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September 22, 2017
Educate yourself on brain aneurysm for Brain Aneurysm Awareness Month.
September 20, 2017
A health savings account, or HSA, is a good way to save for health care costs while also reducing your taxable income.
September 18, 2017
Could a few minutes of writing be a secret to happiness? Shifting your focus from the negative to the positive will greatly improve your mental health. If you want to take your gratitude a step further, try journaling.
September 15, 2017
Learning how to manage your child’s food allergies is key to dealing with any potential negative imbalances and feelings of anxiety.
September 11, 2017
Louis Larsen still has the bill for his birth at Swedish, and he’s been getting his care there ever since. Take a look at the typewritten document and read his story.
September 05, 2017
Dr. Erin Ellis offers her firsthand reason behind proudly participating in this year’s Northwest Metastatic Breast Cancer Conference.
September 04, 2017
Atrial Fibrillation (also known as Afib) is an irregular heart beat that can present in many different ways. Some people don’t feel palpitations, but instead feel dizzy, weak or lightheaded. And still others feel nothing at all. So why should you care?
August 31, 2017
The term “mind-body connection” gets tossed around a lot, and there’s a reason for that. You need mental wellness as much as you need physical health.
August 30, 2017
Komen Puget Sound has been working with the metastatic breast cancer community to identify opportunities for support, engagement and education. Last year, it helped to organize the first annual conference for individuals living with metastatic disease in the Northwest. In 2017, it will build on the success of the initial conference and expand its reach, based on the feedback that was received via conference evaluation and input from the community.
August 30, 2017
When Tina Vitolo-Kester received a breast cancer diagnosis in 2016, she wanted her treatment to move fast and so it did. During the time in which she had a double mastectomy, chemotherapy and radiation, other health problems emerged that were unforeseen. She had a heart attack during a procedure. Shocked to find herself in the Intensive Care Unit, she was concerned that this turn of events would set her treatment plan back. Things got back on track as soon as possible. As treatment and healing took top priority, Tina’s employer was unable to wait for her return and dismissed her from her job.