Swedish DBS (Deep Brain Stimulation) patient Ian Curtis shares his story with the community in a segment that aired on KUOW last week. He was interviewed with internationally recognized neurosurgeon Andres Lozano who was visiting Seattle. Click here to read or hear the story from KUOW.
Reducing fear for kids who need blood tests or shots
Imagine the following scenario: for several weeks, your daughter has been complaining of a tummy ache. ...
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Spotlight: Dr. Krish Patel, Hematologist
It’s important to feel comfortable asking your doctor questions, and sharing about yourself. One of our Swedish oncologists took some time to share a little bit about himself.
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.
Help Navigating Finances when Dealing with Cancer
A new comprehensive financial resource is available from the Swedish Cancer Institute to help cancer patients with questions. Read more about it here.
Building Community Partnership: Northwest Hope & Healing
Giving the Gift of Hope: Having cancer is hard enough. Paying for everyday basics shouldn't be.
Flu shot myths
No one wants the flu, so why doesn’t everyone get the vaccine? Get the facts behind the most common flu shot myths.
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.
Getting to know the Swedish Hereditary Cancer Clinic
An interview with a gene detective. What you should know about genetic counseling and testing when impacted by cancer.
Spotlight: Acupuncture for Cancer Patients
Medical acupuncture is an effective way to help manage pain for cancer patients. Learn more about Dr. Rudolf, and the Swedish Pain Services team.
Diet series: Comparing low-carb diets Paleo vs. Whole 30
Understanding all the diet plan options available can be overwhelming. Learn more about these two low-carb diets.
Emotional Healing After Cancer
There is a lot wrapped into the word “survivor”, when related to cancer. Our Swedish Cancer Institute survivorship team helps you begin to navigate it all here.
How to talk to your child about vaping
Vaping has gained popularity among youth. Learn about the effects of vaping and how to talk to your child about its dangers.
Neurofibromatosis: The most common genetic disorder
NF causes tumors to form along the nerves affecting the nervous system and many other parts of the body. Learn who’s at risk.
Breast cancer prevention: The good news
Breast cancer prevention starts with knowing your risk. Routine mammography screening and self-breast exams are key components of every woman’s health, regardless of risk.
Quick guide: Prevent & reverse artery plaque buildup
Learn how to prevent hypertension and heart attacks.
Exercise after delivery: How to avoid injury
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Heart disease and stroke prevention: It starts with knowing the risks
World Heart Day and World Stroke Day help build awareness about the benefits of healthy lifestyle choices and how you can reduce your risk of disease.
Is it sleep deprivation or sleep deficiency?
Find out if you're just sleepy or if you have the signs of a sleep disorder.
Promoting resilience in young children: Five tips for parents
Find out how to improve emotional well-being for children and prevent mental health disorders before they begin.
Coping with grief