Dr. Scott Cohen and Dr. Mark Babo are recognized with David Lawrence Community Service Awards. Pictured, Dr. Cohen teaches newborn resuscitation to a group of indigenous midwives in Chiapas, Mexico.
Author: Anna Fiddler
This Valentine’s Day, learn how self-compassion can improve your health and wellbeing.
On Kaiser Permanente Northern California’s 15th Martin Luther King, Jr. Day of Service, employees and physicians volunteered at worksites throughout the Bay Area.
In the United States today, roughly one-third of children are overweight or obese. Learn more about the chronic condition and how to prevent it.
Kate Land, MD, started the Thriving Families Blog to help families answer their most pressing and commonly asked questions.
Attention-Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD) affects around 5 percent of the world’s population. But despite its prevalence, it is still a widely misunderstood condition.
Learn how an 8-week diabetes reversal program at Kaiser Permanente makes significant strides in helping people to reverse the disease.…
New fathers are affected by postpartum depression, too. This Father’s Day, learn how men can best cope with the transition into fatherhood.
Kaiser Permanente awards $2 million to raise public understanding of mental health and overall well-being.
In honor of Alcohol Awareness Month in April, learn about the LINKAGE program, Kaiser Permanente’s unique, regional approach to supporting members who struggle with alcohol and drug problems.
How can you play a role in preventing sexual assault? A women’s health psychologist offers important — and possibly life-saving — tips below.
Dr. Debra Matityahu and Megan Williams are recognized with David Lawrence Community Service Awards. Pictured above, Dr. Matityahu poses with some of her patients in Kenya.