Novel Coronavirus – what you need to know

February 03, 2020 / By Dr. Frances Gough, MD, Chief Medical Officer, Molina Healthcare of Washington

You probably have heard about Novel Coronavirus in the news recently.

  • As of February 3, U.S. health officials have reported 11 cases of coronavirus in...

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Measles outbreak in Washington—protect yourself and your family

February 13, 2019 / By Dr. Mary Engrav, Medical Director, Molina Healthcare of Washington

Measles is a serious disease that produces a rash and high fever, may cause diarrhea and lung infection, and can even affect the brain.

  • As of...

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Top 5 skin cancer prevention tips this summer

June 01, 2018 / By Dr. Sam Leilabadi, MD

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. 

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The best defenses against infant mortality

January 31, 2018 / Tamara Thompson, MD. FACPG

Recently, Ohio released the new state budget, which allocates nearly $140 million to reducing infant mortality, defined as the death of an infant before his or her...

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Give yourself the best treat: a healthier body

January 03, 2018 / Michael M. Siegel MD

It’s a familiar feeling: you want to be in better shape and have more energy. But depriving yourself of your favorite foods is no fun. And getting yourself to...

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