Written on May 25, 2017
Today is National Wine Day, and we're here to give you permission to celebrate: The American Heart Association tells us that between four and eight ounces of wine each day is actually good for you!
Written by Suzette Ritzert- RD, LDN, MS on May 24, 2017
Are you pressed for time in the morning to pack a healthy lunch? Are you tired of packing leftovers for lunch in a boring brown paper bag? A simple solution may be making a couple salads in jars ahead of time. Then you're set to grab one in the morning and have a healthy, balanced lunch.
Written on May 10, 2017
There are 15 million Americans with food allergies – people for whom certain ingredients could spark a potentially life-threatening reaction. In honor of Food Allergy Awareness Week, SwedishAmerican Dietitian Shirley Poole offers tips.
Written on May 4, 2017
If you're celebrating Mexican holiday Cinco de Mayo, we're here to help you enjoy those tacos in a fresh and healthy way.
Written on April 27, 2017
You might volunteer to help others – but did you know it's also good for your health?
Written on April 23, 2017
April is National Organ Donation Month, and it's an issue dear to us here at SwedishAmerican. We see patients every day who are waiting for the donation that will save or restore their lives.
Written on April 18, 2017
It might not be great for your breath, but did you know that garlic is good for your body? That’s why we couldn’t let National Garlic Day go by without a shout-out to its tasty and dietary benefits!
Written on April 15, 2017
If you had your fill of hard-boiled goodness - but still have a few dozen pretty pastel eggs in the fridge - we're here to lend a hand.
Written on April 9, 2017
They might be pesky or bossy, but siblings have their own unique way of keeping us healthy! Dr. Christina Soriano, a family medicine physician in SwedishAmerican's Byron office, grew up as one of five children. These are the healthy reasons she's grateful for her siblings.
Written on April 8, 2017
Does Easter make you think of Cadbury Eggs and chocolate bunnies? You're not alone! But there's a healthier way to do Easter baskets – while still helping your kids learn to enjoy special treats.