Due to the COVID-19 responding to the 2020 census has been extended until October 31. Learn more.
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If you are experiencing symptoms and are in need of additional COVID-19 screening, please contact your local health department to find out where you can get a COVID test.
We’re all facing – and sometimes struggling – with the constant nature of change brought by the pandemic. Discover how you cope and boost your mental health.
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Providence researchers find a breakthrough technique to help the immune system combat COVID-19. Learn more.
People fighting cancer are at a higher risk of contracting COVID-19 due to a weakened immune system. Find ways to keep yourself and your loved ones safe this holiday season.
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Providence and voting experts address the 'hows' and 'why' of voting in 2020. Learn more.
We understand and empathize with families unable to be with loved ones. However, we must place the safety of our patients and caregivers first when the risks are so great during this unusual time.
Pregnant women don’t appear to be more susceptible to the coronavirus, but it's still important to protect yourself and baby. Find out how we can help.
In late spring more than 10,000 Providence employees in Oregon lined up for a blood test that can detect antibodies to SARS-CoV-2 (the virus that causes COVID-19).
Some visitors are using masks from home that have been found ineffective.
A Seattle-based clinical psychologist offers some tips for healthcare workers battling burnout. Learn more.
As talks about at-home testing increases, experts express their concerns.
Diabetes and high blood pressure can put you at risk for many health complications and illnesses, such as heart disease. Find out what you need to know.
Losing weight and keeping it off can be difficult. The good news is there are surgical and nonsurgical options to help you achieve your weight-loss goals, and better health.