The Everett Clinic's Mahesh Mulumudi, MD, Cardiology, was recently featured in Seattle Magazine’s “Top Doctors 2018” issue. He discusses, among other topics, how technology has changed cardiology and what patients should look for when choosing a doctor. Read more about In the news: Q&A Seattle Top Doctor Mahesh Mulumudi on Keeping a Healthy Heart
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Seattle Magazine published their 18th annual list of the Puget Sound's most accomplished and recommended physicians. 14 doctors at The Everett Clinic were named Seattle Magazine "Top Doc." Read more about 15 Top Doctors you should know at The Everett Clinic
Allergy shots work by building a tolerance to environmental allergens like pet dander, dust mites, pollens, grasses, and mold. Allergy shots significantly reduce allergy symptoms including watery, red and itchy eyes, runny nose, nasal congestion, sneezing, rashes and even asthma symptoms. Read more about What are allergy shots?
A healthy adult colon is about six feet long and works to remove water from the waste material before it leaves the body, as well as helping remove toxins and absorb various vitamins and nutrients into the bloodstream. Read more about Keep your gut healthy
Listen to Woodinville's Dr. Setsuko Hosoda on Health talk radio, KOMO 1000am / 97.7FM, 11 am, Sun., Feb. 25, with hosts Shannon O'Kelley, physical therapist and President of Integrated Rehabilitation Group, and Tom Hutlyer KOMO Radio. Read more about Listen Feb. 25: Dr. Setsuko Hosoda on KOMO Radio