Stay Informed: Latest News
Do you know all the signs of a heart attack? Hear Dawn’s true-life story about recognizing the symptoms and getting help just in the nick of time.
Providence Cancer Institute presents a free virtual education event about MRI-guided radiation therapy and how it is used to treat pancreatic cancer.
Learn if you may be at risk of ovarian cancer — and what you can do to reduce your risk of this disease.
Artificial intelligence advances across industries are poised to drive health care forward in ways that improve patient care and the caregiver experience.
Whether you’re 18 or 80, you can follow these tips from a sports medicine expert to avoid injuries and stay in the game.
Providence Swedish is at the forefront of new technologies that decrease pain and shorten recovery time for prostate cancer patients.
Providence Cancer Institute of Oregon announces new division director and deputy director of Hematology and Medical Oncology.
The cardiac care team at Providence Sacred Heart Medical Center helped a Spokane man survive a widow-maker heart attack with fast, expert treatment.
For Gynecologic Cancer Awareness Month, Providence Cancer Institute highlights a clinical trial that evaluates the safety and effectiveness of a new oral treatment for grade 1 endometrial cancer.
Learn how making connections between social determinants of health can help us achieve better health outcomes.
As fall and winter move in, your children may be exposed to the triple threat of RSV, the flu and COVID-19. Here’s how to tell the difference.
While rates of lung cancer have dropped with successful campaigns to curb smoking, lung cancer remains a problem – including for non-smokers. Learn how.
Understand stigmas about suicide and find mental health and suicide prevention resources from a Providence clinical psychologist.
Think you know all there is to know about the flu? Hear from a doctor about common myths and why you should get a flu vaccine.
If your child is sick, you’re miserable, too. Here’s how to tell if your child has a cold or the flu, how to treat, and when to take them to the doctor.
The flu can be life-threatening for anyone — especially those who are 65 and older or pregnant, or young children and infants. Learn how to protect yourself.
The best way to handle sickness is to get lots of rest and stay away from others. Learn more ways to treat a cold or flu this fall and winter.
Virtual talks at Providence highlight MRI-guided radiation therapy for treating breast cancer, pancreatic cancer treatments, and sexual health during and after ovarian cancer.
From electric vehicles to alternative commuting, learn about the efforts Providence is taking to lower emissions from transportation.
Providence Swedish prioritizes providing LGBTQIA+-informed health care. Learn how informed care helps improve outcomes for the LGBTQIA+ community.