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Kaiser Permanente’s mid-Atlantic region is providing $895,000 in grants to community organizations and non-profits throughout the mid-Atlantic region in support of community health initiatives.
If a relaxing vacation is something that helps you rejuvenate, there are still some things you can do during the COVID-19 pandemic to avoid burnout.
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.
As gyms reopen across the country, here are some things to consider before heading for your workout.
For many, coronavirus-related quarantine has resulted in lower activity levels and higher food consumption, but a Maryland doctor says making even little changes can help improve your health.
The process is part of a government-sponsored program to decontaminate and reuse what is normally single-use personal protective equipment during the novel coronavirus crisis.
Whether intentionally or implicitly, racial bias and systemic racism in our society have created a public health crisis that commands our attention – and our immediate action.
COVID-19 concerns have some people avoiding hospitals and doctors who now urge people to reschedule appointments they might have missed.
At Kaiser Permanente Mid-Atlantic States, the 8,000-plus employees are trained and urged not only to take good care of others but to care for themselves as well.
In March, the Virtual Home Care Program was expanded to include all members who had been exposed to, suspected of having or had been diagnosed with COVID-19.
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.
In a difficult economic environment, the challenge of managing health plan costs becomes an even more urgent priority than during ordinary times.
During the coronavirus pandemic, those who lose loved ones often find themselves unable to say goodbye in person as hospital visitors are limited.
Amid the coronavirus pandemic, some wonder whether their coughs and shortness of breath are from allergies or COVID-19.
Gracelyn McDermott describes how the health care industry is adapting to COVID-19 and offers advice for small business owners navigating health care compliance.
While our ability to fight the COVID-19 virus is currently limited by the absence of a vaccine or effective antiviral medication, it is a good time to remember the power of food as medicine.
Here’s some guidance on when to bring your child in for an appointment and when a telehealth visit would probably do the trick.
Steps you can take to promote harmony at home – in this bubble many of us are now in 24 hours a day, seven days a week.
Zoom online learning. FaceTime with grandparents. Video games, TV, social media, texts. Are our children on screen time overload?
Those working from home may find themselves hunched over the kitchen table, using a small laptop keyboard and straining to see tiny computer screens. Here are ways to make your workspace work for you.