The following is a list of recent Washington Hospital Healthcare System news articles that highlight our commitment to excellence. To read an entire article, please click on the news headline.


February Is American Heart Month -- Heartfelt Advice for Heart Health

Since 1964, the first year when February was designated “American Heart Month,” a lot of progress has been made in reducing the incidence of death from heart disease. That progress has...
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Dizziness and Vertigo: Is Your Head Spinning?

Learn the latest about the causes and treatments of these annoying and distressful symptoms at a free community seminar Many people know what it’s like to be dizzy, but they often d...
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Washington Hospital Service League Offers Scholarship Opportunities

For today's students, financing college can mean having to cobble together funds from many different sources: subsidized and unsubsidized loans, part-time work, parental help and scholarships. For...
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Getting to the Heart of the Matter: Understanding Women’s Risks and Symptoms of Heart Disease

“National Wear Red Day” Is February 5 Despite the common misconception that heart disease is a “man’s disease,” it also is the leading cause of death for women i...
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Could Leg Vein Problems Be a Threat to Your Health and Quality of Life?

Start finding out—Answer this sample self-questionnaire and attend a free seminar Did you know one in every three Americans over age 45 has some kind of vein disease? This is according...
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Washington Earns 2016 Distinguished Hospital Award from Healthgrades

Washington Hospital again has been recognized by Healthgrades as one of the top hospitals in the United States as a 2016 Distinguished Hospital for Clinical Excellence and for excellence in patient...
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Managing Menopause -- A Mind-Body Connection

While every woman goes through menopause at some point in her life, the symptoms and timing can differ — often significantly — from woman to woman. Midlife can be a wonderful time...
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Sports Medicine Education Series: Learn More About Injury Prevention and Treatmen

Washington Sports Medicine is launching a free Sports Medicine & Rehabilitation Education Series about the prevention and treatment of injuries while exercising or participating in sports.  ...
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Recovering from Exercise-Related Injuries

Exercise-related injuries can happen to anyone, no matter what your level of fitness might be. Fortunately, most exercise-related injuries are not serious and can be treated fairly easily, accordi...
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Take the “Ouch” Out of Your New Year’s Exercise Resolutions

Washington Sports Medicine Physician Encourages Adding Injury Prevention to 2016 Goals Keeping a New Year’s resolution to get more exercise can be a battle between the opposing forc...
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