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Depression can affect anyone at any time. You can schedule an appointment in primary care clinic for an evaluation, either by phone, (206) 616-2495 or by ecare.

It is time to seek professional help when:


young woman sleepingInsomnia is when you can not get enough sleep to feel rested.  Insomnia is more than just the number of hours you spend asleep; it is also the quality of your sleep that matters.

Signs and symptoms

Symptoms of insomnia may include:


woman sitting at computerFor many of us, sitting for extended periods of time glaring at a computer screen is an integral part of our daily routine. Yet little do we recognize how significantly the design and arrangement of our computer workstation equipment impacts our health. Improper computer ergonomics is a leading cause of neck and back pain, shoulder fatigue, carpal tunnel, and eye strain.


staff bacteriaWhat is a staph skin infection?

Staphylococcus aureus (or S. aureus) also called staph, are bacteria commonly found on human skin; common places include inside the nose, in the armpit, groin, and genital area.

When bacteria are found on the skin but do not cause illness it is called "colonization." When the bacteria do cause illness the person is said to be "infected" with staph.


Improving Communication With Your College Student

Understanding the barriers to parent-college student communication is a critical step toward providing practical support for college students.


From the American Academy Of Pediatrics
Policy Statement—Child Passenger Safety
Committee On Injury, Violence, And Poison Prevention

Child passenger safety has dramatically evolved over the past decade; however, motor vehicle crashes continue to be the leading cause of death of children 4 years and older. This policy statement provides 4 evidence-based recommendations for best practices in the choice of a child restraint system to optimize safety in passenger vehicles for children from birth through adolescence:


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Leaves of three - let them be!

Avoid uncomfortable rashes this summer by reading up about poison oak, poison ivy and poison sumac. Got a rash? Visit a Hall Health provider for an evaluation.


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