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Dear Santa: A Christmas wish of health for all from Providence
Sister Susanne Hartung requests Santa's help in serving the communities of Providence Health & Services.
In Good Company Magazine Now Available to Read Online
Read about the latest news, patients stories and medical breakthroughs going on at Providence Little Company of Mary.
Add MMR and flu vaccines to your child's BTS checklist
PSJH expert Aaron Beck, M.D. offers some tips and advice for protecting your children as they get ready to enter a new school year
Fresh tips for the farmers market
Find out the nutritional benefits of hunting and gathering at farmers markets.
Snoring...Sweet Dreams to Nightmares
Almost everyone snores. Even if you don't snore on a regular basis, chances are, you snore occasionally. Snoring is one of the most common sleep disorders that can be bothersome to...
Snoring Sends a Serious Signal
Seven out of ten Americans snore to some degree. Snoring is a problem that affects you and your loved ones, whether you're the snorer or the person who's kept awake. We invite you to learn more...
Show mom your love: 5 gift ideas for Mother's Day
Check out these gift ideas for showing mom some love on her special day.
Let’s talk female empowerment: An interview with Bec Rawlings, bareknuckle boxing champion
They call her the Queen of Bareknuckle Boxing, Australian flyweight mixed martial artist, Bec “Rowdy” Rawlings. We had a chance to catch up with Bec Rawlings to talk about the adversities she’s faced.
Let’s talk female empowerment: An interview with Selita Ebanks
Our focus on female empowerment continues with Selita Ebanks, model, actress, philanthropist, and a role model for women everywhere.
Let’s talk female empowerment: An interview with Olympic medalist Lauren Sesselmann
Lauren Sesselmann has played soccer at the highest levels. We ask Lauren about her accomplishments, the adversity she’s faced, and the work she’s doing to lift women up.
A proactive health guide for people 40+
After you reach 40, it becomes more likely that the normal aging process will introduce new and perhaps surprising health concerns.
Skin tags are an irritant but should be treated with respect
It's wise to mention to your health care provider the growth of skin tags.
Healthy swaps for your family’s favorite ballpark snacks
How to snack healthier while enjoying America's favorite pastime
5 free (and fun) ways to stay fit with your family
Exercise is essential for families, and parents don't need to break the budget to keep everyone active.
Grandparents can provide crucial support within the family
Grandparents can provide the ballast some families need in navigating the choppy waters of parenthood.
How one woman hit the "life reset" button
A Providence executive finds success on a weight-loss journey that also focuses on emotional, mental and spiritual health.
Get a healthy heart on the run
7 ways to start a running program that will benefit your cardiac fitness.
Today is National Registered Dietitian Nutritionist Day: Meet one of our experts
Registered dietitians help individuals translate the science of nutrition into healthy living choices.
Why health resolutions fail
Our infographic offers reasons why New Year's health resolutions fail and things you can do to stay on target.
8 ways to kick off a healthy 2019