Researchers have discovered several lifestyle choices you can make to decrease your risk of developing esophageal cancer.
Local experts offer tips on coping with season and year-round allergies.
A new study shows Duwamish residents are not living as long as people residing in other parts of Seattle.
Specialists at Seattle Children's Hospital are encouraging parents to talk to their teenage children about the Steubenville rape case and sexual assault.
Latina women are taking longer than white women to be diagnosed with breast cancer, putting their lives at risk.
The first man to receive a full face transplant in the United States got hitched Saturday at a ceremony in Fort Worth, Texas.
This morning, Kent and Alan talked to Joe and Terry Graedon, authors of the best-selling "The People's Pharmacy" series, to ask them for a few simple tips for household medical maladies, like a bloody nose and nighttime leg cramps. In case you missed it, here are some of the surprising answers they gave. Who knew?
Women who want to delay motherhood can now have their eggs frozen for a pregnancy later in life.
Do you or your child take a vitamin D supplement? Should you?
Washington’s Healthy Youth Survey found that about one in six Washington students have seriously considered suicide.
Seattle Children's Hospital is the first in the country to open a cancer unit just for teens and young adults.
Do you think a mobile app could help smokers quit? The Fred Hutch wants to find out.
Local pediatrician discusses feeding infants solid foods as early as 4 months.
Losing sleep over Daylight Saving Time?
Researchers at the Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center have developed a new therapy that could help patients with aggresive leukemias.