Swedish in the Media

Nov. 19 -Nov. 23

Families in NICU during holidays celebrate Thanksgiving together, KCPQ 

What 'drinking in moderation' really means, King 5/Take 5
Seattle doctor weighs in on new peanut allergy treatment, King 5/Take 5
Study sheds light on how low-carb diets can boost metabolism and help with weight loss, Everyday Health 
Your ultimate guide to healthy ears, Health 
In pain? Doc says maybe you’re just lonely, KIRO Radio

Nov. 10 -Nov. 16

·'You can't undo surgery': More parents of intersex babies are rejecting operations, NBC News
·FDA clears innovasive double expanding fusion device, Orthopedics This Week
·Local woman survives rare cancer thanks to dramatic surgery and chemo combo, KOMO
·Edmonds nurse hopes his health videos are contagious, KING
·Wash. doctors and NRA engage in Twitter war over gun safety, KOMO
·Doctors respond to NRA, KCPQ
·CBD oil widely available on store shelves in Austin, CBS

Nov. 3 -Nov. 9

·Nurse Stefan’ videos pack a punch of healthy reality, Everett Herald
·What is pelvic floor physical therapy? Parent Map
·Etanercept bests methotrexate for PsA; combo adds little benefit, Rheumatology News
·Protecting your professional reputation from online trolls with Elizabeth Meade, MD, Contemporary Pediatrics
·Liver meeting to focus on practice matters along with science, MedPage Today

Oct. 29-Nov. 2

Sinclair cares: managing pain without medicine, WOAI 
Tips for a safe Halloween, KCPQ 
Breast cancer patient’s frustration with pink ribbon turns her into advocate, USA Today 
Swedish Edmonds nurse named association president, Edmonds Beacon 
Healthy tailgating recipes, KCPQ
Learn about the benefits of weight-loss surgery and advancements in surgical procedures, New Day NW, King 5 
Facebook Live: Diabetes Awareness, Swedish Facebook

Oct 22-26

·Etanercept outperforms methotrexate for PsA, Medwire News
·Market renders Amgen, Inc. Enbrel data immaterial... for now, FDA Headlines
·Using technology to improve child health at AAP 2018, Medscape (subscriber-only content)
·Staying safe on Halloween, KCPQ
·Dr. Meade on AFM, King 5

Everything You've Ever Wanted to Know About Poop (But Didn't Want to Ask), Prevention 
Plasma NGS should be routine in metastatic NSCLC, say researchers, Cancer Therapy Advisor 
What do you wonder about the Puget Sound region? Opioids and medical bias, KUOW 
Third trimester energy drop got you down? Here are 8 ways to deal,  Romper 
Verdant grants benefit Edmonds Parks, Swedish Edmonds, Edmonds Beacon 
Understanding the opioid epidemic’s economic toll, American Medical Association 
Facebook Live: Balanced Approach to Pain Management, Swedish Facebook

Oct 8-12

• Zapping nutrients from food, KZJO 
• Medicine and magic integrated? KCPQ 
5 things you don’t need to buy for your baby,  King 5
6 children with polio-like illness in Washington state, King 5
Seattle mom describes baby's sudden paralysis, King 5
Economic softening requires budget prudence, Edmonds mayor says in 2019 address, My Edmonds News 
Swedish Edmonds emergency nurse voted president-elect of national association, My Edmonds News 
Balamuthia, neti pots and a unique case report, Outbreak News Today 
Facebook Live on Stress, Swedish Facebook

Oct 1-5

Conquering cancer by attacking the disease’s genetic abnormalities, The Washington Post 
Night owl no more, City Parent 

Sept 22-30

·Immersive youth employment program helps young adults further their careers, New Day Northwest
·Despite promising trial results, skeptics raise red flags about anlotinib’s efficacy in heavily treated NSCLC, Cancer Therapy Advisor
·Machine learning tool may determine opioid use disorder risk, Healio
Stage is a passion for local actor fighting real-life foe, Everett Herald

Sept 15-21

Mission and externalities: the imperative for prioritization, by Dr. Christopher R. Dale, New England Journal of Medicine 
SEARHC and Swedish Medical Center to expand specialty services in SE Alaska, Wrangell Sentinel 
Eating whole grains may lower type 2 diabetes risk, study finds, Everyday Health 
Flu cases confirmed in Western Washington; doctors recommend getting vaccine ASAP, KIRO 
TAKE-5 Baby Blog: Did swaddling help your infants?, King 5
Mental Health Facebook Live, Sept. 20 

Sept 8-14

Sinclair Cares: Managing pain without medicine, KOMO

Sept 3-7

NSCLC findings support upfront immunotherapy, OncLive 
Baby 101, Take5-King 5 

Aug 18-Aug 31

·Seattle choked with smoke and ash as western wildfires rage, CBS News
·A new path for nivolumab?   MedPage Today
·Doctors: long-term health effects from wildfire smoke exposure still unclear,   KOMO
·FUTURE 1 extension results support secukinumab as a long-term treatment option for PsA,  Medwire News
·The opioid crisis is also a crisis of speech, Pacific Standard
·Take 5 with guest host Dr. Elizabeth Meade, King 5

Aug 11-17

·Edmonds nurse gains worldwide attention for breastfeeding awareness month video, My Edmonds News
·More hepatologists, gastroenterologists performing liver biopsies themselves: 3 insights, Becker’s ASC Review
·How to get picky eaters to try new foods, King 5
·How The Hot Temperatures Impact Your Thinking, KCPQ

Aug 4-10

·Hospital at home, Today’s Hospitalist
·Many hepatologists adopting DIY biopsies, Gastroenterology & Endoscopy News

July 28-Aug 3

·Dr. Elizabeth Meade talks about the health and wellbeing of children separated from their parents, KCPQ
·Circadian lighting creates calm in behavioral unit, Health Facilities Management
·Doctors don’t want to scare you, but there’s a major drug shortage right now,  KUOW
·King County doctor: family separation policy has health consequences,  KIRO
·Understanding hand, foot, and mouth disease with Dr. Meade, King 5
·Clinical challenges: battling insurers in hyperhidrosis, MedPage Today

July 21-27

Members of this band have Parkinson’s and multiple sclerosis, Q13
Regenerative medicine can help heal chronic pain while avoiding surgery, King 5 (New Day NW)
o Wellness panel discussion
Frontline atezolizumab regimen prolongs PFS in nonsquamous NSCLC, Targeted Oncology 
Boys & Girls Club goes hiking, hooping and ‘green eggs and hamming’, Sequim

July 14-20

Now hear this: doctors at Swedish making sure musical teens don’t suffer from hearing loss, KOMO 
Atezolizumab regimen extends PFS in frontline nonsquamous NSCLC, OncLive 
“Eddie” the therapy dog retires after 13 years, KCPQ 
Keeping kids safe while swimming on hot days, King 5
UW summer camp helps prepare teens for nursing careers,  King 5
Dr. West discusses latest immunotherapy findings in lung cancer,  OncLive 
Measles vaccination rates, King 5
Take 5: Summer swimming safety, King 5
Medical Minute, King 5

June 23 –July 13

Swedish Health Services names Dr. Jack Cox CMO, Becker’s Hospital Review 
5 ways design is transforming behavioral health care, Building Design & Construction 
Northwest Hope & Healing Style Fundraiser 2018, SeattleMet 
Opinion: postpartum depression is real, painful and treatable, Seattle Times 
Targeted top 5: oncology news this week, Targeted Oncology 
Choosing between atezolizumab and pembrolizumab in lung cancer, Targeted Oncology 
Practice changes for use of immunotherapy in NSCLC, OncLive 

June 16-22

Elizabeth Meade, MD, on health effects of separating children from parents, Q13 
Only thing they’ll pay for is morphine ... ': Opioid alternatives routinely denied by insurers, Greenville News

June 9-15

Swedish nears $1 billion in five years of community benefit,  Issaquah Reporter 
Big-name health systems team up to advance precision oncology,  Fierce Healthcare 
Improving care for LGBTQ community, AAFP News Now 
PD-L1: an important, but imperfect biomarker,  Cure Today 
Screen time tips for kids of any age,   King 
Why a group of health systems just agreed to share precision medicine data with each other,  Fierce Healthcare 

May 28-June 8

·Trump plan to lower drug prices could increase costs for some patients,  The New York Times 
·Merck’s Keytruda builds a commanding lead in frontline lung cancer with data from two more landmark trials,  Endpoints News
·Primary endpoint hit: Gilead and Galapagos’ JAK1 inhibitor for arthritis positive in phase II,  BioSpace
·Could ADHD be a sleep disorder?  YourTeenMag.com
·After tragic suicide of fashion designer Kate Spade, local mother shares her own struggles, Q13
·Outstanding Voices: Kevin Wang, Swedish, PSBJ

May 21- 25

Robotic legs help patients learn to walk again, KOMO

May 12- 18

First-line osimertinib approved for metastatic NSCLC in USA, Medwire News 
Immunotherapy combinations, Oncology Tube 
Are there clinically significant distinctions between PD-1 and PD-L1?,  Oncology Tube 
Histology-specific recommendations – large-cell neuroendocrine,  Oncology Tube 
Small cell lung cancer virtual roundtable, Oncology Tube 
What is the role of bevacizumab in stage IV NSCLC?,  Oncology Tube
Brain tumor atlas published in the journal Science, AZ Business Magazine 
Anatomic Gene Expression Atlas Fuels Glioblastoma Discovery, The Cancer Discovery 
Glioblastoma Atlas Offers Transcriptional Insights Linked to Anatomical Features, GenomeWeb

April 30- May 11

·Recommendations for new Shingles vaccine, Q13
·Teens and mental health, Q13
·AHA: Therapy dogs like Katie are good medicine after stroke, Doctors Lounge
·Bountiful treatment options offer optimism for lung cancer, Cure Today
·11-year-old Eastside girl raises money for brain cancer through art,  Bellevue Reporter
·Walmart Will Implement New Opioid Prescription Limits By End Of Summer, NPR
·Not just Amazon: How much 20 Seattle employers will pay under proposed head tax, PSBJ
·Uncontrollable food cravings and yo-yo dieting can be fixed with food., New Day Northwest

April 21-April 29

Is bariatric surgery right for you? - Diabetes Forecast 
Kenneth had a massive heart attack and ended up homeless. How Swedish helped him to recovery. - King 5
An inside look into cardiac care at Swedish Medical Center. - King 5
Black Panther Party’s legacy to help sick, poor lives on at Seattle health clinic. - Seattle Times
AHA: Therapy Dogs Like Katie Are Good Medicine After Stroke. - HealthDay
Snoqualmie brain cancer survivor now pregnant. - Snoqualmie Valley Record 

April 9- April 20

For advanced lung cancer, immune therapy plus chemo prolongs survival, The Washington Post 
Health professions advising shows students more than one way to medicine, News At Princeton 
Law enforcement, doctors, and Kathy Lambert talk opioids in Fall City, Bellevue Reporter 
Dr. West on FDA’s approval of expanded use of lung cancer drug, OncLive 
Physician shares red flags for spotting child abuse, KCPQ 
Keytruda plus chemotherapy more effective for lung cancer, NPR 
• Dr. Hayley Quinn talking about bipolar disorder, King 5

April 9- April 13

Celebrating World Health Day with Swedish’s Margo Bykonen, King 5
Law enforcement, doctors, and Kathy Lambert talk opioids in Fall City, Redmond Reporter
Subcutaneous Cosentyx effective against PsA at week 24, Healio 

April 2- April 8

• National Stop the Bleed Day, Q13
Stem cell clinics pushing unproven treatments, Atlanta Journal-Constitution 
Secukinumab improves symptoms, inhibits radiographic progression in psoriatic arthritis, RheumatologyAdvisor
For Ellensburg mom, walking is fighting back, Ellensburg Daily Record 
Novel radiolabeled ADC could improve outcomes in high-risk AML, OncLive 

March 24- March 30

Poison dangers in your home, King 5
LGBTQ Health Awareness Week stresses a welcoming and inclusive environment in medical care, New Day Northwest (King 5)
Patients at this Seattle surgery center can go home just hours after a joint replacement,   Seattle Magazine 
Is Your Toddler Too Picky? How to Know, and How to Deal, KitChn

March 17 - March 23

New app helps drivers find passengers to use HOV lanes, KOMO 
Best foods to eat before bed, Q13
MS Adventures iFly, KOMO

March 10 - March 16

Protests: a pediatrician’s perspective, King 5
Tips to help with allergies and when you should see a doctor,  King 5
CNN Exclusive: The more opioids doctors prescribe, the more money they make, CNN

March 3 – March 9

Daylight savings time: 8 expert dos & don’ts to prep kids, Cafe Mom 
Issaquah conference tackles high school stress, peer pressure and more, Issaquah Reporter 
Swedish’s David Hanscom interviewed about link between chronic pain, anger, and bullying, Psychology Today 
Spine surgeon leader to know: Dr. David Hanscom of Swedish Neuroscience Institute, Becker’s
OMC only hospital in state to receive national award, Peninsula Daily News
Implementing alternatives to opioids among employees: what to know, BenefitsPro

Feb 24- March 2, 2018

Spine surgeon leader to know: Dr. David Hanscom of Swedish Neuroscience Institute, Becker’s Orthopedic & Spine Review
Back in control: Alternatives to back surgery, King 5
Seattle scientist: All women over 30 should consider breakthrough test, KIRO 7
ASCO names CAR T-Cell Immunotherapy 2018 Advance of the Year, Oncology Times
How to handle grumpy kids, Q13
InDemand Interpreting bridges cultural and speech divides to cut costs and improve care, PSBJ
Kids and quitting, Q13

Feb. 12-23, 2018

CTE concerns for young athletes, Q13 
Caregivers create final miracle for critically ill navy chief, KOMO

Feb 5-9, 2018

Spotting symptoms of a stroke. Think FAST!, Q13 
Kicking off heart month with understanding heart disease, Q13
Bristol-Myers offers some eagerly awaited checkmate-227 results, but they’re not changing medical practice, Endpoints News
Cerebral protection devices for TAVR may help in TEVAR, Cardiac Vascular Intervention 
Recognizing and discussing sexual abuse, Q13 
Meet the doctor turning brain waves into music, Vice News (HBO)

Jan. 22-26, 2018

Pediatric flu concerns: why is the flu killing kids?, King 5
Largest study to date supports surgical LAA closure in a-fib patients, TCTMD 
Why the flu is so dangerous, King 5
Combating norovirus: it’s not just spread in restaurants, Q13
Tackling The Mental Health Crisis In Emergency Departments: Look Upstream For Solutions, Health Affairs Blog
Strokes for strokes, King 5

Jan. 15-19, 2018

Flu stomps Western Washington, overwhelming local emergency rooms, Q13 
Healthy Living: Suffering in silence, stop the stigma around mental illness following apparent suicide of WSU quarterback, Q13
Afatinib approval for lung cancer expanded by FDA, Targeted Oncology
Treating Advanced Lung Cancer in Patients Without Driver Mutations Targeted Oncology

Jan. 8-12, 2018

Dr. West discusses chemotherapy without driver mutations in NSCLC, OncLive
Treating advanced lung cancer in patients without driver mutations, Targeted Oncology
Growing flu concerns, KIRO

Dec. 25, 2017 - Jan. 5, 2018

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Can Google take the place of a doctor visit? King 5
How to handle holiday blues, King 5
Holiday food safety tips to remember this Christmas, King 5
Daisy Anita Lemon is Swedish Hospital’s first baby of the new year, KIRO 
It's a girl! Meet Seattle's first baby of 2018, King 5
Meet Daisy! Swedish Hospital’s first baby born in 2018, Q13
Cle Elum Urgent Care to move on Monday, The Ellensburg Daily Record

August-October 2017

Dr. Elizabeth Meade, chief of Pediatrics at Swedish, talks about the potential consequences of kids getting tattoos,   KOMO
Does cold weather really make you sick?   Romper
Does all baby formula contain arsenic? Experts weigh in on new study, Romper
Swedish physicians discuss regenerative medical treatments used by some Seahawks players,   The Seattle Times
Ricardo Lockette puts his career-ending injury towards research,   King 5
Cancer center, GNS Healthcare partner to further precision medicine for breast cancer, Becker’s Hospital Review 
Doctor, EMTs spring into action as man collapses on Seattle-bound Alaska Airlines flight,   KOMO
Minutes mattered the day Pat Ward was brought back to life, Everett Herald
More support needed to minimize attrition in community-based lung cancer screening programs,  HemOnc Today
Palliative care, hospice resources underutilized for advanced non-small cell lung cancer, HemOnc Today
Postpartum depression with Dr. Meade, King 5
Healthcare leaders pitch patient-centric quality measurement,  Fierce Healthcare
First Hill Surgery Center adds total joint replacement,  Becker’s ASC Review
Personalized Perfect Care, Catalyst
Stroke heroes are all around us and we are so grateful for all they do for the community, Evening Magazine (King 5) 
They’re alive! Allen Institute harvests data from bits of living human brain tissue, GeekWire
Swedish Edmonds program that works with local youth nominated for governor’s award, MyEdmondsNews
Does all baby formula contain arsenic? Experts weigh in on new study, Romper
Elizabeth Meade, MD, discusses study that found arsenic, lead in baby food, King
Therapy dog comforts recent stroke patients,   KOMO
KING 5 was live at the Swedish Cancer Institute’s mobile mammography truck, King 5

November 2016

Catching cancer early can save your life, KING 5, Nov. 21, 2016 ›
Home remedies for clearer skin, NWCN, Nov. 21, 2016 ›
Home remedies for pain management, NWCN, Nov. 21, 2016 ›
Home remedies to boost immunity, KING 5, Nov. 20, 2016 ›
Is It Crohn's Disease or Celiac Disease?, Everyday Health, Nov. 18, 2016 ›
Bacteria sharing between moms and babies may prevent allergies, asthma, KING 5, Nov. 15, 2016 ›
What's New, Flu? Sickness is Ramping Up Now; Here's What You Need to Know About This Year's Flu Shot, ParentMap, Nov. 15, 2016 ›

October 2016

How to babyproof your home, KING 5 News ›
Ricardo Lockett’s next big play, Q13 Fox News ›
Dangers of giving your kids too much medicine, Q13 Fox News, Oct. 27 ›
Should dense breast notification be mandatory in Washington state?, KING 5 News, Oct.26 ›
Two Casual Wild Ginger Spin-Offs Now Open, Eater Seattle, Oct. 26 ›
Celebrate Swedish' gala shatters previous total with $6M for the Swedish Neurosciences Institute, Puget Sound Business Journal , Oct. 25 ›
Standing Together for a Cure: A comprehensive look at breast cancer, KING 5 News, Oct. 24 ›
Listen to the encephalophone, the musical instrument you play with your mind, GeekWire, Oct. 24 ›
Watch: KOMO's Lee Stoll cuts hair to honor sister, a breast cancer survivor, KOMO 4 News, Oct. 20 ›
North Olympic Healthcare Network, OMC, Swedish team up on new residency program, Peninsula Daily News. Oct. 17 ›
Asian Americans honored for their role in tech and innovation, Northwest Asian Weekly, Oct.14 ›
Premera and Providence sign a less expansive three-year contract, Puget Sound Business Journal, Oct. 13 ›
How trauma can impact childhood development, Q13 Fox News, Oct. 12 ›
Doula support for LGBTQ families, Seattle Gay News, Oct.10 ›
Prostate Cancer Screening, KING 5 News, Oct. 6 ›
From home visits to new clinics, Puget Sound-area providers ‘Uber-izing’ healthcare, KIRO Radio, Oct. 5 ›
'Uberization' of medicine in Seattle, KIRO TV, Oct. 5 ›
Swedish Edmonds wins senior-friendly award, Edmonds Beacon, Oct. 4 ›
Teens and health care: What happens when parents are asked to leave the room?, Q13 FOX News, Oct. 3 ›

September 2016

Loofas are not as clean as you’d like to think, Q13 FOX News, Sept. 26

Patients at ‘breaking point’ flood ERs, hospitals after pain clinics’ shutdown, The Seattle Times, Sept. 26
SBRT offers prostate cancer patients high cancer control and low toxicity in fewer treatments, e-cancernews, Sept. 26
Premera, Providence reach tentative agreement, The Daily Herald, Sept. 23
Transform Washington, The Pride Foundation
Neighborcare clinic set to open Monday, Vashon-Maury Island
Modern-day house calls now available in Seattle, KING 5 News, Sept. 21
Study: Kids who play just one sport face increased risk of injury, Q13 FOX News, Sept 19
Audio: Penny LeGate on saving other families from drug deaths, CrossCut, Sept. 16
Swedish Neuroscience Institute appoints Dr. Robert Hart spinal deformities director: 7 highlights, Becker’s Spine Review, Sept. 15
What’s more important in kindergarten: learning or play?, Q13 Fox News, Sept. 15
How much homework is too much homework? Guidelines for your kids., Q13 FOX News, Sept. 14
Seattle dentists, clinics and a hospital partner to provide specialty care for teeth, KING 5 News, Sept. 14
New integrative facility tackles obesity health-related issues, KING 5 News, Sept. 13
Swedish Edmonds’ new Ambulatory Care Center wins senior-friendly facility award, My Edmonds News, Sept. 8
Pearls From: Rheumatologist Philip Mease, MedPageToday, Sept.  8
Seattle hospital offers new treatment to stop shaking, KING 5 News, Sept. 6
Washington families turn to EpiPen alternative, KING 5 News, Sept. 6
Senior Friendly Award: Swedish Edmonds Ambulatory Care Center, Modern Healthcare, Sept. 2
Kids and Asthma, Q13 FOX News, Sept.2

August 2016

Why you should consider geography in your architecture and design, Behavioral Healthcare, Aug. 4, 2016 ›

July 2016

Are you between 16-24? The mayor wants to give you a job, KCTS9.org, July 29, 2016 ›
M.S. patients enjoy day of cycling, KING 5 News, July 20, 2016 ›
New Seattle doctors learn to prescribe food as medicine, KUOW 94.9 FM, July 21, 2016
New program offers help for pregnant and postpartum women with mood and anxiety disorders, KING 5, July 19, 2016 
500,000 patients could be affected as Providence won’t renew Premera contract, The Seattle Times, July 15, 2016 ›
6 recent vendor contracts, go-lives, Becker's Health IT & CIO Review, July 15, 2016 ›
Public art: new work by Vashon master carver, Vashon-Maury Island Beachcomber, July 13, 2016 ›
Seed prostate cancer treatment now available to breast cancer patients, KOMO 4 News, July 6, 2016 ›
Germs cling to hard-to-clean medical scopes, Swedish and other Providence hospitals find, Seattle Times, July 5, 2016 
Owner's Manual: Listen to Your Ears, Dr. Oz: The Good Life, July 5, 2016 ›
New Warnings About Popular Sleep Medication Ambien, ABC World News, July 1, 2016 ›

June 2016 

Talking to your kids about pot use, Q13 Fox, June 20, 2016
Study says concussions at epidemic level in children playing sports, Q13 Fox, June 20, 2016
Zika vaccine undergoing testing, KING 5, June 20, 2016
First marathon worth toasting for winner, The Columbian, June 19, 2016
Youth employment program needs more employers, KING 5, June 17, 2016
Local hospitals hold mock stroke event, KING 5, June 16, 2016