“We worry about so many things in our lives — our families, our students — that taking care of ourselves comes last,” said Quinn. “It’s so important to value yourself and your health and to make that time. Whatever you enjoy doing in life, you want to make sure you enjoy it for a long time, right?”
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"I was surprised to see how much [arsenic] got loaded into these systems."--Associate Professor Jim Gawel
Erica Cline, an associate professor at the University of Washington Tacoma...also found higher rates of farmed salmon being swapped...
Three UW Tacoma geoscientists assess the impact of a major Cascadia Subduction Zone earthquake on the South Sound, and highlight some controversial conclusions in a recent New Yorker story on “The Really Big One.”