Swedish Blog

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  • What 'shelter in place' means and why it matters

    What 'shelter in place' means and why it matters

    Shelter in place is an important part of what states are doing to lower the number of people who get sick with coronavirus (COVID-19). Learn what that means to you.

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  • New nutrition facts labels: What you should know

    New nutrition facts labels: What you should know

    Eating a balanced diet just got easier with the help of the newly updated Nutrition Facts label. Find out how these changes are relevant to your diet and nutrition.

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  • Coping with MS as a newly diagnosed young adult

    Coping with MS as a newly diagnosed young adult

    Dr. James Bowen, director of the MS Center at Swedish, offers insight to help you navigate the new landscape of an MS diagnosis.

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  • Bring awareness about HIV to those at risk

    Bring awareness about HIV to those at risk

    Being aware of the ongoing problem of HIV and AIDS are reminders to spread hope and offer tips for prevention to all who are at risk.

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  • Preparing for a colonoscopy? Read this first.

    Preparing for a colonoscopy? Read this first.

    March is colorectal cancer prevention month. Get the answers to commonly asked questions about colonoscopies and learn how to prepare for one.

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  • Four medications that can affect your memory

    Four medications that can affect your memory

    Some medications can cause forgetfulness and disorientation for senior adults. Learn if your medication is on the list.

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  • From volunteer to patient: Marjorie's story

    From volunteer to patient: Marjorie's story

    Marjorie Hillson finds herself in an unexpected and meaningful journey from being a volunteer to a new patient at Swedish Cancer Institute

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  • Winter recipe: Coconut curry recipe

    Winter recipe: Coconut curry recipe

    With this cold and rainy weather, this coconut curry will bring comfort with mouth-bursting creamy flavors

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  • Effects of music as medicine during bone marrow biopsy

    Effects of music as medicine during bone marrow biopsy

    A study that uses music as a medical intervention to moderate distress, anxiety, or pain during bone marrow biopsy

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  • Five essential guidelines to control infection

    Five essential guidelines to control infection

    Preventing infection is essential for patients with a weakened immune system in order to heal properly.

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  • Fear and cancer: What’s next after treatment ends?

    Fear and cancer: What’s next after treatment ends?

    The transition from cancer treatment to remission can be an anxious time. Learn how you can control the fear and anxiety

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  • Building Community Partnership: Chemo Bags of Hope

    Building Community Partnership: Chemo Bags of Hope

    Chemo Bags of Hope is a local organization that spreads hope one bag at a time to patients facing chemotherapy and radiation

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  • CAR-T cell therapy: A promising and innovative treatment

    CAR-T cell therapy: A promising and innovative treatment

    Introducing this promising and innovative treatment at SCI, CAR-T Cell Therapy is offering hope to cancer patients who have been through two lines of unsuccessful treatment.

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  • Understanding women's heart health with Dr. Sarah Speck

    Understanding women's heart health with Dr. Sarah Speck

    Our conversation with Dr. Sarah Speck from the Swedish Heart and Vascular Institute uncovers answers to common questions about women and heart disease.

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  • Yoga for heart health

    Yoga for heart health

    Yoga promotes heart health by reducing stress and lowering blood pressure, cholesterol, and heart rate. Learn more about the benefits of yoga.

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  • Just had a baby and need support at home? Swedish doulas to the rescue.

    Just had a baby and need support at home? Swedish doulas to the rescue.

    New mom of two answers questions and shares how the postpartum doula program at Swedish helped ease the transition of bringing home her new baby.

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  • Be your own Valentine with self-care

    Be your own Valentine with self-care

    Swedish shares seven ways self-care can help you celebrate your relationship with yourself this Valentine’s Day.

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  • Debunking the myths about teen antidepressant use

    Debunking the myths about teen antidepressant use

    Swedish examines five common myths about teens, antidepressant use and depression treatment.

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  • Go Red for Women: More than just a fashion statement

    Go Red for Women: More than just a fashion statement

    Go Red for Women kicks off February’s American Heart Month celebrations by helping raise awareness of heart disease, fund lifesaving research and advocate for change.

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  • Swedish nurse spotlight: Rachel Bry

    Swedish nurse spotlight: Rachel Bry

    Rachel Bry wasn’t sure if she wanted to be a nurse. See how one doctor’s encouraging words helped her set a course for a career as an RN in oncology.

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