CONTENT WARNING: This article references suicide. Please take caution when reading. If you need mental health support, please consult this page for resources.  By Jennifer Fernandez The struggle with mental health issues for North Carolina’s children worsened during the COVID-19 pandemic, according to a new report. And significant disparities exist […]

In this interview, we spoke to two researchers from the Karolinska Institutet about their latest work that investigated how PCOS can affect the health of future generations of men.  Please could you introduce yourself and tell us about your professional background? Elisabet Stener-Victorin: I am a Professor with a Ph.D. […]

May 18 This week’s KFF Health News Minute looks at the rising number of patients pushed to take out credit cards to pay off medical debt and the lack of schools specializing in behavioral needs.   May 11 On the KFF Health News Minute this week: Artificial intelligence is coming to […]

Many infants in the U.S. rely on infant formula for some or all of their nutrition. Ensuring that the youngest and most vulnerable individuals have access to safe and nutritionally adequate formula products is a top priority for the Food and Drug Administration (FDA). The agency oversees manufacturers of infant […]

The federal government has ended the COVID-19 public health emergency. This means certain policies established during the pandemic have changed. What won’t change is Kaiser Permanente’s dedication to providing high-quality care for COVID-19. Here’s what you should know about what’s changing. What’s changing, what’s not Care and coverage During the […]