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  • Healthy Living: Cooking with winter veggies doesn’t have to be intimidating!

    SEATTLE, Wash., — Cooking fresh for our families in the winter months can be intimidating. There aren’t a lot of fresh, affordable options and some of the fruits and vegetables available are unfamiliar to a lot of people. In this week’s Healthy Living, we are taking the guesswork out of seasonal vegetables and helping you navigate the otherwise unfamiliar territory. I mean, have you heard of celeriac?! It is a great potato substitute for a low carb diet! Chef Jamie […]

  • Healthy Living: Arlington basketball raises money to fight cancer in 10th annual Coaches vs. Cancer game

    SEATTLE — For the last ten years, the Arlington boys basketball team has been hosting an event called Coaches vs. Cancer. It’s an emotional night to raise money for the American Cancer Society. It all started after the wife of the team’s basketball coach, Caryn Brown was diagnosed with breast cancer back in 2009. Last year, through the event, Brown was able to donate $4,000 to the American Cancer Society. The game is Friday, Jan. 10, 2020 at 7:15 p.m. […]

  • Healthy Living: Is Vegan Healthier?

    SEATTLE, Wash.,– In the new year, many of us consider lifestyle changes, possibly  new diets. With plant-based diets growing in popularity, a lot of people are jumping on board the vegan train. So, is the move to meatless is really better for your health? The vegan diet stems from a strict vegetarian diet. A person on this diet will not consume any animal-type products like milk, cheese butter or eggs. A new study published in The Journal of Nutrition seems to […]

  • Healthy Living: Jump-starting your resolution may lead to better success!

    SEATTLE, Wash.,– Nearly half of us will make a new year’s resolution this year and most often, they focus on our physical health. But why wait until January 1st to start getting on the right track? Dr. Polo, the Behavioral Health Medical Director with Regence Blueshield says,  “You really have to make sure that you are ready to do something different.” According to Forbes, roughly 40% of people will make their resolutions in the new year. “The most common resolutions that […]

  • Healthy Living: Winter wellness tips

    The winter months are brutal on our skin and our bodies– and health is wealth!! Beauty expert, The Go-to-Girlfriend, Sadie Murray joined us to help us survive the gloom and doom while keeping our health first!

  • Healthy Living: ‘Hangry’ helpers

    This time of year, it seems it is impossible to slow down. From shopping to wrapping  to holiday hosting, there is so much to do, and so little time.

  • Family step closer to getting justice in Fife teen’s murder following arrest of suspect in Louisiana

    There are still no answers as to who shot and killed 17-year-old Cameron Wilson just weeks before he was set to graduate

  • Healthy Living: Craving junk food? Here’s why!

    SEATTLE, Wash. —  Junk food cravings can seem impossible to control.  New research shows the way our ancestors ate may have something to do with it. It happens all the time, waking up in the middle of the night needing something to snack on.  Dr. James (Jim) Polo is the Behavioral Medical Director for Regence BlueShield. “It starts with a desire for something that we either want to taste or smell or munch on, and it finishes with a sense […]

  • Healthy Living: Feeling sick? Waiting to see the doctor might be better for your health!

    SEATTLE — It may seem like just about everyone around you is getting sick. ‘Tis the season as we find ourselves in close proximity to others around the dinner table or Christmas tree. This time of year, we are sharing more than just hugs, we are sharing all of the sick bugs, and it’s human nature to want a quick fix. We want to feel better now, but doctor-prescribed antibiotics might not be your best option. “There has been evidence […]

  • Healthy Living: Cutting calories, not traditions

    SEATTLE — You know you’re going to eat it! What? All of it! The pies, mashed potatoes, and green bean casserole. Is it possible to health these items up just a bit without changing the flavor that you love? YES! The average person will consume 4500 calories on Turkey day. We are not attempting to talk you out of it! However, with a few tweaks,  Nutritionist Deborah, you could cut down on some of the bad fats and sugar and […]

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