The arrival of warm weather changes the landscape completely. Animals come out of hiding and hibernation while trees and flowers bloom anew.
There is a new therapy option in town.
A series of trainings on youth suicide prevention and mental health starts tomorrow.
The state Department of Health has taken disciplinary actions or withdrawn charges against two Yakima County health care providers.
Yakima Valley Community College dental hygiene students will be offering a free dental screening May 17.
A free birthing workshop provided by certified childbirth educators, will be offered 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. May 7 at PMH Family Birthplace.
A $2.8 million federal grant will help Washington state address the problems of prescription opioid and heroin abuse.
Washington’s tuberculosis cases were on the rise last year, putting state and local public health officials on heightened alert.
Yakima Valley Farm Workers Clinic has two new providers.
A career in obstetrics and gynecology interested one Grandview doctor after seeing how it helped her own family.
Spring is when the daffodils bloom at Centennial Square, grass in the parks turns green and people start to sneeze when they walk outside.
Patients don’t expect to hear their doctors use terms like roto rooter or caulking gun when describing cardio-vascular procedures.
The new director of several Yakima Valley Farm Workers clinics in Grandview and Sunnyside says he feels at home in the Lower Valley.
County officials call for caution
Although the first case of the Zika virus has been identified in the state, Yakima Health District officials say it is unlikely residents here will contract the virus locally from a mosquito bite.
The Yakima Health District is urging health care providers, women, and families to take part in efforts to raise awareness of birth defects.