Gene Juarez kicks-off Facebook Beautification Events Today

Need a new look on Facebook? A professional photographer will shoot your new Facebook profile picture as Gene Juarez Salons and Spas launches their new Facebook Beautification Project happy hour events taking place at Gene Juarez’s 10 area salons beginning today and running through April 17.  Guests who register for one of the happy hour […]

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Overlake to host 2012 Active Senior Fair on Saturday

Overlake Hospital Medical Center will host its annual Active Senior Fair on Saturday from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. at the Westminster Chapel, 13646 NE 24th Street, Bellevue. Fair highlights include: Entertainment Fashion show by Coldwater Creek of Bellevue Square highlighting the 2012 Spring Collection, 10:15 a.m. Steve the Pretty Good, comedy and magic, 11:30 […]

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Museum of Flight Welcomes Charles Simonyi’s Soyuz TMA-14 Spacecraft

Today, The Museum of Flight in Seattle welcomed an exciting new space artifact, as Charles Simonyi and representatives from the Russian Federal Space Agency, Roscosmos, delivered the Soyuz TMA-14 spacecraft. This historic craft will be on permanent loan to the museum from Simonyi and immediately on display in the Charles Simonyi Space Gallery.   “Today’s exciting […]

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Take Back Your Meds coverage

There was a lot of great coverage over the weekend regarding the state-wide secure medicine return bill (SB 5234) that is alive in the Senate. It will be decided by Feb. 14th if it passes through the Rules Committee and makes it to the Senate floor. Everett Herald on the prevention of drug abuse and accidental poisoning The […]

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Health district supports second drug take back bill

The Central Kitsap Reporter published an article yesterday regarding the need for a safe prescription medication disposal system in Washington state, and Kitsap County in particular. County law enforcement says its resources are “strained” by the collection and disposal of prescription drugs. The Kitsap Public Health District believes that pharmaceutical companies should take on the cost burden. The […]

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Son’s death prompts parents to fight for new Rx drug law

A Granite Falls couple, who lost their son to a drug overdose, is crusading for a law which would require pharmacies to take back unused prescription drugs. KOMO News covered their story today. Because they’re relatively easy to obtain from home medicine cabinets, authorities say more and more young people are experimenting with prescription drugs. […]

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The Columbian editorial: Danger in Your Cabinet

The Columbian posted an editorial yesterday regarding the push for a state-wide secure medicine return bill to safely dispose of old prescription drugs that collect dust in medicine cabinets across the state. Lawmakers would be wise to expedite the measures for many reasons, but two in particular: this is not another government program, and it’s […]

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