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Orbera Intragastric Balloon for nonsurgical weight loss treatment

February 11, 2016

People who are obese have a new treatment option for weight loss: the intragastric balloon.The intragastric balloon is different from other bariatric (weight-loss) treatments because it doesn’t require surgery, and it’s a temporary treatment, usually lasting about six months.

5 fast facts about ulcerative colitis

February 10, 2016

In January, the world mourned the loss of Glenn Frey, founding member of the Eagles. He reportedly battled two autoimmune diseases, rheumatoid arthritis and ulcerative colitis, for years before his death. Questions since have swirled in the media about these diseases. Here are five fast facts about ulcerative colitis from specialist Karlee Ausk, M.D.

Maternal and infant diets: Do food choices affect food allergies?

February 05, 2016

In recent years, there has been a lot of discussion about which foods are appropriate for infants and moms. Families often get confused and ask questions such as: Can you eat peanuts while you’re pregnant? What solid foods should I give my infant, and when? Read on for answers.

What is an Athletic Trainer?

February 03, 2016

When a professional or college athlete - and in many cases a high school athlete - gets hurt, a medical professional is on the sideline, ready to evaluate the athlete and determine whether he or she can return to the game. Who are these medical professionals?

New adventure program at MS Center - ideas welcome

February 01, 2016

The Multiple Sclerosis Center at Swedish is beginning an Adventure Program for patients and their family members, caregivers and friends. See some of the ideas on our list and tell us what you’d like to do.

New music class at MS Center supports mind, body and heart

February 01, 2016

Join board-certified Neurologic Music Therapist Betsy Hartman in a dynamic music group at the Multiple Sclerosis Center at Swedish.  Betsy teaches neurologic patients simple music exercises that can improve mood and memory, and coping and organizational skills.

The Zika virus and pregnancy: What you need to know

January 28, 2016
If you’re pregnant or planning to be, you may be paying attention to the news about the Zika virus. Here is an update about what we know so far.

Dr. James Bowen Part of HALT-MS Trial

January 28, 2016

The MS Center’s Dr. James Bowen is a part of the HALT-MS trial, which has made the list of the 20 top research advances supported by National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Disease (NIAID). 

HPV-induced "throat cancer" and the difficult questions

January 27, 2016

Head and neck cancers commonly refer to malignant tumors originating in the tongue and throat region. Traditionally, those cancers were caused by long-term tobacco use and high alcohol consumption. But in the past three decades, more and more of these cancers have a new cause.

Opiate Abuse in Pediatric Patients

January 20, 2016

There is a quiet public health crisis in the US that is unknown to many parents and even physicians. Addiction to opiates, or narcotics, has skyrocketed. It is estimated that more than 2 million Americans abuse prescription opiate drugs, and we are now seeing increasing rates of heroin use for the first time in decades. This epidemic includes children.

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