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Live Well

Living well is being well. We think good health happens around the clock, not just in a doctor’s office. So do the 4.4 million of our members who used our online and mobile tools to manage their health anytime, anywhere.

Here are some tips and inspiration we’ve put together for you:

Featured Articles

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Interview

Are e-cigarettes a safe way to kick the habit?

Shocked to see everyone from celebrities to news show pundits lighting up on the air recently? Not too long ago, it seemed…Read Article >

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Nutrition

A closer look at celiac disease and gluten sensitivity

What you need to know about celiac disease and gluten sensitivity. If you and gluten just don’t “jive,” you can rRead Article >

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Education

Child safety: Preventing drowning

Did you know? An infant or child can drown in as little as one inch (2.5 cm) of water or another type…Read Article >

Latest Articles

  • Three women smile for a group selfie.
    NOV 07, 2017

    4 tips for healthier smartphone use in Colorado

    You may use your smartphone for work, to plan an evening out, or to keep up with friends and family. While they’ve become a major part of daily life, becoming too dependent on them can affect your mental and physical health. ... Learn more >

    TOPICSColoradoKP mobile appmobile devicesmartphone

  • A person slices an orange in half.
    NOV 07, 2017

    Fuel up with healthy snacks during holiday road trips in Georgia

    During the holidays, enjoying seasonal cookies, hors d’oeuvres, and large, hearty meals is all part of the fun. If these indulgences leave you feeling sluggish or unwell, it helps to take the opportunity to eat clean when you can. Road trips, whether they’re short or long, give you the perfect chance to do just that. ... Learn more >

  • In a yoga class, a woman does a seated twist.
    NOV 07, 2017

    Get the facts on seasonal depression in the Mid-Atlantic States

    Between the cold, dry air, dangerous storms, and shorter days, winter can be hard on your health. And it’s even harder if you struggle with seasonal affective disorder (SAD). ... Learn more >

    TOPICSMid-Atlantic StatesSADseasonal affective disorderseasonal depression

  • Three young women sit and talk.
    NOV 07, 2017

    Kaiser Permanente teams up with StoryCorps

    Telling stories has helped humans make sense of our lives since our ancestors first sat around a fire. Through sharing and listening, we grasp the meaning of events, come to understand our feelings, and realize what we have in common with others. The more we find points of connection, the more we know we’re not alone. ... Learn more >

    TOPICSMental Health and WellnessStoryCorps

  • A rendering shows a colorful parade float.
    NOV 07, 2017

    Watch for our float in the Rose Parade

    It’s the holiday season again, when Kaiser Permanente gears up for the annual Tournament of Roses Parade. Now in its 129th year, the celebration takes place before the Rose Bowl football game on New Year’s Day in Pasadena, California. ... Learn more >

    TOPICSHealthy CommunitiesKaiser PermanenteRose Paradevolunteer