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The latest from news outlets and blogs around the Northwest and beyond, chosen by Crosscut editors.

F.D.A. approves pocket-sized drug overdose treatment

The handheld device, Evzio emits a single dose of naloxone (overdose treatment); it is now obtainable outside of hospitals for home use.

NEW YORK TIMES

No minors: tanning bed use banned in Washington state

Ladies, fake and bake never turns out the color you want it. Gov. Jay Inslee is looking out for your skin health.

NORTHWEST CABLE NEWS

Fido's insurance has some legs up on our family's Obamacare policy

At times, I'm jealous of my dog's health insurance coverage. And I was looking forward to the new federal law going into effect.

NEW YORK TIMES

Running as a route to mental health

After a particularly difficult year, writer Jen A. Miller takes up long distance running as therapy.

NEW YORK TIMES

Seattle BioMed lands $9.8M grant to develop HIV vaccine

Seattle BioMed will work with the Rockefeller University, the University of Washington, Seattle Children's Hospital and the Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center to study a vaccine against HIV-1. 

PUGET SOUND BUSINESS JOURNAL (SEATTLE)

Father uses Disney movies to communicate with autistic son

A father's story of how he used characters and scenes from Disney movies to communicate with and teach his autistic son lessons about life.

NEW YORK TIMES MAGAZINE

Forget Lasik. This app could improve your eyesight

University of California neuroscientist, Aaron Seitz, has developed an app that may help train your brain to see better.

SMITHSONIAN

Teens and experts disagree about marijuana addiction

Teens become addicted to marijuana at a higher rate than adults, but some want adult-level access.

KUOW-FM
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