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Category Archives: Health

Eat at Jersey Mike’s in March to Support Children’s Hospital

Jersey Mike's SubsJersey Mike’s 8th Annual Month of Giving Helps Seattle Children’s Hospital

Seattle Children’s Hospital is joining forces with 33 Jersey Mike’s Subs restaurants throughout the Seattle-Tacoma area for the 8th Annual March “Month of Giving” campaign to fund local charities. During the month of March, customers can make a donation to Seattle Children’s Hospital at any area Jersey Mike’s restaurant.

The campaign will culminate in Jersey Mike’s “Day of Giving” on Wednesday, March 28, when local Jersey Mike’s restaurants will give 100 percent of the day’s sales – not just profit – to Seattle Children’s Hospital. Continue Reading

STARS OF WINE, FOOD AND MUSIC ALIGN AT PENNER-ASH WINE CELLARS TO RAISE FUNDS FOR THE CHILDREN’S CANCER ASSOCIATION

The estate vineyards of  Penner-Ash Wine Cellars will become the backdrop for a  wondrous summer evening of food, wine and music on Saturday, August 22nd. 15-time Grammy Award winning musician, Béla Fleck, known as the premier banjo player in the world, will perform an intimate concert with singer-songwriter Abigail Washburn at the winery as a… Continue Reading

A New Over the Counter “Blue Pill” by Innovus to Combat E.D.

Over 40% Increase in all Six Endpoints Evaluated SAN DIEGO, CA – (Eastside Business Newswire – June 20, 2015) – Innovus Pharmaceuticals, Inc., www.innovuspharma.com  a company focusing on the commercialization of over-the-counter (“OTC”) and consumer products for men’s and women’s health, vitality and respiratory diseases, recently announced that the Company’s top line results from its… Continue Reading

Northwest Senior Care New Technology Is Finally Making Home Care Affordable For Seniors

Northwest Senior Care on Cutting Edge of Seniors Home Care Northwest Senior Care is helping local families.  Families struggling with the rising costs of senior services are feeling relief through Northwest Senior Care’s mission to embrace innovation. Bellevue, Wa. 19th June 2015 According to a survey conducted by Genworth Incorporated, the median cost last year… Continue Reading

Nutrinsic Releases Protein Crisis Video and Provides a Sustainable Solution

A new video released by Nutrinsic, a sustainable protein company based in Glendale, Colorado, depicts the world’s current protein crisis, points to the overfishing of our oceans, and offers a solution: ProFloc, sustainable protein, created from underutilized nutrients. ProFloc(tm) is produced using patented technology, which upcycles nutrients that would otherwise be undervalued or lost, making… Continue Reading

Club Pilates Opens First Studio in Bellevue

Club Pilates Franchise Enters Puget Sound Market with Studio in Downtown Bellevue Club Pilates, the nation’s largest and fastest-growing Pilates franchise, has brought its inclusive and positive studio atmosphere to the Bellevue Plaza Shopping Center at 143 106th Ave. in Bellevue. The Club Pilates studio in Downtown Bellevue is the first to open in the Seattle area,… Continue Reading

How Could Olympia Stoop So Low? by Michael “Buffalo” Mazzetti

Why does the Washington State Legislature (WSL) want to undermine medical cannabis? Alison Holcomb and Peter Holmes with Initiative 502 clearly stated that if passed, it would have no effect on medical cannabis laws. Reassuring voters that “I-502 won’t harm patients”. Senate Bill SB 5052 is an effort by the WSL that could doom our… Continue Reading

I-1372, Gathers Signatures To Protect & Strengthen Medical Cannabis

Initiative Measure No. 1372 filed January 6, 2015, will protect and strengthen the medical cannabis law, RCW 69.51A, by offering compassion, clarity and consistency through the following changes: Bringing Washington state law into compliance with stated federal policy Allowing business owners to obtain licenses for producing, processing or dispensing cannabis in a commercial manner. Using… Continue Reading

Eye specialist Dr. Robert Abel Jr. says proper nutrition can treat and reverse common vision problems

For 40 years, Dr. Robert Abel Jr. has dedicated his professional life as an ophthalmologist to preserving vision. As a founding partner in a large eye care practice in Delaware, he operates on four hundred cataract patients a year, but he treats six times that number without surgery. “We know that specific foods and nutritional supplements… Continue Reading