Washington’s state government is taking a step to improve its employee wellness programs under an ambitious plan outlined in a new executive order by Gov. Jay Inslee.
Although chocolate milk may not be the first drink you think of reaching for after a workout, experts at Baylor College of Medicine say it might be one of the most beneficial.
According to an allergy expert at Baylor College of Medicine, the first line of treatment for allergy symptoms is avoidance.
November marked National Lung Cancer Awareness Month, an ideal time to increase education and awareness about one of the most fatal types of cancer and provide new information about potentially life-saving screening methods.
Food is usually the centerpiece of many traditional celebrations this time of year, but watch out for holiday heartburn, warn gastroenterologists from Baylor College of Medicine in Houston.
Although exercise should be a part of your daily routine, it’s important to know when your body needs a break, according to an expert at Baylor College of Medicine.
Summer may be over, but protecting your skin should remain a priority.
Washington Healthplanfinder officials last week released a comprehensive data report that shows about 57,000 residents enrolled in new health coverage options during October.
The number of gonorrhea cases in Washington is up substantially this year compared to 2012.
Halloween is a night of tricks and especially treats for children, but for parents it can turn into a nightmare as their little ghosts and goblins splurge on candy with no health benefits.
Sunnyside Community Hospital and Clinics was recently recognized for outstanding efforts to reduce patient harm and improve patient safety during the 81st annual meeting of the Washington State Hospital Association in Seattle.
Rodrigo Alfaro, M.D. has joined the team at Sunnyside Community Hospital.
There are number of health concerns that greatly impact daily living for people from all walks of life.
Don’t overlook frozen or canned fruits and vegetables as healthy and less expensive alternatives to the fresh versions, said an expert at Baylor College of Medicine.
Relief for caregivers is available, including a program that allows people to be paid and get health insurance while they are taking care of parents or family members on Medicaid.