this week that 170,101 Washingtonians have signed up for a qualified health plan or renewed their health coverage through wahealthplanfinder.org.
Dr. Sara Thomas won’t be in Sunnyside every day, but she hopes to meet plenty of people in town while working at Rodriguez Dental Center every Friday.
A set of multi-colored magnetic letters that children used in the 1970s and 1980s to learn the alphabet have provided neuroscience researchers at Baylor College of Medicine, Stanford University and New York University a clue to the role of environment in synesthesia – a condition in which the senses are blended.
Whooping cough is on the rise in Washington and state health officials are urging people to get vaccinated against the disease, especially pregnant women.
YAKIMA – Breastfeeding provides infants with nutrients they need, including antibodies that protect them from germs and illnesses.
A simple procedure – washing your hands – just might prevent you from catching the flu this season.
When it comes to the great debate of running versus walking, it seems that everyone has an opinion on which is the best way to get in your daily dose of physical activity.
The state department of health is offering a smartphone app to help Washingtonians kick their tobacco habits, and the first 1,900 app downloads are free.
New sinus therapeutics, including baby shampoo sinus irrigation and probiotic sinus rinses, can lessen symptoms and ward off sinus infections, according to doctors at Baylor College of Medicine.
For some children a health problem could be to blame for acting up in class or even a drop in grades.
YAKIMA – Dealing with the death of a loved one is difficult, and no one should grieve alone, say Yakima Memorial staff members.
YAKIMA – Yakima Memorial officials know that it’s difficult living with a life-limiting illness.
Don’t let your child’s energy decline after school; put pep in their step with an after-school snack.