When babies are born, they encounter bacteria for the first time as they pass through the womb and into the world. And that’s a good thing, because bacteria from mom could keep kids from getting allergies and asthma. In this video and accompanying article, Elizabeth Meade, M.D., assistant chief of pediatrics at Swedish, explains.
The best way to treat lung cancer successfully is to catch it early. A Swedish patient and former longtime ...
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Providence Swedish will become the official health care partner for the Sounders.
A Swedish infection control expert answers questions about the XBB.1.5 COVID variant.
Swedish’s program has received certification from DNV, a national healthcare certification and accreditation organization.
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A Swedish behavioral health expert on the mood-boosting power of positive self-talk.
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Women with substance use disorder reflect on challenges they overcame during pregnancy with help from addiction and recovery services at Swedish.
A Swedish expert guides us through an anxiety-reducing exercise called Progressive Muscle Relaxation.
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