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April is Testicular Cancer Awareness Month

April is Testicular Cancer Awareness Month, and the Testicular Cancer Foundation wants to raise awareness for the most commonly diagnosed cancer in males aged 15-34. They’re also looking to encourage men to be more on top of and open about their health.   When it comes…

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Proud to Host National Action Alliance for Suicide Prevention

For the third year in a row, Kaiser Permanente hosted the National Action Alliance for Suicide Prevention's Executive Committee. The Alliance is the public-private partnership advancing the National Strategy for Suicide Prevention of the office of the U.S. Surgeon General.…

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Real-world Challenge Helps High School Students Explore Health Care Pathways

Solving for X may be the goal for a math test, but not a necessarily the question we encounter in the health care arena. Kaiser Permanente makes financial and qualitative decisions every day that affect the lives of our 11.8 million…

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Shattering Myths about Drug and Alcohol Abuse with Facts

Teenagers and young adults often receive a great deal of misinformation about drug and alcohol misuse from popular culture, the Internet, TV, movies, contemporary music, and social media. Each year, on average, 4,358 young people under the age of 21…

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Staying on Track with New Year’s Resolutions

2018 is in full swing and that means we all are in the midst of keeping those resolutions for the new year. While maintaining resolutions, such as eating healthier and exercising more, can at times be a daunting task, especially…

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Telemedicine and a Vision for Health Care Without Walls

Consider these real-world vignettes: o A mother is in the midst of an emergency delivery of a baby at a small local hospital. But her baby is born safely because her doctor got real-time guidance by videoconference from an academic…

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Holiday Season Also Means It’s Flu Season

As the holidays are in full swing, the flu season, unfortunately, is also off to an early start. According to the Center for Disease Control and Prevention, influenza activity in the United States this year has been increasing since the…

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