Tanmeet Sethi, M.D., believes in the power of food. She teaches a cooking class at Swedish to help new doctors understand how healthy food can be better than medicine when it comes to treating chronic illnesses. Read or listen to audio about one class.
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Hormones for hot flashes: Should you consider them?
Can hormone replacement therapy help manage menopause symptoms?
Eating disorders (ED), as the name suggests, are characterized by a difficult relationship with food and feeding behaviors.
Three Ways Sleep Affects Your Blood Sugar Levels
Learn how your nightly sleep routine affects your blood sugar levels and overall health. Get tips from the experts at Swedish.
Online Media and Your Health
Social media, podcasts and streaming media services and online gaming are wonderful tools to stay in touch, keep informed and entertained. However, for some it becomes a significant distraction.
Is Minimally Invasive Hip Replacement Surgery Right For You?
Minimally invasive hip replacement surgery at Swedish can relieve your pain and improve your quality of life. Learn more.
Talking to Teens About Stress
Eight simple ways to start the conversation.
Understanding Situational Depression
Situational depression follows a major tragedy or life event that reduces your ability to cope. Learn more from the Swedish experts.
Side Effects of Excess Vitamin D
Taking too much vitamin D can cause rare but serious health issues and damage your continued wellbeing. Learn more.
Spotlight: Music Therapy at Swedish Cancer Institute
Our very own music therapist, Betsy Hartman, shares her knowledge and experience on the positive benefits of using music therapy as part of the psychosocial oncology care.
Recognize the Subtle Signs of Depression.
Learn more from Swedish about the subtle signs of depression, like changes in personality, appetite, and sleep patterns.
Knee Replacement Surgery – When is it Time to Say Yes?
The experts at Swedish can help you decide when it’s time to schedule your knee replacement surgery. Learn more.
Are you allergic or intolerant to certain foods?
Find out how to tell the difference.
Nurses Week Profile: Margo Bykonen, Chief Nursing Officer
Learn how she has spent her career helping people and her community.
After Cancer Treatment Surveillance: Lymphedema
Lymphedema is swelling that occurs in the arms or legs and can be caused by surgery, radiation therapy or by injury or infection.
Green Goddess Buddha Bowl
Eating healthy can be tasty! Buddha Bowl: a light, healthy and delicious meal comprised of a whole grain, lots of vegetables, protein of your choice and to top it off, a flavorful sauce.
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.
Coping with Anxiety during Treatment
Cancer diagnosis can cause overwhelming emotional stress and anxiety, but no one has to it cope with it alone.
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.
Cancer Survivorship Clinic
Our very own Survivorship clinic nurse practitioner explains the importance of visiting the survivorship clinic and/or attending free survivorship classes at Swedish.
Are you Sleepless in Seattle? The Guide to Getting Restful Sleep