Three Lower Yakima Valley health care providers have lost their state Department of Health licenses and certifications.
Gonzaga University has hired Courtney Law, Ph.D., as director of the Regional Health Partnership.
While thousands of people responded this month to the emergency request for blood and platelet donations, health officials say a critical blood shortage remains.
New rules in place
Parents are urged to make sure their children’s immunizations are up-to-date before returning to school this fall.
No difference in caffeine absorption
A study at Washington State University is the first published comparison of caffeine absorption after consumption of coffee versus energy drinks, and the impacts of temperature and rate of consumption.
Giving low-income families in Washington state a little more money to spend on food would lead to healthier meals.
Two dental residents with Yakima Valley Farm Workers Clinic received state grants.
Construction could start by the end of the year on a new, 160,000 square-foot hospital.
Ceremony will coincide with mural in a day
Yakima Valley Farm Workers will celebrate a new clinic’s grand opening this Saturday.
Yakima Valley Farm Workers Clinic is helping Lower Yakima Valley residents enroll in an energy assistance program.
The state’s Nursing Commission suspended a nurse’s license after she was charged in the suicide death of her 23-year-old daughter.
The state’s Department of Social and Health Services will terminate contracts with Northwest’s Child.
The Alzheimer’s Association is recruiting local volunteers to assist caregiver support groups.
The seventh in a line of “Dr. Swoffords” graduated earlier this month.
The arrival of warm weather changes the landscape completely. Animals come out of hiding and hibernation while trees and flowers bloom anew.