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What is mindfulness? Why do we hear this term spoken in mainstream culture more nowadays and why is it so important for our overall health and well-being to incorporate into our lives?

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A balanced diet that’s rich in nutrients is a key component of a healthy lifestyle. Nutritious diets include fruits and vegetables, but a truly well-rounded diet also includes dairy.

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Advanced Registered Nurse Practitioner Dawn O’Keefe with Comprehensive Healthcare in Sunnyside recognizes that 2020 was a record year for opioid-related deaths in Yakima and understands its painful effects on families, an issue that is especially near and dear to her heart.

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PROSSER — Prosser Memorial Health will host a Johnson & Johnson COVID-19 vaccine clinic on Saturday, May 22 from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. at the Prosser Clinic, 336 Chardonnay Avenue, Suite A.

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Three out of every seven people in the state will likely experience a clinically significant mental illness in 2021 with that number expected to rise in the coming years, according to Comprehensive Healthcare officials.

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Yakima Valley Memorial will be hosting a free community vaccination clinic at the Sunnyside Senior Center, 1400 Federal Way, on Thursday, April 22 from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m., or until vaccine doses run out.

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PROSSER — Prosser Memorial Health will host a Moderna COVID-19 Vaccine Clinic on Saturday, April 24, 2021 from 8 a.m. to 2 p.m. at the Prosser Clinic at 336 Chardonnay Avenue, Suite A.

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GRANDVIEW – As lower valley schools begin to re-open with restricted classroom instruction and current health protocols established to aid in maintaining everyone’s safety, this new normal is contributing to an unfamiliar levels of anxiety for students, parents, teachers and staff.

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SUNNYSIDE — September is National Suicide Prevention Month but for Leticia Chavez of Comprehensive Healthcare in Sunnyside, preventing death by suicide and bringing awareness to family members in a bid to break the stigma around mental illness is something she faces on a daily basis.

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YAKIMA COUNTY — Washington state’s Department of Health held a COVID-19 and schools report media briefing discussing the new modeling report on potential outcomes of different approaches to reopening schools depending on the community rates of COVID-19 – Yakima County was used as an example for hope in the full return for school.

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