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If you’re feeling emotionally drained after quarantine or if the cold months make you feel fatigued and moody, the warm weather can help put a spring in your step.
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Dr. Asha Patton-Smith, a child psychiatrist at Kaiser Permanente Mid-Atlantic, shares signs to look out for in your children and ways to help them cope with yet another change.
Many arrhythmias are benign, but they may signal a serious or life-threatening condition. Here's what you should know about the risks and how to protect your heart.
Many women experience high blood pressure during pregnancy, leading to potential complications for mom and baby alike.
Heart failure is very common—and it just doesn't happen to older people. These are the stages of heart failure and what you should know about them.
The pandemic is hitting women harder than men in many ways. More are losing jobs, reporting feelings of depression and having increased caregiving duties.
Doctors learning about COVID-19’s effects on the body are seeing signs of lasting damage in the heart that does not appear to be impacting overall wellness.
Actor Chadwick Boseman’s death from colorectal cancer at 43 was a shock to many, but it’s indicative of a trend doctors haven’t been able to explain yet.
How can companies support the mental health of their employees?
When people are told to relax, they might be advised to practice mindfulness, which a Maryland therapist describes as a way to detoxify the brain.
In the midst of a global medical crisis, employees’ ability to make good use of their health plan is more critical than ever—to them, their family members, and their employers.
Americans are among the most stressed-out people in the world, with about 55 percent of American adults reported they had experienced stress during "a lot of the day."
High school students smoking less, vaping more.
Society gives short shrift to older age and special characteristics of people in their 60s, 70s, 80s and beyond are poorly understood.
Carmen Heredia Rodriguez of Kaiser Health News recently spoke with Maybank about her new role and how health inequities affect Americans.
When your employees are healthy, your business can thrive.
With our multidisciplinary medical expertise, we combine current technology, analysis of the latest cancer research, teamwork, and compassion — all to meet our high standards for our patients' care.
Neelesh Kantak, MD, a plastic surgeon with the Mid-Atlantic Permanente Medical Group, tells the story of helping a member remain self confident following breast cancer and reconstruction surgery.
Learn about our integrated care model and how it led Angela to say “Dr. Kantak is a wonderful doctor.”