Edmonds Condo: New listing for sale – 503 6th Ave S Unit 4, Edmonds WA 98020

Edmonds condo for sale - 503 6th Ave S Unit 4, Edmonds WAA great new condo listing just popped up, overlooking Old Town Edmonds.  It’s a great property if you’re looking for a walkable neighborhood, proximity to beautiful Puget Sound beaches and ferries, as well as a serene, quiet home.

The private deck has a great view of the Olympic mountains, and it has quite a master suite.  Let us know if you’d like to see it in person.  

Here are the listing details (courtesy of Chavi Hohm and Kim Colaprete, Coldwell Banker Bain):

  • Taxes: $2,967
  • HOA Dues: $375 (H20, Sewer, Garbage, Earthquake Insurance, & Building Maintenance)
  • Updated Kitchen with New Stainless Steel Appliances
  • New Interior Wood Doors
  • Spacious Walk-in Closet for Large Wardrobe
  • Wired for Media Center with Surround Sound New Siding and a Replaced Roof
  • Two Renovated Baths with New Fixtures and Back Splashes
  • Picture Perfect Patio for Summer Sunsets Views of the Olympic Mountains
  • Large Extra Room Perfect for a Home Office or Out-of-Town Guests
  • Two Parking Spots (#4) & Storage Unit in Secure Garage 

Here is the live listing.  Get it while it’s hot, this market is moving fast:

503 6th Ave S Unit 4, Edmonds WA 98020

Source: http://www.seattlehome.com/blog/edmonds-condo-new-listing-sale-503-6th-ave-s-unit-4-edmonds-wa-98020/

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Sleep Characteristics in Patients with Whiplash-Associated Disorders: A Descriptive Study

Chiro.Org Blog: Neck pain related to whiplash-associated disorders (WAD) constitutes a significant health issue that leads patients to seek medical care in chiropractic and other physical therapy, rehabilitative clinics. Studies have indicated that individuals experience multiple clinical manifestations of WADs that lead to chronicity including postural changes, disability, headache, fatigue, and sleep disturbances. [1-4] Although studies have shown that sleep disturbances occur as a result of chronic pain, few studies have explored the relationship between patients with WAD and sleep quality. [4-6] […]

Source: http://chiro.org/wordpress/2014/01/07/sleep-characteristics-in-patients-with-whiplash-associated-disorders-a-descriptive-study/

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A Theoretical Model For The Development Of A Diagnosis-based Clinical Decision Rule For The Management Of Patients With Spinal Pain

Chiro.Org Blog: Chronic spinal pain is an increasingly common problem in Western Society [1]. Spinal disorders exact great costs, in terms of both direct medical costs and indirect costs related to disability and lost productivity [1-3]. A number of researchers have attempted to improve our ability to identify the causes of spinal pain as well as to diagnose and treat patients with this problem. In spite of this, accurate diagnosis, leading to specific, targeted treatments, of patients with spinal pain has been elusive. […]

Source: http://chiro.org/wordpress/2014/01/12/a-theoretical-model-for-the-development-of-a-diagnosis-based-clinical-decision-rule-for-the-management-of-patients-with-spinal-pain/

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Seattle Makes Top 10 Fastest-Growing Metros in America

The census bureau put out new data this week showing huge growth in the Seattle area.  King County had the fourth-largest population increase in the country from July 2012 to July 2013.  37,000 new residents came to the area during that period, a 1.8 percent increase.

The greater Seattle market, defined as Seattle-Tacoma-Bellevue by the census bureau, increased by 57,514 new residents during the same span. That put Seattle at #10 on the list of metropolitan areas gaining the most residents.  The hot job market, reasonable housing prices, and lack of a state income tax are all factors being cited as contributing to the attractiveness of the Seattle area.

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Source: http://www.seattlehome.com/blog/seattle-makes-top-10-fastest-growing-metros-america/

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Are stand up desks better for you?

Are Stand-Up Desks Really Any Healthier for Office Workers?


Standing desks or stand-up desks are not a new fad. They've been around since at least the time of Benjamin Franklin, the founding father who used one over two hundred years ago. However, there remains a great deal of controversy regarding the benefits and drawbacks of stand-up desks.

A number of sources agree that standing up while you work gives you more energy and keeps you more alert. The University of Chester performed a study in 2013 that showed heartbeats rose by ten beats per minute because of standing. This increased the number of calories burned each day. In addition, blood glucose levels after lunch returned to normal far faster in those study subjects who stood as they worked.

Others have found that standing helps reduce lower back pain. Users of stand-up desks found that they engaged more fully with their colleagues and felt more ready for action if something called them away from their desk. They felt their minds wandered far less and they stayed more focused. Some users even found that stand-up desks lent themselves to certain “power poses” that benefited physiology, increasing testosterone and decreasing cortisol, the stress hormone.

Stand-up desk users seemed to agree, though, that leg and foot soreness can be a problem. This may be a particular problem for individuals who are just starting to use a stand-up desk user and whose bodies aren’t yet accustomed to the new way of working. More comfortable shoes and an anti-fatigue mat can help reduce this problem. Gradually building up the amount of time spent at a stand-up desk can also help.

If you do opt for a stand-up desk, it's important to get one at the right height. Because each person is different, getting a custom desk built can be prohibitively expensive. A better alternative is to get an adjustable desk. One with hydraulic power can be lowered for occasional sitting and increased to a custom height to suit your individual needs.

Sitting for long periods each day can lead to all manner of illnesses—heart disease, diabetes, vein disease and more. But standing for long periods can also create health risks, especially vein disease.

A Cornell University ergonomics team found that the real solution was simply to move around regularly. If you're sitting at a desk, stand up every 20–30 minutes and move around for two minutes. The movement gets the blood pumping, increases calorie burn, and decreases the risks for heart disease, diabetes and other ailments. This doesn't require vigorous exercise. Simply pacing for a couple of minutes will be enough to undo the damage of sitting for half an hour. This, of course, requires an awareness of the time and a measure of discipline to move when the appointed time arrives. Adding some moderate exercise to your daily routine can do wonders for your health, even without the use of a stand-up desk.

Source: http://puyallup.blog.healthsourcechiro.com/2013/12/23/Arestandupdesksbetterforyou-32882066/

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Treatment Preferences Amongst Physical Therapists and Chiropractors for the Management of Neck Pain: Results of an International Survey

Chiro.Org Blog: This survey indicates that exercise and manual therapy are core treatments provided by chiropractors and non-American physical therapists. […]

Source: http://chiro.org/wordpress/2014/03/30/treatment-preferences-amongst-physical-therapists-and-chiropractors-for-the-management-of-neck-pain-results-of-an-international-survey/

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