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KQED: Therapists, Patients Criticize Kaiser Over Long Delays for Therapy

KQED has published the second of a two-part series on problems with Kaiser’s mental health services. The reporter, Jon Brooks, spoke to “some two dozen current and former Kaiser clinicians and mental health patients as well as outside therapists.” He found that the vast majority of the people he talked to complained that Kaiser overly relies on group therapy even when individual, one-on-one therapy would be more effective, and that patients continue to wait for weeks or sometimes months for therapy appointments. 132 more words

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iPads Linked To Nasty Nickel Allergy

DENVER (CBS) – Doctors across the country are starting to see more rashes related to iPads, and the problem may be nickel allergies.

Nickel is one of the most common causes of allergic contact dermatitis, according to the Mayo Clinic website. 190 more words


Riding Out the Storm

I’m honored that the Marin County newspaper the Pacific Sun published a cover story this week on my recovery from leukemia and my environmental and health career since the 90’s — improving walking and bicycling in Marin and nationwide. 2,764 more words

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CCST Report criticized by public health experts and scientists

Energy companies often cite the California Council on Science and Technology (CCST) report on Smart Meters as proof of Smart Meter safety.

What is the CCST Report? 1,099 more words

5 Tips for Healthy Eating as We Age

Posted by: Dennis “Unc D” Morgan

Good nutrition plays an important role in how well you age. Eating a healthful diet helps keep your body strong and can help reduce your risk for heart disease, diabetes, stroke and osteoporosis. 491 more words

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Santa Rosa Press Democrat Covers Problems with Kaiser's Mental Healthcare

The Press Democrat recently published a number of stories covering the problems with Kaiser’s mental health services. Martin Espinoza, in “Kaiser’s mental health care at heart of dispute,” published on June 14, 2014, tells Andy Weisskoff’s story. 237 more words

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