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September is Childhood Cancer Awareness Month. We talk about symptoms, diagnosis and treatment for three of the most common cancers in children.
Dig in with these delicious recipes inspired by the rich and diverse culinary cuisine of Spanish-speaking countries.
It’s Gynecologic Cancer Awareness Month, so take the time to learn more about ovarian, endometrial/uterine, vulvar and vaginal cancer prevention.
In this Suicide Prevention Week, we shine the spotlight on resources for mental health awareness and decreasing the stigma of suicide prevention.
If you’re dealing with chronic pain, find non-invasive treatments and strategies to get you back on track.
Pregnancy and childbirth don’t always go as planned. Haley Bufkin learned that firsthand and was grateful to have Covenant caretakers by her side.
Home remedies usually help ease cold and flu symptoms. Know how to take care, and when it’s time to see a Providence Provider.
Bladder and bowel issues have a big impact on women’s quality of life as they age. Don’t be afraid to ask for help.
Caroline Mazel-Carlton, an outspoken advocate for those with mental illness, speaks on the Hear Me Now Podcast about what it’s like to hear voices.
The skilled care team at Providence Mission Hospital help patients return to everyday life free from neck and back pain through a variety of innovative technology and treatments.
The mental health crisis among young people is growing. Providence is at the forefront of raising awareness. Here are the stories of two young advocates.
Learn more of our complete guide on how to save water at home.
It’s that time of year when young athletes all over the country are completing their sports physicals. ExpressCare offers options for busy parents.
Volunteering has many health benefits. Dr. James Beckerman and Brittn Grey of Providence discuss how you can help others and get healthier, too.
We continue our series with Dr. Melanie Santos about questions women may want to ask their primary care doctors. Our focus this month: Women in their 40s.
Headache disorders, including migraines, affect more than 50% of people worldwide. Discover how to prevent and manage headache pain.
Gastroesophageal reflux disease (GERD), commonly associated with the symptom of heartburn, is a chronic condition that can lead to bigger problems. Providence has world-renowned experts in GERD.
We highlight one of the female leaders at Providence — Azizza Barnes, chair for the SoCal Diversity, Equity & Inclusion Council
Playing sports is great for mental and physical health. Be sure you’re training the healthiest way possible. Learn more from our sports medicine experts.
Heart disease is the No. 1 cause of death for women in the United States. Let your primary care provider become your partner in managing risk factors.