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  • Visitor Policy

    Visitor Policy

    All routine visiting is suspended at our hospital campuses until further notice.

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  • When to schedule a prostate cancer screening

    When to schedule a prostate cancer screening

    Learn the signs and whether you’re at risk for prostate cancer during September’s Prostate Cancer Awareness Month.

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  • How to help someone in the midst of a mental health crisis

    How to help someone in the midst of a mental health crisis

    To mark National Suicide Prevention Week, Swedish shares tips and offers support that can help make a difference.

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  • Why it’s even more important this year to be prepared for cold and flu season

    Why it’s even more important this year to be prepared for cold and flu season

    This fall, we’ll likely find ourselves working to reduce of risk of getting three different viruses: colds, the flu and COVID-19. Learn how you can stay healthy.

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  • Get the facts on joint replacement

    Get the facts on joint replacement

    Advances in joint replacement are leading to shorter recovery, less pain and more movement. Find out if it’s right for you.

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  • Black Breastfeeding Week – and Why it Matters

    Black Breastfeeding Week – and Why it Matters

    We’re celebrating Black Breastfeeding Week by acknowledging the barriers Black mothers face and how we can remove them.

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  • Back to school looks different this year: Set the stage for success

    Back to school looks different this year: Set the stage for success

    Whether your kids are heading back in masks or learning virtually, find ways to prepare your family for what's next.

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  • Managing expectations when timelines are dictated by COVID-19

    Managing expectations when timelines are dictated by COVID-19

    The pandemic is creating a new timeline and tossing old traditions out the door. Discover how you can help your family manage new expectations.

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  • Don't put off your diabetes and blood pressure screenings

    Don't put off your diabetes and blood pressure screenings

    These health conditions can contribute to serious illnesses and disease. It's important to know your risks.

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  • It's National Minority Donor Awareness Month

    It's National Minority Donor Awareness Month

    This event highlights the need for organ donations within multicultural communities. Learn more.

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  • COVID-19 research at Swedish

    COVID-19 research at Swedish

    Swedish cancer specialists have developed an international, multicenter study to capture data about COVID-19 treatment typically used in cancer therapy.

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  • The pandemic may increase the risk of PTSD for some

    The pandemic may increase the risk of PTSD for some

    Experts warn the aftermath of COVID-19 could include a rise in the number of people who experience PTSD.

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  • What does It Mean to Heal?

    What does It Mean to Heal?

    The oncology survivorship nurse practitioner and the class facilitator explore the idea of healing and finding ways to support cancer patients exactly where they are in their healing journey.

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  • Is COVID-19 causing strokes in younger people?

    Is COVID-19 causing strokes in younger people?

    Learn about how COVID-19 may be causing strokes in younger people, warning signs to watch for and why you shouldn’t wait to get care.

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  • “To-do” or “To-be,” in the Time of COVID-19

    “To-do” or “To-be,” in the Time of COVID-19

    With the impact of COVID-19, our world has changed, our priorities have shifted and our lives have slowed down.When things do not go as planned, practice leaning into a "to-be" list.

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  • Northwest Hope & Healing Carries Women through Crisis with Unprecedented $50,000 Contribution

    Northwest Hope & Healing Carries Women through Crisis with Unprecedented $50,000 Contribution

    Founded in 2000, Northwest Hope and Healing (NWHH) has provided patients facing breast and gynecological cancers at the Swedish Cancer Institute (SCI) with immediate financial assistance.

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  • Recipe: How to Make Fire Cider

    Recipe: How to Make Fire Cider

    With its garlicky heat and vibrant flavor, fire cider is a traditional tonic that may help to boost the immune system and support your health through various seasons. And it is super simple to make

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  • Cancer Care in the Era of COVID-19 Pandemic

    Cancer Care in the Era of COVID-19 Pandemic

    Cancer patients are at increased risk of COVID-19 infection as per the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) guidelines.

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  • Exercise is Medicine for Cancer Survivors. How can You Stay Active during a Pandemic?

    Exercise is Medicine for Cancer Survivors. How can You Stay Active during a Pandemic?

    Exercise is medicine for cancer survivors. Here are tips that you can do it at home during this pandemic.

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  • Integrative Medicine Service: Getting The Benefits of Natural Medicine while Avoiding The Risks

    Integrative Medicine Service: Getting The Benefits of Natural Medicine while Avoiding The Risks

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  • Family fitness at home

    Family fitness at home

    Swedish helps you recognize your child’s activity “type” and offers a list of activities to promote family fitness activities you can do at home.

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