Staying On Track: Childhood Immunizations

April 30, 2021 / By Molina Healthcare

As in-person learning and socializing resumes, immunizing children two and under is more important than ever. Remember, you’ll protect them from 14 serious diseases: Chickenpox, Diphtheria, Flu, Hepatitis A, Hepatitis B, Hib, HPV, Measles, Meningococcal, Mumps, Polio, Pneumococcal, Rotavirus, Rubella, Tetanus and Whooping Cough.

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5 Habits for a Healthier Earth

April 22, 2021 / By Molina Healthcare

Positive or negative, the things we do, eat and buy each day have an impact on the environment. So why not start habits that make the planet healthier? 

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Alcohol and Safety

April 15, 2021 / By Mario San Bartolome, MD, Addiction Medicine Specialist

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...

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Poisoning is often preventable. Protect your family.

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.

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Elevating Mental Health and Wellness

April 10, 2021 / Dr. Sasha Waring, Senior Behavioral Health Medical Director, Molina Healthcare of Washington

Good mental health empowers people to manage everyday pressures and contribute productively to their families and communities. If you’re not mentally healthy, these tasks become challenging. 

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World Health Day 2021: COVID-19 Vaccine Confidence is High

April 07, 2021 / Molina Healthcare

Hope for humanity is on the horizon with millions of Americans being effectively vaccinated daily. One year into the pandemic, Americans are feeling more optimistic than ever as COVID-19 cases and hospitalizations plunge.

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