June 21, 2022.Reading time 10 minutes.
In this spotlight, we are excited to introduce you to three markets we partner with that take their programs to the next level in how they provide their communities with access to local, fresh, affordable, and culturally relevant produce.
March 22, 2022.Reading time 4 minutes.
Our medical system is getting back on its feet, and while caution is understandable, it’s critical we get back to scheduling prevention health screenings that help save lives. Cancer is not going away and will not wait for a pandemic to pass.
August 12, 2020.Reading time 8 minutes.
During times of high stress, riding a bicycle is a great way to improve your physical, mental and emotional wellbeing. Here are some resources and information to help everyone in King County have a safe and stress-free bike ride this summer.
April 26, 2020.Reading time 3 minutes.
WIC services are open for you and your family! WIC has been identified as an essential service and staff are providing services by phone to reduce the risk of exposure to COVID-19.
February 20, 2020.Reading time 15 minutes.
This blog comes to us courtesy of its author, McKenna Princing, and was originally published on Right as Rain by UW Medicine. QUICK READ | Demystifying sexually transmitted infections -STIS are on the rise in the United States.-Many STIs don’t cause symptoms.-STIs can infect someone’s throat, not just their genitals.-Some STIs, especially gonorrhea, are becoming […]
February 10, 2020.Reading time 5 minutes.
Typically, when a patient with diabetes or high blood pressure visits their doctor, you may expect they receive counseling on what types of foods they should be eating. Although important, this practice oftentimes doesn’t consider if the patient has the means to eat healthy food. Now let’s take a moment to imagine a healthcare system […]