Yes, you can train your brain, especially to memorize things. But, it probably won’t help you find your keys or remember what you wanted to buy at the store if you forgot. Here’s some basic advice on how to keep your brain healthy, especially as you age.
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Practicing yoga on a regular basis provides benefits for both your body and mind. Learn how this age-old practice can improve your health.
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A new comprehensive financial resource is available from the Swedish Cancer Institute to help cancer patients with questions. Read more about it here.
Giving the Gift of Hope: Having cancer is hard enough. Paying for everyday basics shouldn't be.
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An interview with a gene detective. What you should know about genetic counseling and testing when impacted by cancer.
Medical acupuncture is an effective way to help manage pain for cancer patients. Learn more about Dr. Rudolf, and the Swedish Pain Services team.
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.
Osteitis pubis can cause groin pain during pregnancy and after birth. Listen to your body and take your time getting back to exercise.
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