April 15, 2021 / By Mario San Bartolome, MD, Addiction Medicine Specialist
Category: Addiction / Nutrition / Safety
Wherever in the world humans live, we consume alcohol. People drink for many reasons, from socializing to celebrating to relaxing. But no matter the occasion, it’s important to be safe. Excessive drinking causes predictably harmful results—in fact, one in 20 deaths on earth is related to alcohol...
April 15, 2021 / Molina Healthcare
As a result of being poisoned, over 300 American children are treated in the ER each day — and two of them don’t make it. Thankfully, you can make your home almost completely poison proof and we’re sharing the steps below to help you keep your family safe.
January 29, 2021 / By Molina Healthcare
Category: Immunizations / Safety
A safe, effective vaccine has been developed to help prevent the spread of COVID-19 and thousands of Americans are being vaccinated across the country. Now you might be wondering about the vaccine and how it’s rolling out, which is why we put together answers to the most common questions. For details, please read on.
June 11, 2020 / Molina Healthcare
Category: Children / Doctor's Visits / Immunizations / Safety
By Dr. Helen Chea, MD, Medical Director, Pediatric Healthcare Services, Molina Healthcare of Washington
Since the start of the COVID-19 pandemic, we have...
April 21, 2020 / Molina Healthcare
Category: Doctor's Visits / Health Insurance / Physical Health / Safety
From all of us at Molina Healthcare to the entire community working together to keep us all safe: we say thank you. Even in a crisis that drives us further apart, we...
February 03, 2020 / By Dr. Frances Gough, MD, Chief Medical Officer, Molina Healthcare of Washington
Category: Children / Safety / Seniors
You probably have heard about Novel Coronavirus in the news recently.
February 13, 2019 / By Dr. Mary Engrav, Medical Director, Molina Healthcare of Washington
Category: Children / Immunizations / Safety
Measles is a serious disease that produces a rash and high fever, may cause diarrhea and lung infection, and can even affect the brain.
June 01, 2018 / By Dr. Sam Leilabadi, MD
Category: Doctor's Visits / Physical Health / Safety
As many people are spending more time outside to enjoy the warm weather, it’s important to be mindful of harmful radiation that can cause skin cancer.