A year after her breast cancer diagnosis, Jillian Anaya credits her Kaiser Permanente care team with saving her life.
Tagged: Women’s health
Eating and getting moving sooner after a cesarean section can improve recovery for new moms.
Group prenatal appointments at Kaiser Permanente provide expectant families with both comradery and a holistic approach to prenatal care.
In observance of National Breastfeeding Awareness Month, pediatrician Kate Land, MD, shares tips for how to get through the first few days of nursing a newborn.
In observance of Group B Strep Month, read about the bacteria that can cause complications during pregnancy and serious illness in newborns.
This Mother’s Day read about some ways busy moms can take the time for some much-needed self-care.
Endometriosis is a gynecologic condition that occurs in an estimated 1 in 10 women of reproductive age. Symptoms may include pelvic pain, fatigue, and even infertility. Treatment includes medication or surgery.
In our ‘Where Are They Now?’ series, we check back with the 5 breast cancer survivors — 4 of whom are cared for by the same oncologist at Kaiser Permanente Antioch. The group is behind the hot pink license plates now showing up on California roads. The California Department of Motor Vehicles projects the specialty plate will be the most successful ever produced.
It’s no secret that sex is an important part of life. For some women, thinking about sex starts early, even before puberty, and lasts well into their later years. Learn about the best ways for women to maximize their sexual health across their lifetime.
About 1 in 8 women in the United States will develop invasive breast cancer over the course of her lifetime — but eating the right foods is one way to help prevent it.
Having a fibroid is common — about 70 percent of women develop one in their lifetime. But what are they — and what do you do if you have one?
In recognition of American Heart month, Kaiser Permanente cardiologist Peter Miles, MD, lays out the facts about women and heart disease and how both sexes can keep their hearts healthy.