For 50 years, the California Newborn Screening Program has been Kaiser Permanente’s early warning system that helps protect its youngest patients from treatable genetic diseases.
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.
Nearly 300,000 U.S. children suffer from juvenile arthritis. Mia Brees is one, a teen undergoing treatment at Kaiser Permanente Northern California. With a dedicated pediatric rheumatologist and an improved medication plan, Mia is living life to the fullest and making plans for her future.
A new mobile dental clinic provides up to 8,000 children a year with free dental treatments.
Medical school student Cynthia Davila was inspired and mentored by her Kaiser Permanente pediatrician, Dr. Nora Garcia-Zepeda.
Kate Land, MD, started the Thriving Families Blog to help families answer their most pressing and commonly asked questions.
Kaiser Permanente Northern California’s Child Abuse Services and Prevention program empowers clinicians to provide high-quality care for children and advocate for their safety and total well-being.
A 9-year-old girl found a unique and beautiful way to say thank you to her Kaiser Permanente caregivers.
Obsessive-compulsive disorder (OCD) has entered the everyday vernacular. But what is OCD — and how does it affect young people? Learn more about the condition.
Christopher Formaker is back to playing basketball after a rare and complex surgical procedure to rid his body of cancer.
Kaiser Permanente Northern California’s screening program catches a high percentage of pediatric heart conditions — in utero. Pictured: Gladys Viray,…
As Megan Pato exits her teen years and looks forward to a career in real estate, she’ll be leaving leukemia…