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A young child consuming a typical US diet is exposed to phthalate levels more than twice as high as those considered safe by the Environmental Protection Agency , according to a study conducted by researchers from the University of Washington and published in the journal Environmental Health in June.
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Two recreational events that come to South Sound annually - the Seattle-to-Portland Bicycle Classic and the Blake Lake Regatta - will be Saturday and Sunday.
SEATTLE Self-tracking wristband gadgets and Smartphone "life-logging" apps are gaining popularity.
Dr. D. Kojo Hamilton , a neurosurgeon at Oregon Health & Science University, teaches spinal surgery techniques to medical residents and fellows at the Seattle Science Foundation.
There's a lot of emphasis on healthy aging, as more baby boomers hit 65. But what about those seniors who don't ski and skydive for fun? For many, older adulthood brings some decline in function.
Summer means Shakespeare has arrived in the Pacific Northwest. You can see Shakespeare in parks, tents and even theaters in every major city and a few quaint towns.
Check out images from the first round of the 2014 Ricoh Women's British Open at Royal Birkdale Golf Club in Southport, England.
HERE has announced the return of its recent hit The Pigeoning, by Robin Frohardt, in an encore engagement July 9 - August 16. The Pigeoning lands in New York in Summer 2014 following a wildly successful run December 3-22, 2013, as part of HERE's 2013-2014 producing season.
More and more young people are dying of heroin overdoses in King County, and the alarming trend has experts working overtime to save lives.
In her 60s, Dorothy Hall-Bauer moved to Vashon Island and began reinventing herself.
A genetic mutation that increases the risk for a certain form of autism and causes specific physical traits and symptoms has been identified by researchers.
The hospital's chief trauma doctor, Dr. Eileen Bulger, says the drug known as TXA is already approved to stop internal bleeding.
Editor at Biotech Week -- Research findings on Stem Cell Research are discussed in a new report.
When Lake Washington School District schools open Sept. 2, there will be a number of new faces, including five new principals, two transfers and six new associate principals.
Samish Nation Councilman Dave Blackton presents a custom-made hand drum to San Juan Historical Society board member Don Nixon and Society President Mary Jean Cahail, June 28. Ownership of a Samish canoe, believed to date from pre-contact, has been formally transferred to the Samish Indian Nation from the San Juan Island Historical Society & Museum.
Lucile E. Burkett of Greencastle has made a $50,000 gift to DePauw University in honor of her late husband, Howard B. Burkett, professor emeritus of chemistry at DePauw and 1938 graduate of the University.
It's an hour after opening time at a posh jewelry store in New Delhi. The scene is unusually sedate.
Updated: Fri Jul 11, 2014 04:45 am
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