More than 85% of Kaiser Permanente mastectomy patients now recover safely in the comfort of their own homes.
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Asthma is common but manageable. Learn the basics from a Kaiser Permanente physician in the field.
Your thyroid may not be something you typically think about it, but its function is sure to catch your attention if it’s not working the way it should.
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.
Emotional eating can affect one’s mental and physical health. Learn what’s needed to put food back in its proper place, including recognizing triggers for overeating, “breaking up” with bad foods, and making new friendships that encourage healthier living.
In honor of Lab Week, meet some of Kaiser Permanente Northern California’s lab professionals who work behind the scenes to help clinicians diagnose, treat, and manage disease.
Early detection and swift, coordinated care from a Kaiser Permanente team of skilled specialists helped Trish Magruder overcome an aggressive form of breast cancer.
2016 Kaiser Permanente Extraordinary Nurse Award winner Milanelle Guiao-Tranchina, RN, BSN, CMSRN, has a nursing practice equally informed by competence and compassion.
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.
Hear from an expert about school stressors for kids — and how to ease the transition from summertime to class…
Kaiser Permanente South Sacramento’s Dina Lewis used her advanced life support training and an AED to save a man’s life…
Rena Perez, RN, is honored for her leadership and patient advocacy during the Ebola crisis. Rena Perez is a patient…