Swedish Health Team

  • Are you languishing?

    Are you languishing?

    Feeling a little blergh? Neither good nor sad and sort of on autopilot? Get tips from a behavioral health specialist to move from languishing to flourishing.

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  • Updated COVID-19 safety guidelines for fully vaccinated people

    Updated COVID-19 safety guidelines for fully vaccinated people

    CDC says fully vaccinated people may resume indoor and outdoor activities without masks, physical distancing

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  • Know how to recognize subtle signs of stroke in women

    Know how to recognize subtle signs of stroke in women

    Symptoms of stroke in women can be subtle and easy to ignore. Find out how to recognize the signs you're having a stroke and why it's important to know your risk factors.

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  • Our continuing commitment to your safety

    Our continuing commitment to your safety

    Your safety is our top priority. Learn how we’re keeping you safe at every stage of the COVID-19 pandemic.

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  • Still on the fence about getting vaccinated?

    Still on the fence about getting vaccinated?

    5 facts you should know

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  • Put distractions in the ‘back seat’ and stay focused on the road

    Put distractions in the ‘back seat’ and stay focused on the road

    Make the pledge to Just Drive and reduce distractions in the car. Discover why it’s so important and just how dangerous taking a call may be.

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  • Take control of your good health with regular cancer screenings

    Take control of your good health with regular cancer screenings

    April is Cancer Control Month, a time to honor our loved ones affected by cancer and to pledge to stay on top of our own cancer screenings. Learn more.

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  • Is spring fever real? It certainly feels like it!

    Is spring fever real? It certainly feels like it!

    Feeling a little lighter and brighter with the warmer days of spring? You’re not alone! Read about spring fever, its signs and benefits to your health.

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  • Raising awareness of health disparities that affect LGBT communities

    Raising awareness of health disparities that affect LGBT communities

    Swedish highlights two physicians who provide gender-affirming care during National LGBT Health Awareness Week. Learn more.

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  • Connecting communities to COVID-19 vaccine

    Connecting communities to COVID-19 vaccine

    Swedish Chief Health Equity Officer Nwando Anyaoku, M.D., who leads Swedish’s mobile clinic efforts, is often called upon to speak with community groups and panels about her work and experience in add

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  • Power of Community: Swedish Vaccine Clinic at Seattle U

    Power of Community: Swedish Vaccine Clinic at Seattle U

    Volunteers and patients share their thoughts during the final day of the COVID-19 Vaccine Clinic at Seattle University's Campion Hall.

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  • People ages 12+ now eligible for the COVID-19 vaccine

    People ages 12+ now eligible for the COVID-19 vaccine

    Updated COVID-19 vaccine information for patients.

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  • Reducing prematurity rates with equal access and care for all

    Reducing prematurity rates with equal access and care for all

    The numbers of babies born too soon have steadily risen over the past few years, particularly among women of color. Access to care can help.

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  • Is inflammation speeding up your aging process?

    Is inflammation speeding up your aging process?

    Long term inflammation can lead to many chronic conditions like diabetes, heart disease or arthritis, as you grow older. Find out more.

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  • Pancreatic cancer doesn’t always show symptoms right away

    Pancreatic cancer doesn’t always show symptoms right away

    Pancreatic cancer is not a common type of cancer, but it can be serious. Learn the signs, risk factors and how exercise can impact outcomes.

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  • Understand your risk of diabetes

    Understand your risk of diabetes

    Diabetes is a common but serious chronic health condition. Read about your diabetes risk and how to manage your good health.

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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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  • 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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  • 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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