Primary Care

Expert opinions and insights on methods to ensure you and your little ones grow up healthy and strong

  • Evaluation of Biomarkers in Breast Cancer Survivors: “Surviving through Breast Cancer (VIBE)”

    Evaluation of Biomarkers in Breast Cancer Survivors: “Surviving through Breast Cancer (VIBE)”

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  • Fall Recipe: Apple Pumpkin Shake

    Fall Recipe: Apple Pumpkin Shake

    Our Swedish Cancer Institute dietitians are in on the Fall food fun, and have provided a pumpkin recipe for your enjoyment.

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  • Building Community Partnership: Northwest Hope & Healing

    Building Community Partnership: Northwest Hope & Healing

    Giving the Gift of Hope: Having cancer is hard enough. Paying for everyday basics shouldn't be.

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  • Healing Music Playlist | On-demand healing music at your fingertips!

    Healing Music Playlist | On-demand healing music at your fingertips!

    Creating & listening to music playlists is fun, but did you know it can be therapeutic? Here are some tips from a Board-Certified music therapist, to help fight cancer by finding just the right mix.

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  • Exercise after delivery: How to avoid injury

    Exercise after delivery: How to avoid injury

    Osteitis pubis can cause groin pain during pregnancy and after birth. Listen to your body and take your time getting back to exercise.

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  • National Infant Immunization Week

    National Infant Immunization Week

    Since 1994 communities, doctors, and scientists across the country have joined together to highlight the critical role infant vaccination plays in protecting children.

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  • Mindfulness in everyday life

    Mindfulness in everyday life

    In the world of wellness, practicing mindfulness is a big deal. And for good reason. It is a scientifically validated method to help cope with stress, chronic pain, depression, and anxiety.

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  • Are you Sleepless in Seattle? The Guide to Getting Restful Sleep

    Are you Sleepless in Seattle? The Guide to Getting Restful Sleep

    Getting a quality sleep is vital in maintaining physical, mental and emotional health

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  • Care for yourself while you care for your new baby

    Care for yourself while you care for your new baby

    Make yourself a priority and stay healthy after childbirth.

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  • A healthy social life is good for your health

    A healthy social life is good for your health

    Recent studies reveal friendships are good for your body, mind and soul.

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  • Spring Cleaning for Health

    Spring Cleaning for Health

    Spring is a great time to tackle cleaning, home projects, and organization. But when the Marie Kondo urge strikes, don’t forget to include areas that can most affect your health.

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  • Avoid allergy triggers; improve allergy symptoms

    The truth is, environmental allergies can happen any time of year and can be due to both indoor and outdoor allergens, or triggers. But many people have their worst symptoms at this time of year, and

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  • Healthiest Spring Produce

    Healthiest Spring Produce

    Great picks for springtime seasonal fruits and veggies

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  • The allergic salute and how to put it behind you

    The allergic salute and how to put it behind you

    If you find yourself or your children constantly reaching for a tissue to wipe a runny rose, how can you tell whether an allergy or a cold is the cause?

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  • How to put a stop to strep in your family

    How to put a stop to strep in your family

    Take these basic precautionary measures to prevent streptococcal bacterial infection from spreading.

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  • Is elderberry the tool you need to fight the common cold?

    Is elderberry the tool you need to fight the common cold?

    Learn more about this popular ingredient in over-the-counter cold treatments.

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  • Red meat linked again to heart disease risk

    Red meat linked again to heart disease risk

    Research has found that people who eat red meat produce more of a chemical byproduct called TMAO which has been linked to heart disease.

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  • Wellness at Work: How to avoid compassion fatigue and caregiver burnout

    Wellness at Work: How to avoid compassion fatigue and caregiver burnout

    Occupational wellness can be a unique challenge for caregivers. How can we best take care of ourselves while caring for others is our job?

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  • Adjusting lifestyle to fatty liver disease

    Adjusting lifestyle to fatty liver disease

    In the United States, nonalcoholic fatty liver disease is the most common form of chronic liver disease, and the number of people diagnosed each year is steadily increasing.

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  • Judge for yourself: RBG's workout is fabulous

    Judge for yourself: RBG's workout is fabulous

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