Back pain affects nearly everyone at some point—causing pain, anxiety, and disruption of your daily activities. Fortunately, research shows that low back pain is rarely caused by serious underlying disease, and there are things you can do to ease your pain.
Dr. Mike Jackson has long studied the spread of flu and effectiveness of vaccination at Kaiser Permanente Washington. And now… of COVID-19 too.
Katie Coleman describes how the COVID-19 pandemic ushered in a new normal at Kaiser Permanente Washington and how research is vital to making it thrive.
Yoga classes were linked to better back-related function and less chronic low back pain in a large study published by the Archives of Internal Medicine.
Older people must guard against social isolation, as well as COVID-19, to stay well and thrive, writes Dr. Eric B. Larson.
A new open-access peer-reviewed site will explore how best to bring innovations into practice in treating mental illness, substance use, and addictions.
Dr. Gregory Simon describes how telehealth, prompted by the COVID-19 crisis, enables a fundamental shift from passive response to active outreach.