On Monday, January 15, nearly 200 Kaiser Permanente employees in the Mid-Atlantic region volunteered for “A...
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In addition to lung damage, many COVID-19 patients are also developing heart problems — and dying of cardiac arrest.
Multigenerational households face a unique set of challenges during the novel coronavirus pandemic because they can’t easily separate children from older family members in the home.
Kaiser Permanente is opening six drive-up/walk-up COVID-19 testing sites at its Maryland, Virginia, and D.C. locations.
At least nine states are offering their uninsured residents another opportunity to sign up for a health plan this year as they seek new ways to fight the novel coronavirus pandemic.
As the highly contagious coronavirus continues its spread through the U.S., the general public could learn a thing or two from the millions Americans with weakened immune systems.
Physicians now have unprecedented access to technology and research about the heart and procedures. This is spurring innovations that are changing how heart care is delivered.
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."
Heart disease is the number one cause of death in Americans. Fortunately, there are steps you can take to mitigate the risks.
A fever in your child can be worrisome, especially during cold and flu season. However, most fevers can be safely treated at home.