Our hearing can deteriorate with time. Be kind to your ears by reducing noise and using earplugs. If you start to miss sounds, see your physician for a diagnosis and help.
Author: Lynn Mundell
Julie Wright went from cancer diagnosis to treatment within one month at Kaiser Permanente. Today she is living a full life as a mother and environmental consultant, thanks to her physicians and Kaiser Permanente’s specialized Neuro-Oncology Pharmacy Service.
Kaiser Permanente Northern California employees and physicians volunteered on the organization’s fourteenth Martin Luther King, Jr. Day of Service, with a focus on homelessness.
Brought on by experiencing or witnessing a traumatic event, PTSD impacts approximately nearly 8 percent of Americans each year. Learn what it is and how it’s treated.
Kaiser Permanente physicians May Alhariri and Michael Drusano (pictured with a refugee family in Greece) see the needs of Syrians in teeming tent cities as a long-term commitment — with no end in sight.
The North Bay fires forced the evacuation of the Kaiser Permanente Santa Rosa Medical Center. How are employees and physicians…
Kaiser Permanente Santa Rosa Emergency Department nurse Michelle Patino, RN, volunteered around the clock at a makeshift medical center for North Bay fire evacuees.
Audrey Weiand has seen 5 generations of her family threatened by the disease. But her multidisciplinary team at Kaiser Permanente has been there to help her live life to the fullest.
Julayne Smithson, RN, could save only her nursing papers and some scrubs from her burning home located behind Kaiser Permanente Santa Rosa. Then she went back to work.
Kaiser Permanente’s Labor Management Partnership celebrates 20 years with employee and physician selfies.
MS is an autoimmune disease in which the body’s immune system mistakenly attacks normal tissues, specifically the brain and spinal cord. While there is no cure, medications, physical therapy, and open communication with physicians can improve a patient’s quality of life.
ABC means ‘Alone, on their Backs, and in a Crib’ — and that’s how parents are remembering the essentials for keeping their babies safe from sleep related deaths.