January 08, 2019
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An Unforgettable Anniversary
In 1968, Dave and Vicki Schindele stood before family and friends and vowed to care for each other “in good...
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Making a home away from home
At her Belltown building, Patsy is grateful for her studio apartment, a community garden and on-site care when she needs it.
Keep smiling: Study links optimism to longevity
Researchers have found that optimistic men and women tend to live longer lives. So put on a smile – it might last into the next decade.
You've been diagnosed with AFib: Now what?
Learn how to live safely with AFib and lower your risk for other serious health problems like stroke.
Perimenopause: The transition phase before menopause
Hot flashes, mood shifts and menstrual changes can all be signs that your body is getting ready for menopause. Learn how to ease the discomfort.
Is Kombucha healthy?
Kombucha is a fizzy, fermented tea containing probiotics, antioxidants and other health-promoting properties.
Mission Hospital Trauma Symposium
Register for this one-day event focusing on current trauma topics for trauma nursing care.
9 signs your stomach pain isn't normal
Experts talk about the most common signs your tummy troubles need more than an over-the-counter remedy.
Advance care planning series: Complete
Tips on outlining your final wishes and sharing them with your loved ones through and advance directive.
Exercise and heart health series: Yoga
Whether you’re curious about starting yoga, or a seasoned yogi, practicing can have many benefits for your heart.
Data-driven meal plans, retail healthcare and smartphone imaging may be on the horizon
Data driven meals, healthcare inspired by successful retail strategy, and advanced imaging with a smartphone bring you the healthcare of the future.
First Annual Layla Paige’s Nature Walk for TrinityKids Care
Sign up for this special event to benefit TrinityKids Care, the only dedicated pediatric hospice and palliative care program in Southern California.
Providence hospitals grant $400,000 to Valley Area groups serving those in need
Celebrating the power of partnership, the three Providence hospitals in the Valley came together this week with leaders from 23 nonprofit groups to encourage networking.
When to get an X-ray
If you have an injury but can't tell if you need an X-ray, here are a few tips to help you make the decision.
5 things hospitals can do to keep women from dying during childbirth
Far too many women in the U.S. die during and after childbirth. Providence St. Joseph Health's Amy Compton-Phillips offers some advice to protect women during childbirth.
Congested? Essential oils to the rescue!
Learn how essential oils may help you fight those annoying cold symptoms.
Five secrets for aging gracefully
September is Healthy Aging Month. Celebrate with these five tips for living your best life as you age.
Six ways chronic pain affects your heart
Chronic pain that lasts for more than 12 weeks can affect all areas of your life, but especially your heart.
Round-up: Top health news
An overview of three of the summer’s biggest healthcare stories.
Teen suicide: Know the warning signs
Making a connection with any teen that is struggling can make a huge difference. Find out what to look for and how to help.
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