A shortage of COVID-19 vaccines for young children has parents scrambling to find an available appointment.
We want to help you save some cash as we head into a holiday season marked by inflation and high-interest rates. Joining Good Day Seattle is the editor-in-chief of 'Toy Insider' Ali Mierzejewski.
Ozzy Osbourne may have a number of health issues, but he is not counting himself out just yet.
Not everyone feels fine after red wine, and a new study offers an explanation about what could be the culprit.
Monday is the last day to safely eat Thanksgiving leftovers.
A recent survey asked the age-old question: can money buy happiness? More than half said yes, and here's the price tag for the average American.
1.6 billion people in Western Washington recently visited food banks, according to new data. This morning, we're hearing all about a big push to get milk to more kids, seniors and families and egg nog is at the center of it all! Mark Coleman from Food Lifeline joins Good Day Seattle to explain.
A recent study published in Epidemiology and Psychiatric Sciences highlights the complex impact of friendships on health. While strong friendships were associated with improved well-being, such as reduced mortality risk and increased physical activity, the study also revealed a downside.
Kelsey Hatcher was just 17 when she learned she had a double uterus.
Holiday meals may be changing for millions of Americans struggling with obesity and taking a new generation of weight-loss drugs.
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) has issued a food safety alert linked to several fruits.
New technology is allowing kids who have never been able to walk before the opportunity to take steps of their own.
Dr. Tania Elliott is a board certified internist and allergist/immunologist with a passion for telemedicine and technology. She's joining Good Day Seattle to talk about tips for surviving cold and flu season.
Dr. Alex Billioux, Chief Medical Officer, UnitedHealthcare Community & State, joins Good Day Seattle to talk about social drivers of health.
Former first lady Rosalynn Carter spent five decades of championing the education, understanding, and normalizing of mental health and substance abuse treatment.
A big day ahead for Providence nurses. Today is the last day they will be on the picket lines.
This comes after more reports of illness in children who ate pouches of applesauce puree.
New flu data from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention shows flu is steadily rising.
A new study in the Journal of the American Medical Association suggests that cutting just one teaspoon of salt per day could have the same effect as taking blood pressure medication.
As respiratory illnesses begin to spread in western Washington, health officials are turning back to COVID-type precautions to clamp down on airborne infection.