In this issue: The Health Center's future is bright as Providence Health & Services assumes sponsorship; Health Center employees travel the globe to extend a healing touch; The Irene Dunne Guild plans for an eventful year.
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Reducing food waste sent to landfills is a critical component of Providence's plans to be carbon negative by 2030. Learn more.
Covenant Health embraces a new way to treat patients and their families who are dealing with mental health issues related to neurological healing. Learn more.
Providence shares research findings about the importance of heart disease screening and looks at several essential tests.
Get fact-based information from public health and medical experts about the COVID-19 vaccine
Feeling cold is a normal part of aging, but when is it a sign of a serious health problem? Learn which conditions can give you a chill.
Providence details matcha's health benefits—a type of green tea that can be used as a beverage or an ingredient in baked goods and cooking.
UFC fighter Cat Zingano offers her personal experience about how she dealt with PTSD after the shocking death of her husband. Learn more.
Part two of the women’s empowerment series focuses on helping women take charge of their sexual health.
Providence urges women to take charge of their cervical health with testing and vaccination aimed at preventing cervical cancer.
Decluttering your life from the things, people and activities that bring you little or no value can help improve your mental and physical health.
Providence outlines the differences between memory loss and Alzheimer’s disease and shares tips on how to tell the difference.
How Providence and the Better Outcomes Thru Bridges program helped Melvin Williams on his path to better wellbeing.
Providence shares details about diet trends like keto, low-carb and intermittent fasting to help you determine if they have a place in your eating plan.
ENT doctors (otolaryngologists) do more than remove tonsils. Learn how they can help you breathe easier, sleep better and feel good about yourself.
Keeping multiple medications straight and getting their dosage and timing just right isn’t always easy.
Substance abuse may not show up in teens the way it does in adults. Learn to spot the differences and ways to offer help.
Providence is committed to reducing energy and water consumption to become carbon negative by 2030. Learn more.
The FDA-approved COVID-19 vaccine is starting to roll out. Learn how Providence is approaching the distribution of the vaccine.
Providence seeks to reduce waste-related emissions by 20% by 2030. Learn more.
Have a fun, festive and memorable holiday season with a few simple toy-buying tips for the kids on your gift list.