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This Valentine’s 2019
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Some are silly,
As an update to the report of several overdoses in the north area of Seattle on Thursday, January 17th, testing from one of the syringes found at the scene is positive for fentanyl. This tells us that fentanyl is likely to have been involved in at least one overdose and we suspect it may have […]Read More
The chilling effects are already harming people in King County. A federal proposal to re-define who is eligible to immigrate to the United States is impacting health and nutrition for thousands of families. In response, King County is filing comments with the federal government. The comment letter quoted below is signed by King County Executive Dow […]Read More
By Lindsey Greto and Meghan King, Public Health marijuana program It’s been six years since Washington State legalized retail cannabis and since then, several other states and Canada have also legalized retail cannabis. This dramatic shift in public policy has raised some complex issues and public health challenges. To help focus their work, Public Health […]Read More
Your next opportunity to make your voice heard is right around the corner! Join us on November 8 for the 2018 King County Behavioral Health Legislative Forum.Read More
Public Health – Seattle & King County is following up on the report of a Todd Beamer High School community member who was diagnosed with active tuberculosis (TB). Public Health is working with the high school and Federal Way School District officials to define the extent of any potential TB exposures, conduct evaluations for those exposed, and provide guidance and […]Read More