A recent study found that more eighth- and 10th-graders are using pot since Washington legalized marijuana. And more kids don’t think pot is harmful. But marijuana can hurt teens in lasting ways. Think IQ. Here are some signs your child might be using pot and how to respond.
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Swedish recently hit the 100-patient milestone for Cellular therapy. Learn what the accomplishment means for cancer patients in the region.
Evidence outlined in a new research publication co-authored by Dr. Jason Goldman of Providence Swedish could help respond to the shortage of donated organs during COVID-19.
A Swedish behavioral health expert offers advice for when we are overwhelmed by negative or distressing thoughts.
A Swedish expert explains the importance of blood donations and the real-life consequences for many patients when blood supplies run dangerously low.
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.
This year marks the 60th anniversary of Dr. King's monumental "I Have a Dream" speech.
January is Thyroid Awareness Month.
A Swedish behavioral health expert on the mood-boosting power of positive self-talk.
You can improve the health of your gut microbiome in just one day — here’s how.
Cervical cancer is preventable, detectable and treatable. Learn how to protect yourself with the HPV vaccine and regular screenings.
We give parents-to-be the tools they need to make the best possible start. Learn how we support you, from prenatal care to hands-on help postpartum.
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.
A behavioral health expert at Swedish offers insights into the popularity of New Year’s resolutions and shares tips to increase your success rate.
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Try this exercise to help reflect on the positive parts of your day and boost your mood.
A year and a half after a stem-cell transplant, Barbara Travers hiked to the top of Mount St. Helens, helping to raise nearly $50,000 for women with cancer.
Advice from a Swedish sports doc on exercising safely in cold weather. Learn more.