Pertussis (also known as whooping cough) is an infection that has received a lot of press in the last few years. It was just a year ago that California was setting records with the ...
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The streets in my neighborhood are littered with pink and white confetti from the trees that line the sidewalks – a sign of spring – and of seasonal allergies.
It is an exciting time for those of us more tech minded. You can access information with a touch of the finger, plays games and apps in any location imaginable, coordinate activities like never before.
Snotty noses. Coughs. Sneezes. It’s time for the common cold to take full effect in doctor’s offices around the country. There’s no exception here in the Pacific Northwest. Questions about how to deal, what to give and when to see the doctor? We have
When I started this blog it was my intention to keep to the topics of science and medicine, never religion or politics. Wouldn’t you know it but only a month into blogging a national event has forced
Dictionary.com and other sources define a placebo as a substance or therapy having no medicinal effect but given to satisfy a patient who supposes it to be a medicine. What’s a doctor to do? Modern we
Our children encounter a seemingly endless number of risks to their health every day. How can we as parents sort through the large amount of confusing and scary information coming from the news, Face
Many changes and improvements are happening now in doctors’ offices and clinics around the country. Here at Pediatric Associates of the Northwest, we are implementing technology that makes our care ev