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Snohomish County Slowly Reopens

Snohomish County Slowly Reopens

It seems like time has slowed in the last two months as the nation (and world) began sheltering-in-place amidst this pandemic. But now in the U.S. all 50 states are partially reopen and in Snohomish county, Phase 2 is underway. Phase 1 saw essential businesses and essential travel reopening as well as some outdoor recreation being allowed (hunting, fishing, golf,…

April is Move More Month

April is Move More Month

  Did you know April is “Move More” month? The national holiday was created by the American Heart Association to help motivate and educate people about getting active for a health life. The month may be winding down, but it doesn’t mean our bodies have to! During these tough times, it’s not possible for everyone to head over to their…

The Coronavirus: What You Need to Know

The Coronavirus: What You Need to Know

As outbreaks continue to spread globally, people are growing fearful, many have been force into quarantine and the world’s eyes are glued to the news on the coronavirus (also known as COVID-19). Here in the United States, we have relatively low cases of people who have the virus (as of today, there 60 confirmed cases in the U.S.). But it…

The Diabetes Link to Spinal Fractures

The Diabetes Link to Spinal Fractures

More than 30 million people in the United States has type 2 diabetes. This disease is caused by the way your body metabolizes sugar–it either resists the effects of insulin or does not produce enough of it to maintain normal sugar (glucose) levels (MayoClinic). The symptoms of type 2 diabetes include: increased hunger and thirst, tiredness, blurry vision, increase urination…