ASTHMA AND ALLERGY AWARENESS MONTH
You can breathe easier
Playing it safe outside and protecting your indoor air quality can help you breathe easier.
Free resources can help you inside and out. More
PATIENT PROTECTION & AFFORDABLE CARE ACT
What health care reform means to you
Landmark health reform legislation was signed into law on March 23, 2010.
Here’s how it may affect you . . . More
MANAGING YOUR MENTAL HEALTH
Tips to Stress Less during Mental Health Month
Mental health is an essential part of each person’s overall health and wellness. At times, we all face challenges that test us and put our mental health at risk. .
To promote wellness during Mental Health Month, follow these tips for managing everyday stress: More
THINKING OF HOME IMPROVEMENT PROJECTS?
A new law affects you.
If your home was built before 1978 and a planned remodel will disturb old paint your contractor must be newly certified to do this safely.
Read more about how to check. More
Getting to know Asian fruits and vegetables
Asian Pacific American Heritage Month is a perfect time to explore these parts of the world by trying some of their unique fruits and vegetables. More
May is Bike Month
Ride just 5 days in May and you could be eligible for great prizes. Or ride to work on May 21st and be counted as one of the thousands of greater Puget Sound area bike commuters. Listen to what King County employees have to say and hit the saddle . More
Bike to Work Day Rally - May 21, 2010
Join King County Executive Dow Constantine for an 8 a.m. rally at the Seattle City Hall Plaza. Free bike maps, coffee and goodies!
Stress and anxiety can worsen allergy symptoms
This year's allergy season might not be an easy one for many sufferers, but a less stressful life may ease the allergy burden. More
Tobacco smoke can be an asthma trigger
Asthma and allergies are made more severe by exposure to tobacco smoke. If you live with someone with asthma or allergies, protect them by . . . More