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Holiday Food A Nightmare for Diabetics

A guide for elderly diabetics.

No Country For Old Men

How coming to and living in America can be an unbearable reality for senior APIs.

No Country For Old Men

Armed with goodwill and faith, waves of API immigrants have come to see what life in America is all about. But API seniors have unique challenges that limit their ability to assimilate. This is...

Keeping it Real Estate and Getting Yourself Out of Financial Binds

Your house is the biggest investment you can have in life, and it just makes sense for you to take good care of it. Maintaining its upkeep is sure to make your life more...

Keeping it Real Estate and Getting Yourself Out of Financial Binds

Teresita Batayola, CEO of International Community Health Services (ICHS) received Puget Sound Business Journal's Women of Influence Award on November 9. Puget Sound Business Journal interviewed Batayola about her career and work at ICHS

Picking Up the Pace in Little Saigon

There’s a big move to revitalize Little Saigon by acquiring a neighborhood park — a “showpiece for the community.” So says Quang Nguyen, who is spearheading efforts under the leadership of Joyce Pisnanont. Both...

Picking Up the Pace in Little Saigon

The Korean ChuSeok Festival will be on Saturday, September 23, 2017 from 11:00 AM to 6:00 PM at the Asia Pacific Cultural Center (4851 S. Tacoma Way, Tacoma, WA). This festival is a free family event and will feature the Korean performing arts group Kkocdooseh, as well as food booths, tea tasting, rice cake making, and other hands-on activities. 

How Safe is Our Water?

Water is the most abundant resource in nature. 70 percent of the earth’s surface is made up of water and it is so essential to life that a person can survive without food but...

How Safe is Our Water?

A new video featuring staff, patients, and providers from International Community Health Services (ICHS) will advocate for the Affordable Care Act (ACA) in the face of a new political agenda threatening vital health care funding. Community health centers like ICHS aim to bring equitable health care access to communities and individuals that need it, and much of their funding comes from the ACA. As the leaps in health care policy made during the Obama administration are threatened, community health centers—and with them, many people’s access to health care—stand on the edge of a knife.