Kaiser Permanente Northern California is ready and able to treat an Ebola patient and keep others safe in the process.
A Kaiser Permanente Central Valley memory clinic medical director explains the disease and measures for lowering the risk factors — ranging from a healthy diet to exercising one’s mind.
Back to school can mean physician checkups. Get the latest information on the HPV vaccine from 3 Kaiser Permanente physicians, who recommend the vaccine for their 11- and 12-year-old patients.
Asthma is common but manageable. Learn the basics from a Kaiser Permanente physician in the field.
In observance of World Hepatitis Day on June 28, read about the hepatitis C virus (HCV) that affects the liver and its treatment that’s considered a medical breakthrough.
South Sacramento physicians use a telephone talk show to educate populations with unequal instances of disease.
Addiction medicine services throughout Kaiser Permanente Northern California provide members with the care they need to get and stay well.
Two recent studies in the American Journal of Medicine reinforce the effectiveness of Kaiser Permanente’s ongoing cardiovascular initiatives.
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.
Kaiser Permanente members are contributing to the future of research, medicine, and health through their participation in the Kaiser Permanente…