Are nootropics—the so-called smart drugs—really that smart?
UCSF Benioff Children’s Hospital expands gender center services to Oakland, spreading awareness for gender-expansive kids.
Smartphones, computers, and tablets are as essential as the stethoscope for physicians delivering everyday health care as the popularity of telemedicine increases.
A mother reflects on her daughter’s brush with lead poisoning and contemplates living with uncertainty.
As the popularity of Brazilian waxing and related grooming increases among women, doctors have become concerned.
An Oakland industrial 3D printing and design studio, FATHOM, and online community e-NABLE team up to get artificial limbs to children and people in need around the world.
Teams at Kaiser’s Garfield Innovation Center test-drive solutions with doctors, nurses, patients, and consultants whose ideas may lead to a new health-care delivery system.
Dr. Caroline Hastings digs deep for a solution to a rare pediatric disorder and forms long-lasting family relationships along the way.
In Marika Chop’s opinion, everyone deserves body, mind, and spiritual wellness. As the owner and director of the Alameda Wellness Center, Chop is doing her part to bring healing and wellness to her clients.
The HMO is gathering genetic material from 5,000 of its member families to further understanding of autism spectrum disorders.