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Stress can be good. It is how your body responds to a threat or a challenge, and it can help you act in creative and resourceful ways. But stress also piles up, and too much can force the heart to...
Moist, with the right touch of spices. Impress your family with this healthier pie recipe.
Clearing up the misconceptions behind this valuable tool for colon cancer detection and prevention.
James Beckerman, M.D., cardiologist and medical director of prevention at Providence Heart Institute, offers everyday ways to keep your heart healthy and strong.
Not getting enough sleep can impact your overall health. Many factors add to women not getting quality sleep. Learn more about one – sleep apnea.
Know your numbers for blood pressure, heart rate, cholesterol and BMI to improve your overall wellbeing. Learn more.
Incorporating new wellness habits in 2022 does not need to be difficult. Improve your overall mental and physical health with just 8 easy habits.
Many people who fail to keep their New Year’s resolutions were destined to do so before they even began. Here’s how to set yourself up for success.
Coffee and wine have various claims and criticisms related to their health benefits. Read on to learn the good and not-so-good points about both.
Providence St. Jude Medical Center's complimentary concierge service for expecting parents is a perfect complement to the exceptional clinical care provided by our physicians and caregivers.
Laugher can lower your blood pressure, improve cholesterol levels and boost circulation. Learn how a few giggles can help your cardiovascular health.
Hundreds of patients have learned firsthand how same-day joint replacement is significantly changing care for deteriorating and painful joints—and why Providence St. Jude is a national leader.
Ongoing research and clinical trials are creating breakthroughs in cancers once thought insurmountable—and St. Jude is a leader in bringing these benefits from the lab to the beside.
Numerous studies show those who participate in cardiac rehabilitation have lower death rates and a higher quality of life, including more energy, lower depression rates and more successful recoveries.
Women are more likely to develop sleep disorders, but recent reports show that COVID-19 may be worsening their insomnia. Learn more.
St. Jude Medical Center has again received the American Heart Association/American Stroke Association (AHA/ASA) Stroke Gold Plus Quality Achievement Award and the Stroke Honor Roll Elite Plus Award.
When Radoslav Raychev, MD, a neuorinterventionalist, saw that the patient’s angiogram was negative for a brain aneurysm, he kept looking. The extra effort paid off.
The Catholic Health Association of the United States (CHA) has recognized Alaska CARES as the recipient of its 2020 Achievement Citation.
A semi-annual survey of the nation’s hospital gave “A” grades today to five Providence St. Joseph Health, Southern California, hospitals and one affiliate.