Swedish Health Team

  • 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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  • 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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  • With 10-year anniversary, the Swedish MS Center marks a decade of healing

    With 10-year anniversary, the Swedish MS Center marks a decade of healing

    Swedish's MS Center is the country's largest and most comprehensive.

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  • A Reason to Celebrate: Vaccines save lives

    A Reason to Celebrate: Vaccines save lives

    We’re celebrating the lifesaving work of scientists and researchers, and individuals and families in protecting themselves from serious diseases.

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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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  • What is the BA.2 subvariant and should we be worried?

    What is the BA.2 subvariant and should we be worried?

    A Swedish infection prevention expert answers basic questions about the BA.2 subvariant of omicron.

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  • It's National LGBTQ Health Awareness Week

    It's National LGBTQ Health Awareness Week

    We recognize victories of community organizers, with much work still to be done.

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  • Innovation, compassion and learning on the fly

    Innovation, compassion and learning on the fly

    Swedish Cherry Hill CNO Renee Rassilyer-Bomers on responding to COVID

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  • What do the new masking guidelines mean? Advice from a Swedish infection control expert.

    What do the new masking guidelines mean? Advice from a Swedish infection control expert.

    As of March 12, face masks are no longer required in many indoor settings, but all Swedish locations require universal masking.

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  • New study advances the prediction and treatment of long COVID

    New study advances the prediction and treatment of long COVID

    Key warning signs, or PASC Factors, include pre-existing Type 2 diabetes and Epstein-Barr virus DNA in the blood.

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  • Questions about COVID-19 testing? A Swedish expert has answers

    Questions about COVID-19 testing? A Swedish expert has answers

    Answers to some of common questions about when and where to get tested for COVID-19, and what to do after you get your results. Learn more.

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  • You can help protect yourself and others from COVID-19

    You can help protect yourself and others from COVID-19

    You can help stop the COVID-19 surge. Take action today.

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  • Donating blood saves lives: Make a Difference Today

    Donating blood saves lives: Make a Difference Today

    Celebrate National Blood Donor Month by rolling up your sleeve and donating blood. Learn what to expect and sign up to donate today.

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  • Understanding chronic pain

    Understanding chronic pain

    Learn more about chronic pain, its causes, risks and advanced treatment options available at Swedish to address its impact on your life.

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  • New  labeling guidelines for breast implants

    New labeling guidelines for breast implants

    The U.S. Food and Drug Administration provided updated informational material for patients interested in breast implants. Learn more.

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  • What do I need to know about the omicron variant? Advice from Swedish caregivers to help you stay safe.

    What do I need to know about the omicron variant? Advice from Swedish caregivers to help you stay safe.

    The omicron variant, new variant of the virus that causes COVID-19, has been identified and designated a “variant of concern” by the World Health Organization. Learn more.

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  • Support, Community for Family Members Who Become Caregivers

    Support, Community for Family Members Who Become Caregivers

    Swedish is helping ease the way for those supporting loved ones during serious illness. Read 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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  • Experts recommend changes to low-dose aspirin protocol. What do you need to know?

    Experts recommend changes to low-dose aspirin protocol. What do you need to know?

    The U.S. Preventative Services Task Force (USPSTF),made some recommendations for changing the protocol of low-dose aspirin to prevent cardiovascular disease and colorectal cancer. learn more.

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  • Be a quitter on November 18. Join the Great American Smokeout and kick tobacco.

    Be a quitter on November 18. Join the Great American Smokeout and kick tobacco.

    On Nov. 18, thousands of people across the country will take a major step toward ending their tobacco use by participating in the Great American Smokeout. Learn more.

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