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  • Donate blood, save a life

    Donate blood, save a life

    When you donate blood, you give back to your community and help protect the health of your family, friends and neighbors. Learn how you can help save lives.

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  • COVID vaccines for kids under 5: A Swedish expert answers questions

    COVID vaccines for kids under 5: A Swedish expert answers questions

    A Swedish pediatric infectious disease doctor offers advice to help you make an educated decision for your family.

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  • Visitor policy

    Visitor policy

    Updated COVID-19 visitation policy

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  • What you need to know about monkeypox

    What you need to know about monkeypox

    A Swedish infection control expert answers questions about this rare virus.

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  • New OBGYN Residency Will Boost Maternity Care Access.

    New OBGYN Residency Will Boost Maternity Care Access.

    Washington and surrounding states don’t have enough OBGYNs to meet patient needs. The new Swedish residency program will help solve that problem.

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  • Pride month and every month: celebrating our right to thrive

    Pride month and every month: celebrating our right to thrive

    Swedish’s program expands LGBTQIA+ healthcare in the Puget Sound region.

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  • It's Men's Health Month. A pro athlete shares some wellness tips.

    It's Men's Health Month. A pro athlete shares some wellness tips.

    Seattle Cascades Cutter Jack Brown discusses the importance of caring for our mental and physical health.

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  • Dementia Isn’t Definite: Learn How to Modify Your Risk

    Dementia Isn’t Definite: Learn How to Modify Your Risk

    Dementia is not an expected part of aging. Learn more about how you can reduce your risk and live a longer, healthier life.

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  • Pregnancy and COVID-19 vaccination

    Pregnancy and COVID-19 vaccination

    Answers to your vaccine questions if you're pregnant, thinking about becoming pregnant or are breastfeeding.

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  • No more excuses! It's time for that wellness checkup

    No more excuses! It's time for that wellness checkup

    It’s more important than ever to get back on track with your health and wellness.

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  • Swedish celebrates Pride month

    Swedish celebrates Pride month

    A conversation with Peter Mann-King (he, him, his), manager of the Swedish LGBTQI+ program

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  • Hernias: Know the Signs and Treatments for Abdominal Pain

    Hernias: Know the Signs and Treatments for Abdominal Pain

    Hernias are common in men and women. Learn more about the signs and available treatment options.

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  • Men’s health: It’s never too early to start annual exams.

    Men’s health: It’s never too early to start annual exams.

    Getting an annual exam might not sound like fun, but regular primary care appointments can lead to better health long term.

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  • FAQ: Swedish reproductive care

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  • How sick can kids get from COVID-19? A Swedish pediatric infectious disease doctor has answers.

    How sick can kids get from COVID-19? A Swedish pediatric infectious disease doctor has answers.

    A Swedish pediatric infectious disease doc has some answers about kids and COVID-19. Learn more.

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  • Questions about the COVID vaccine for kids? Swedish has some answers for you.

    Questions about the COVID vaccine for kids? Swedish has some answers for you.

    The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) released its guidance for COVID-19 vaccinations for kids ages 5 to 11. Learn more.

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  • COVID-19 vaccines: FDA approval, boosters and third dose for immunocompromised

    COVID-19 vaccines: FDA approval, boosters and third dose for immunocompromised

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  • Cancer survivorship affects your mind, body and spirit

    Cancer survivorship affects your mind, body and spirit

    A medical oncologist at Swedish offers insight into cancer survivorship and outlines strategies to make life after diagnosis a positive experience.

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  • The hard work of hope: Swedish celebrates Clinical Trials Day

    The hard work of hope: Swedish celebrates Clinical Trials Day

    We recognize historic advances in health and medicine and the ongoing work that will change lives for generations to come.

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  • Women’s health: Changes for every phase of life

    Women’s health: Changes for every phase of life

    Women’s health issues change through all phases of life. Find out what to expect at every age.

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  • Painful joints? Find ways to relieve the discomfort

    Painful joints? Find ways to relieve the discomfort

    A sports medicine expert at Swedish shares insights and information about the types of arthritis, available treatments, and the self-care steps to manage it.

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  • Five ways to care for yourself in the aftermath of a national tragedy

    Five ways to care for yourself in the aftermath of a national tragedy

    Swedish behavioral health experts offer advice to help you and your family move forward.

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  • Learn about the symptoms of and treatments for brain tumors.

    Learn about the symptoms of and treatments for brain tumors.

    Brain tumors are rare. They occur in various parts of the brain, causing a variety of symptoms. Learn about the signs and cutting-edge treatments.

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  • It’s National Stroke Awareness Month: What women should know

    It’s National Stroke Awareness Month: What women should know

    May is National Stroke Awareness Month, so we spoke with a Swedish neurologist about strokes in women. Learn about unique signs and symptoms.

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  • Five things you should know about the baby formula shortage

    Five things you should know about the baby formula shortage

    A Swedish expert offers advice for anxious parents.

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  • Melanoma is a common cancer. Learn about signs and treatments.

    Melanoma is a common cancer. Learn about signs and treatments.

    Melanoma is the fifth most common skin cancer. It’s invasive but is easily treated with early detection. Discover the signs and leading-edge therapies.

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  • Improving the occupation of living with occupational therapy

    Improving the occupation of living with occupational therapy

    Two occupational therapists at Swedish share an overview of Occupational therapy and answer common questions.

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  • During Nurses Week, Swedish announces three major gifts supporting our nurses

    During Nurses Week, Swedish announces three major gifts supporting our nurses

    The gifts will support programs that help nurses process pandemic trauma and build skills for coping with stress, exhaustion and burnout.

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  • Rooted in strength: Swedish First Hill Chief Nursing Officer Marci Mann on National Nurses Week

    Rooted in strength: Swedish First Hill Chief Nursing Officer Marci Mann on National Nurses Week

    A Swedish nurse leader discusses the incredible work of our nurses, the current critical moment and her hopes for the future of nursing.

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  • For Women's Health Week, fitness tips from a pro athlete

    For Women's Health Week, fitness tips from a pro athlete

    For some fitness advice from a pro, we caught up with Sharon Tsao (she/her) from the Swedish-sponsored Seattle Tempest women’s ultimate frisbee team.

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  • Recognize and manage the signs of mental health struggles.

    Recognize and manage the signs of mental health struggles.

    The pandemic has been difficult on our mental health. A mental health expert at Swedish shares some warning signs and coping tactics.

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  • New research brings hope for detecting and preventing Alzheimer’s disease

    New research brings hope for detecting and preventing Alzheimer’s disease

    A new blood test to detect Alzheimer’s disease is on the horizon, and recent research shows how you can lower your risk for the disease.

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  • Voices from the frontline: Ariana Tart-Zelvin, Ph.D.

    Voices from the frontline: Ariana Tart-Zelvin, Ph.D.

    Swedish Program for Healthy Aging neuropsychologist Ariana Tart-Zelvin, Ph.D., on Alzheimer's disease and how we can take control of our own risk factors for dementia. Learn more.

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