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We encourage other news organizations to publish our content free of charge.  We share all stories and photographs produced by Kaiser Health News staff under the Creative Commons license. Find more legal details here. All original stories are published to our site, our RSS feeds, the SmartNews app and other national news partners.

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Republishing Content:

Appropriate attribution requires:

  • A byline that includes the reporter’s name and Kaiser Health News.
  • All hyperlinks preserved.
  • This tagline at the bottom of the story: Kaiser Health News is a nonprofit news service covering health issues. It is an editorially independent program of the Kaiser Family Foundation that is not affiliated with Kaiser Permanente.

KHN often runs content jointly with our sister site, California Healthline. Those stories include the following tagline at the bottom of the story, which should be retained by our media partners: This story was produced by Kaiser Health News, which publishes California Healthline, an editorially independent service of the California Health Care Foundation.

You may also use our logo when posting our materials on your site. Download a high-resolution .png file here.

Stories reported in partnership with NPR can be republished. Please credit the partner station and NPR.

However, if a story is labeled “All Rights Reserved,” KHN cannot grant permission to republish that item.

Republishing Images:

KHN often licenses photos from Getty Images, but cannot grant republishing rights. If there is no caption accompanying a photo, we cannot grant republishing rights for that image.

All images shot by KHN staff photographer Heidi de Marco are free to publish. Photographs taken by KHN staff reporters are also free to publish. For a Dropbox link to high-resolution images and a list of captions, contact the web producers at

Appropriate attribution requires:

  • Correct captions.
  • The photographer and KHN credited in the caption. For example: (Heidi de Marco/KHN)

KHN often works with freelance photographers who usually, but not always, allow their work to be published by our media partners. For more details about specific images contact

We cannot grant permission for the reuse of cartoons.