Kaiser Permanente initiatives strengthen affordable housing and health in the community.
Author: Dolores Radding
In recognition of Alzheimer’s disease Awareness Month, Look insideKP NCAL has a conversation with neurologist Craig Hou, MD.
Kaiser Permanente member Sarah Kalbus recently walked the Heart Walk in thanksgiving for her successful heart transplant.
Kaiser Permanente is partnering with the San Francisco Foundation and a trio of nonprofit agencies to help keep Oakland residents in stable housing.
In recognition of Breast Cancer Awareness month, Look insideKP NCAL checks in with the Kaiser Permanente Division of Research’s Pathways study of breast cancer survivors.
Kaiser Permanente employee Valerie Coté and her family make it a point to get the flu vaccine together after they lost 2 family members to complications from the flu.
Millions of Americans have prediabetes but don’t know it. The good news is that they can make simple lifestyle changes to prevent or delay developing type 2 diabetes.
Nearly 200 Kaiser Permanente employees, physicians, family members, and friends took part in the Oakland Pride Parade and Festival Sept. 9.
Kaiser Permanente contributes $1.5 million through 2 grants that extend mental health services and other supports to Sonoma County fire victims.
More than 100 Kaiser Permanente mental health residents and interns from around Northern California work at schools and community agencies as part of their training programs.
Kaiser Permanente member Brian Evans and his wife Natalie say the care he received at the Kaiser Permanente Medical Center…
A Kaiser Permanente registered nurse and a Kaiser Permanente physical therapist tell how strength training benefits health and well-being.