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Health / Medicine
President Obama declared November National Alzheimer’s Awareness Month as a way to draw attention to a disease that kills 500,000 each year.READ MORE COMMENT NOW
Guest Opinion: A missive from the Department has neutered a once-beloved play structure for children with special needs.READ MORE 9 COMMENTS
The Seattle physician and award-winning documentary filmmaker talks about mental illness, suicide prevention and the challenges of managing her own anxiety.READ MORE 1 COMMENTS
Commentary: There are other ways to achieve a peaceful, natural death besides the use of physician-assisted suicide.READ MORE 7 COMMENTS
It's part of a large push to, first, do no harm.READ MORE COMMENT NOW
Critics from far and near will voice their concerns in Seattle at a Town Hall event on Sunday.READ MORE 2 COMMENTS
Gov. Jay Inslee and several allies say a new law could get around the Hobby Lobby ruling that corporations can opt out of providing contraception on religious grounds.READ MORE 5 COMMENTS
The Daily Troll: Murray looks at housing affordability. Ferry system: A job for Jay Inslee? More money for state parks?
Holy Land: What will Rick Steves say?READ MORE 4 COMMENTS
How your body responds to a gunshot wound.READ MORE 2 COMMENTS
Since the popular organic brand sued the feds over mandatory contraceptive coverage, local consumers and co-ops are struggling over whether to buy or boycott Eden products.READ MORE 18 COMMENTS
Her mother died at age 74, after two decades of knowing that "something was going wrong.” In her new memoir, Ann Hedreen tells her mother's story - and her own.READ MORE COMMENT NOW
Clinics in Auburn, Federal Way, White Center and Bothell are on the chopping block. Bad news for the 50,000 people who rely on them for care.READ MORE 13 COMMENTS
The Daily Troll: More coal trains, ho! Group Health ditches Virginia Mason. Bill Gates, Arne Duncan give teachers some love.
Plus, the waterfront finally gets serious about including Native Americans in the design process. And we hear from South Seattle and the Eastside about community needs.READ MORE 2 COMMENTS
Mental illness is especially hard on homeless youth, who are six times more likely to develop psychiatric disorders than their non-homeless peers.READ MORE 4 COMMENTS
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