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The cardiac care team at Providence Sacred Heart Medical Center helped a Spokane man survive a widow-maker heart attack with fast, expert treatment.
As fall and winter move in, your children may be exposed to the triple threat of RSV, the flu and COVID-19. Here’s how to tell the difference.
Understand stigmas about suicide and find mental health and suicide prevention resources from a Providence clinical psychologist.
The best way to handle sickness is to get lots of rest and stay away from others. Learn more ways to treat a cold or flu this fall and winter.
The flu can be life-threatening for anyone — especially those who are 65 and older or pregnant, or young children and infants. Learn how to protect yourself.
Providence Swedish prioritizes providing LGBTQIA+-informed health care. Learn how informed care helps improve outcomes for the LGBTQIA+ community.
It can be difficult to start a conversation about end-of-life care, but it’s important to talk to your loved ones about creating an advance directive.
Contrary to what some people believe, vaping is not a safe alternative to smoking. Most e-cigarettes have nicotine and other chemicals that cause harm. (Up to 155 characters) Contrary to what some
Aging at home can be challenging. Find out how you can overcome home health care obstacles by planning ahead.
The sun’s warmth feels good, but its UV rays can cause sunburn or skin cancer. Learn how you can keep your family safe this summer.
Sometimes a child is just different than other children — and sometimes they may have autism spectrum disorder (ASD). Learn the signs of autism.
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Spring is peak season for allergy and asthma flare-ups, so it’s the perfect time of year to learn about the conditions and how to manage them.
Learning the signs of a stroke could save a life. Find out what stroke symptoms to watch for and what to do to get care fast.
A cancer expert at Providence shares his tips for lowering your risk for skin cancer all year long — and especially this summer.
During National Nurses Week, Providence celebrates our many nurses, who have realized they can face anything after the COVID-19 pandemic.
May is Asian American and Native Hawaiian/Pacific Islanders Month, so Providence is shining a light on medical pioneers from those cultures.