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The Pregnant OB Part 9: Is it time?

Posted Oct 8, 2015 ( comments)
In the last chapter of our Pregnant OB series, Sarah Chen reflects on the nervous anticipation all moms feel in the last few weeks of pregnancy.Read Article arrow
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Virtual care meets moms where they are

Posted on Oct. 7, 2015 ( comments)

Find out how virtual OB services are connecting busy moms with quality care.

5 myths about pregnancy

Posted on Oct. 5, 2015 ( comments)
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Hearing loss is a family matter

Posted on Oct. 2, 2015 ( comments)

Hearing loss can affect all aspects of our lives: communication, learning, social interactions and even emotional health. Read on to learn how hearing loss can be treated, plus tips for communicating.

Patients with On-X heart valves now safe taking lower dose of meds

Posted on Sep. 30, 2015 ( comments)
Sue Leonard On-X Valves
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Disaster preparedness kits: Build or buy?

Posted on Sep. 29, 2015 ( comments)

September is National Disaster Preparedness Month. Ever wondered whether it's better to build your own emergency kit from the ground up, or buy one premade? We tried it. Here's what we learned.

Mary Bridge leukemia patient raising money for cancer research

Posted on Sep. 28, 2015 ( comments)
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'Super lice' not a cause for concern, but here's how to treat them

Posted on Sep. 25, 2015 ( comments)

You may have heard about drug-resistant head lice in the news recently. Read on to learn more about these bugs and how to get rid of them.

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MultiCare transitions to ICD-10

Posted on Sep. 24, 2015 ( comments)

On Oct. 1, MultiCare Health System will join thousands of health care organizations nationwide and convert to ICD-10, a new data system for patient record keeping and billing.

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A day at the Mary Bridge Hematology/Oncology Clinic

Posted on Sep. 23, 2015 ( comments)

Even in the face of cancer, the Mary Bridge Hematology/Oncology Clinic makes sure kids can stay kids.