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The theme for International Men’s Day 2023 is “Zero Male Suicide,” so Providence is focusing on some of the ways we can reduce the suicide rate.
The region's only pediatric relational health center opens at Covenant Children's hospital.
Providence is raising awareness of Alzheimer’s and other forms of dementia by highlighting the role of the caregiver.
Anxiety disorders are the most common mental illness in the United States. We take a look at what anxiety is, and how to take steps to live with anxiety.
The Work2BeWell National Student Advisory Council has created an easy-to-use, state-by-state mental health resource.
Learn how making connections between social determinants of health can help us achieve better health outcomes.
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.
Providence is partnering with the Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Community Center to support teen mental health in East Central Spokane.
Send your child back to school at their best with tips from Providence, including what appointments to schedule and advice for a healthy classroom.
Minority groups can face challenges when seeking mental health care.
Try out these six activities to improve your health and well-being this summer.
How Alzheimer’s disease changes the brain
The mind-gut connection and how to improve it
The female face of caregiving
Attention teens: You can make a difference for mental health.
Mental Health Awareness Month is a time to support those living with mental and behavioral health issues. Learn how Providence is recognizing this month.
With the help of Providence Swedish cardiac surgery teams, James Donaldson survived an aortic dissection and is on a new journey to improve mental health.
Frontotemporal dementia is caused by the progressive degeneration of parts of the brain that play a significant role in decision-making, behavioral control, and language.