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Is it croup or whooping cough? Recognizing common childhood illnesses

September 19, 2016
Fall is right around the corner and kids are headed back to school. What might come home with your child beyond homework and stories about their adventures? A variety of illnesses. Here’s a handy list to help you quickly spot symptoms.

Apps can help MS patients and other disabled people with daily living

September 16, 2016

Mobile technology has revolutionized the way we work and live, and now it’s helping people with disabilities manage daily life and maintain their independence by assisting them in communicating, planning, completing crucial tasks, getting help in emergencies and more.

MS Center studies new technology to help people walk

September 15, 2016
The Multiple Sclerosis Center at Swedish has begun an exciting study in our gym to see if new technology can help people with walking disabilities regain or improve their mobility.

Five allergy risk factors for kids and what parents can do

September 12, 2016
With allergies becoming so prevalent, parents are naturally left wondering why, and whether anything can be done to prevent their child from developing a food allergy. This blog discusses the 5 “Ds” of allergy prevention: diet, dry skin, dribble, dogs and Vitamin D.

We call it Express Care

September 08, 2016
Swedish, Providence and our other affiliates are helping pioneer the on-demand model for health care in the same way others are creating new models for ground transportation, dining and entertainment. The idea is to make health care diagnosis and treatment as quick, simple and convenient as ordering a pizza or catching a ride across town. That’s why we’re teaming up with Walgreens, offering instant online visits and bringing back the house call.

Malignant pleural effusions complicate cancer but can be treated

September 07, 2016
Malignant pleural effusions are unfortunately a common problem in many advanced cancers. This condition can be debilitating at a time when individuals with cancer are fighting the disease on several fronts. But a pleural disease specialist can help patients manage a malignant pleural effusion, and many times tailor treatment specifically to their individual situation and needs.

Back to school and bullying How to help your child

September 01, 2016

Heading back to school can be an exciting time, but it also can be fraught with anxiety, especially for kids who are bullied. If you think your child is a target, there are ways you can help. And if you suspect that your child is a bully, there also are things you can do. Watch this video to learn more.


ADHD could mean trouble in the classroom

August 30, 2016
As the school year approaches, it’s helpful to keep the possibility of attention deficit hyperactivity disorder in mind for children struggling in the classroom. Attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) can make learning painful and lead to behavior that sidelines a child socially. But ADHD is a relatively common and treatable condition.

Be nice! It's good for your health

August 26, 2016
Being kind isn’t just the right thing to do. Studies show that it’s also good for your health. This video explains how being kind is good medicine for you and others. And parents, learn how to model kindness for your kids and practice it as a family.
 

Meet Swedish MS Experts in Wenatchee on September 24

August 24, 2016

Join us for a free traveling educational workshop about Multiple Sclerosis in Wenatchee. Learn from a nationally recognized team of MS health care professionals at Swedish Neuroscience Institute, share your experience and connect with others in the community living with MS.

When: September 24, 2016
Time: 10 a.m. - 2:00 p.m.
Where: Wenatchee Convention Center, Orchard Exhibit South Room,

121 North Wenatchee Avenue, Wenatchee, WA 98801  |  Map

Cost: Free