Latest expert insights to healthy living
Genetic testing helped one woman and her family find answers
Susan Patcha had been living with high cholesterol since she was 17. Providence Lipid Clinic provided her with answers — for herself and for her family.
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Sisters in Humboldt County live out the Providence mission
The sisters of St. Joseph continue to play an important role at Providence. Hear from Sister Tran about her work in Humboldt County, California.
Providence provides support with the cost of medical care
Health care bills can add up quickly and threaten to derail your financial goals. Learn how Providence’s financial assistance program can help.
Providence supported one family through a challenging birth
Learn how Providence Alaska Children’s Hospital supported a couple when complications during pregnancy led to an early delivery.
The heart of the matter: The truth about heart health
Heart disease doesn’t just happen to people who are older than 40. If you’re in your 20s or 30s, you could be at risk, too.
Exploring Post-COVID syndrome research & treatments
Learn about the latest findings and treatments for post-COVID syndrome from Providence.
Providence oncology nurse practitioner receives Values in Action Award
Jamie Zilverberg, MSN, FNP, AOCNP, receives the prestigious 2024 Values in Action Award, the highest honor given at Providence St. Joseph Health.
Streamlining supplies: How Providence is avoiding waste in health care
Health care doesn’t have to be wasteful. Learn how a new system at Providence is cutting back on unnecessary operating room supplies.
Providence provides financial assistance to patients in need
Providence is ensuring all patients get the care they need and deserve thanks to their robust financial assistance program.
Honoring today’s Black American health heroes
Providence honors Black History Month by celebrating the accomplishments of today’s health care giants.
Healthy heart, healthy life
You can make a big difference in how healthy your heart is. A Providence cardiologist explains some lifestyle changes you can make to avoid heart disease.
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Celebrating Women in Science
In honor of International Day of Women and Girls in Science we highlight a researcher at Earle A. Chiles Research Institute, the research arm of Providence Cancer Institute.
Honoring Black American medical pioneers
Providence honors Black History Month by celebrating the accomplishments of past medical pioneers.
Innovating cancer care: A new and improved approach to lung cancer treatment
The Ion Robotic Bronchoscopy System, a new surgical technology, is improving early screening, detection and treatment of lung cancer – which means a better chance of survival.
Even if you’re healthy, cancer screenings are important
Feb. 4 is World Cancer Day, so we’re taking a look at the cancer screenings you should undergo — and why you may be talking yourself out of them.
Digital in action: Finding wellness centers in your backyard
If fitness is part of your New Year’s resolution, Providence is here to help with a new app feature that shows wellness centers near you.
Register for a free virtual education talk on food and common cancer myths
Providence Cancer Institute registered dietitian to present a free virtual education talk on nutrition in March.
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Understanding birth defects across the lifespan: Prevention & management
Explore insights into birth defects, from prevention to management throughout the lifespan. Learn how to support affected individuals and their families.
Revolutionary procedure brings new hope to liver cancer patients at Providence, Providence Swedish
Patients with liver cancer have a new treatment option, thanks to a revolutionary procedure being offered at Providence and Providence Swedish hospitals.
Tired or anxious? It could be thyroid disease.
In this Thyroid Awareness Month, consider whether you might have the symptoms of hypo- or hyperthyroidism.
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